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Looking Forward to the Flyers Season

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Looking Forward to the Flyers Season

Hockey Season is the best time of the year, and for Flyers fans, there are a lot of positives to look forward to. Besides the emergence of two 19-year-old-rookies Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny, the Flyers should be a much more exciting team to watch this season. Here are a few reasons why. 1. Voracek’s […]

NHL Future Power Rankings

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NHL Future Power Rankings

First things first, huge stick tap to generalfanager.com, eliteprospects.com, and hockey-reference.com. Without those sites, I wouldn’t have been able write this. Before I start, I just want to state that this is NOT a regular power ranking for this season. This is a future ranking, as in ranking each team in how successful they’re built […]

Canucks/Oilers finalize 23 man rosters

Canucks/Oilers finalize 23 man rosters

It was a whirlind day around the National Hockey league as teams scrambled to finalize their opening night rosters by 5pm EST. Two of the teams that had big decisions to make on this day were the Vancouver Canucks and the Edmonton Oilers. Ironically, both teams passed on the plethora of players available on the […]

We’re Hiring! Writers Wanted at The Hockey Guys

We’re Hiring! Writers Wanted at The Hockey Guys

With the new season just about underway, The Hockey Guys is looking for talented hockey fans to join our writing team. What does this mean? Well, it means we want you to apply to write for us. What sort of content are we looking for? Well I’m glad you asked, friend. We’re open to all sorts […]

Breaking:Oilers trade Yakupov to Blues

There have been several rumours throughout the summer, but today it finally happened. The Edmonton Oilers have traded former 1st overall pick Nail Yakupov. Yakupov goes to Western Conference rivals the St.Louis Blues in exchange for minor league forward Zach Pochiro and a conditional 3rd round pick in 2017. The Pick is upgraded to a […]

Flyers Lose Another Defenseman

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Flyers Lose Another Defenseman

By Anthony Maiorana (@Philly_Sauce) Injuries are piling up in Philadelphia, and they’re making Ron Hextall’s job a bit more difficult. After the injuries to Scott Laughton and Brandon Manning earlier this week, the Flyers were put in a bit of a tough cap situation, needing to clear about $1.65 million in order to be cap compliant. […]

Canuck’s Blueline Dilemma

It would appear that for the second consecutive season the Vancouver Canucks will have an unexpected player patrolling the blueline. Last season it was Ben Hutton who took everyone by surprise with his head turning training camp, this season it is Troy Stecher who has gone above and beyond and, at least initially, appears to […]

Injuries Impact the Flyers Roster

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Injuries Impact the Flyers Roster

As the pre-season has progressed, the biggest story on the Flyers roster is the possibility that both Travis Konecny and Ivan Provorov could stick with the team. Yesterday, the prospects survived another round of cuts when Sam Morin, Taylor Leier, and Collin McDonald were reassigned to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. That left 26 players competing for […]

Dropping like flies

Dropping like flies

  The Los Angeles Kings are already without winger Marian Gaborik due to an injury sustained while representing Team Europe at the World Cup of Hockey. Darryl said Gaborik will be reevaluated at the three week mark of the injury and that he's still in a boot/crutches. Can't work out yet. — Jon Rosen (@lakingsinsider) […]

2016 World Cup of Hockey Final: Team Europe vs Team Canada Game 2 Live Blog

2016 World Cup of Hockey Final: Team Europe vs Team Canada Game 2 Live Blog

By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz) Tonight could be for all the figurative marbles. Game two of the 2016 World Cup of Hockey Final has come, and Canada holds a 1-0 series lead over Europe in the best of three series despite playing their worst game of the tournament. Europe will need an exceedingly good performance out […]