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Quack Attack is Back: Recapping Anaheim’s 11 game winning streak

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Quack Attack is Back: Recapping Anaheim’s 11 game winning streak

By Thomas Eli (@ThomasEli) On Monday night, Anaheim’s franchise record 11 game winning streak came to an end at the hands of the Washington Capitals. Given where this franchise was through the first couple of months this season, Anaheim’s turnaround has been nothing short of dramatic. The Ducks have now gotten points in 14 straight […]

The Hockey Guys Podcast: March 4, 2016 — Canadiens struggles, Doughty vs Karlsson, Leaf rebuild, Trump

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: March 4, 2016 — Canadiens struggles, Doughty vs Karlsson, Leaf rebuild, Trump

  By The Hockey Guys Editorial Staff (@TheHockeyGuys) The website has been going through a face-lift in recent months, and life outside the hockey blogosphere has taken away from Chris and Hunter doing the podcast. Thankfully, they got together Tuesday to get re-acquainted with the show and talking puck. We’re hoping to post episodes more […]

Deadline dud: Blue Jackets

Deadline dud: Blue Jackets

By Todd Witt (@ToddWitt15) What was suppose to be an exciting day of trades, shedding of salary, acquiring picks and adding prospects the day actually turned out to be a dud. As Blue Jacket fans were checking out this site and refreshing twitter on Monday waiting to hear news about a trade to improve the […]

Ducks at the World Cup

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Ducks at the World Cup

Preliminary 16 man rosters were named today for the upcoming World Cup of Hockey, set to take place in about 200 days. The Ducks had five players named, and none of them were huge surprises. The bigger story for Anaheim could be the players who were left off the rosters and still have a chance […]

Orange & Black Thoughts: Why the Flyers were quiet at the deadline, and would a playoff run be so bad?

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Orange & Black Thoughts: Why the Flyers were quiet at the deadline, and would a playoff run be so bad?

By Mike Santa Barbara (@Mike__SB)   Welcome back for another edition of “Orange and Black Thoughts” (Hey, we made it two weeks in a row!), a weekly column where I ramble on about the Philadelphia Flyers. This week is an answers edition where we’ll delve into the reasons behind a quiet Trade Deadline for the […]

Ducks make several moves at the deadline

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Ducks make several moves at the deadline

A slow trade deadline day saw the Ducks make several moves as Anaheim attempted to gear up for the playoffs, clear a bit of cap room for this summer, and improve San Diego’s roster. Unsurprisingly, the Ducks upgraded their forward group and left their defense intact. First, they traded a 2016 sixth round draft pick […]

Kings’ ransom: Los Angeles acquires Kris Versteeg from Hurricanes

Kings’ ransom: Los Angeles acquires Kris Versteeg from Hurricanes

  The Los Angeles Kings acquired right winger Kris Versteeg from the Carolina Hurricanes for prospect Valentin Zykov and a conditional 5th round pick. A veteran of 536 career regular season games, Versteeg has 11 goals and 22 assists in 63 games so far this season. He also has 42 points in 84 playoff games. […]

NHL Trade Deadline 2016: Fare Thee Well, James Reimer

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NHL Trade Deadline 2016: Fare Thee Well, James Reimer

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) Leafs Nation said goodbye to a fan favourite Saturday afternoon. The Toronto Maple Leafs traded goaltender James Reimer, along with forward Jeremy Morin to the San Jose Sharks in exchange for forward Ben Smith, goaltender Alex Stalock and a 2018 conditional fourth-round pick. Reimer was 11-12-3 with a .918 save percentage and […]

Familiar face returns for another cup run

Less than 72 hours remaining until the trade deadline, The Los Angeles Kings swap veteran defensemen with the defending Stanley Cup Champions and playoff rival Chicago Blackhawks. The Kings sent Christian Ehrhoff, who earlier this season was waived and send down to Ontario of the American Hockey League, to Chicago for former Rob Scuderi.  A […]

Flyers likely to be quiet at deadline, but who could be dealt?

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Flyers likely to be quiet at deadline, but who could be dealt?

The NHL trade Deadline is just days away, and Chicago already opened the trading frenzy, acquiring former Blackhawk Andrew Ladd on Thursday night. Though, while other teams wheel-and-deal over the next few days, the Philadelphia Flyers aren’t likely to make a splash before the deadline at 3 p.m. on Monday. While GM Ron Hextall has […]