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Rapid Remarks: Blackhawks vs. Devils

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Rapid Remarks: Blackhawks vs. Devils

After a slow start in last night’s contest against the New Jersey Devils, the Chicago Blackhawks wound up eventually pulling it all together and winning 4-3 in overtime. Chicago now leads the entire NHL with 35 points in 25 games. The Blackhawks have now extended their point streak at home to 12 games. Coming into […]

OHL To Say Farewell To Joe Louis Arena Sunday December 4th

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OHL To Say Farewell To Joe Louis Arena Sunday December 4th

  The Ontario Hockey League will join the NHL and college hockey in saying goodbye to Joe Louis Arena when the Saginaw Spirit play host to the Windsor Spitfires on Sunday December 4th. While “the Joe” has not been home to an OHL team since 1995, the rink does hold some junior hockey memories as […]

BLOOD IN THE WATER

BLOOD IN THE WATER

The 2016-17 season certainly could have gotten off to a better start for the Los Angeles Kings as well as Wednesday Night’s game against the visiting San Jose Sharks. After losing Marian Gaborik during the World Cup of Hockey, all-world goaltender Jonathan Quick leaves after just 1 period in the season opening contest in San […]

Dougie Hamilton and the Maple Leafs

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Dougie Hamilton and the Maple Leafs

By Joe Golding (@joegolding94)   Reports from the mainstream media have talked about the Calgary Flames taking calls on defenseman Dougie Hamilton. The 9th overall pick of the 2011 NHL Draft has called Alberta his home since he was traded from the Boston Bruins at the 2015 NHL Draft to the Flames for picks. The […]

Jack Eichel: The Forgotten Young Star

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Jack Eichel: The Forgotten Young Star

While all the talk about young players before this season had been focused on the Toronto Maple Leaf’s first overall pick Auston Matthews and Oilers 2nd year forward Connor McDavid, other young players have burst onto the scene. Notably, Winnipeg Jets rookie Patrick Laine and former London Knights and current budding Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner […]

WATCH: Taylor Hall Returns to Practice

WATCH: Taylor Hall Returns to Practice

By: Teddy Accardi (@teddy_cards) Devils fans can begin to exhale a bit as the recently struggling New Jersey Devils may be close to getting their star LW Taylor Hall back from meniscus surgery. Hall returned to practice Monday just 12 days after surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee. The initial recovery […]

Mike Smith gets redemption in back-to-back wins over Edmonton

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Mike Smith gets redemption in back-to-back wins over Edmonton

By Jesse Bonello (@jessebonello) Arizona’s Nov. 23 game against the Vancouver Canucks saw goaltender Mike Smith get pulled after allowing four goals on just 17 shots. Fast forward five days and Smith is this weekends’ MVP for Arizona. The Coyotes won back-to-back close games against the Oilers, and Smith stopped 73 of Edmontons’ 76 shots. […]

Flyers Plus/Minus: Stolie the Goalie Debuts with a Win

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Flyers Plus/Minus: Stolie the Goalie Debuts with a Win

By, Anthony Maiorana(@Philly_Sauce) The Flyers had a rough holiday weekend. At their lowest point, Dave Hakstol was sitting Michael Del Zotto in favor of Andrew MacDonald. It was nothing to be thankful for. After a two-game holiday losing streak, the Flyers made a few changes, in net and through the lineup, which really isn’t too new. […]

Minnesota Teams: Take Notes

Minnesota Teams: Take Notes

Wake up Vikings, Timberwolves and Twins. School is in session.  By: Piper CJ (@PiedPiperCJ) In a shocking and unsettling twist of events, Minnesota Wild fans find themselves… hopeful? The Wild are resting comfortably at fourth in the Eastern Conference, with 5-3-2 in the last ten games. Allow me to remind you not only have the Wild never […]

Arizona Coyotes have a busy schedule ahead of them

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Arizona Coyotes have a busy schedule ahead of them

By Jesse Bonello The Arizona Coyotes are staring down a busy schedule over the next four weeks. Arizona will be playing at least every other day until Christmas. Including tonight, the Coyotes will play 16 games in the next 28 days. The good news, for tonight, is that the Coyotes haven’t lost in regulation against […]