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What Would a Trouba to Arizona Trade Look Like?

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What Would a Trouba to Arizona Trade Look Like?

By Chris Thomas (@CorsiGuy) It’s well known by now that Winnipeg Jets defender Jacob Trouba has requested a trade out of the Manitoba hockey team. Reports indicate that Trouba, currently an RFA, and his party were not even open to negotiations this summer unless the Jets traded one of their right side defensemen (Dustin Byfuglien […]

Jacob Trouba Will Not Attend Jets’ Training Camp; Requests Trade From Winnipeg

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Jacob Trouba Will Not Attend Jets’ Training Camp; Requests Trade From Winnipeg

By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz) Jacob Trouba no longer wishes to play for the Winnipeg Jets. Earlier tonight, it became public that Jacob Trouba and his agent have formally requested a trade to a different organization, and will not be attending the team’s training camp. Saturday night, Kurt Overhardt, Trouba’s agent, released a statement to the […]

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2016 World Cup of Hockey: Russia vs Team North America Live Blog

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther)  Live blog: Team North America vs Russia Final score: Russia 4 – Team North America 3 This was, without question, the most exciting of the six games played so far. Each team was able to generate dozens of quality scoring chances, and neither looked out of it at any point. Credit […]

List: 2014 Rookies Flying Under the Radar

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List: 2014 Rookies Flying Under the Radar

By Pat White (@patwhite9126) The 2014 NHL Draft is regarded as the deepest draft since 2003. Some players are already becoming household names like Nathan MacKinnon and Valeri Nichushkin, while others like Jonathan Drouin are waiting in the wings of junior hockey or playing overseas. I highlighted some rookies making big impacts for their respective teams. After […]

The Next Wave: Breaking Down American Defensemen

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The Next Wave: Breaking Down American Defensemen

By Andrew Weiss (@WeissFC) After an eighth place finish at the 1994 Winter Olympics, many USA Hockey fans would consider the year a forgettable one. Down the road, 1994 could be viewed as one of the most important years for USA Hockey. With the likes of Alex Galchenyuk and Seth Jones headlining the 1994-birth-years, many […]

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Weiss: USA World Junior Championship Outlook

By Andrew Weiss (@WeissFC) The Summer Evaluation Camp has nearly long been forgotten, two camps on two different continents have been completed, and initial cuts have been made by USA’s general manager Jim Johannson and head coach Phil Housley. Despite one cut still remaining, we finally have a good picture as to what type of […]

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Weiss: Final USA Hockey Preliminary Roster Prediction

For 27 players the next step in the journey to represent the United States at the 2013 World Junior Championship will come in making USA Hockey’s preliminary roster. That roster, which has been debated for months, will be announced via teleconference tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. ET. This year is different from past preliminary roster […]

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College Hockey Recap: Week 1

By Andrew Weiss (@WeissFC) From a last month that included player ineligibility and suspensions, college hockey followers collectively were excited to officially kick off the 2012-13 hockey season this weekend. While the weekend lacked big games on paper, some turned out a lot different than teams had hoped when scheduling their opening weekend. Despite this […]