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How Does Central Division Look After Trade Deadline?

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How Does Central Division Look After Trade Deadline?

By Randy Holndoner (@bhawkschatter) The NHL trade deadline came and went today at 3PM ET. and there were some big moves made by almost every team in the Central Division. Not surprisingly, the Minnesota Wild and the Chicago Blackhawks enhanced their teams the most with key trades at the deadline compared to the rest of […]

Blackhawks In The Thick Of Trade Rumors

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Blackhawks In The Thick Of Trade Rumors

By Randy Holndoner (@bhawkschatter) For the last 10 years, the Chicago Blackhawks were among the talk come free agency in capturing the big names of the time; Brian Campbell (2008, 2016), and Marian Hossa (2010).  There were also the semi-big names; Ray Emery (2011), Michal Handzus (2012), and Brad Richards (2015). The trade deadline and […]

What Changes for the Avalanche with Jared Bednar?

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What Changes for the Avalanche with Jared Bednar?

The Colorado Avalanche began searching for a coach a little more than two weeks ago, when Patrick Roy surprisingly left the team and vacating his positions. Joe Sakic did his due diligence and found a young, seemingly good fit for a coach and hired Jared Bednar two days ago. Jared Bednar may not be a […]

What Do the Avalanche Need to do Next?

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What Do the Avalanche Need to do Next?

As were nearing the true dog days of summer for the NHL, there is always the question for every fan and every front office of “Can we get better today?”. So, for the Colorado Avalanche, they have to take care of their own business. Sign, trade or whatever they are going to do with Tyson […]

Bruins Trade Johnny Boychuk

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Bruins Trade Johnny Boychuk

By: Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz) Well, the inevitable happened, and the Bruins dealt with their defensive logjam. However, the victim of the logjam was not who anyone expected it to be. The Bruins decided to trade Johnny Boychuk to the New York Islanders in exchange for two second round draft picks and a conditional third round […]

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Jarome Iginla: The End Of An Era In Calgary

By Ryan Holmer (@ProspectReport) Talk about a confusing night. I shut off my computer, and phone at 1:00 am on Wednesday, March 27th with the thought that Iginla to the Bruins was essentially completed. Conflicting reports had been surfacing all night on the Twitter-verse, but general consensus was that Iginla was indeed going to Boston. […]

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Calgary Flames Season Opener Preview

By Ryan Holmer (@RyanHolmerNHL) The Calgary Flame’s officially begin their season tonight, as they take on the San Jose Sharks at the Scotiabank Saddledome.  This past off-season brought upon a few changes to Calgary’s roster, to attempt to increase scoring and depth. Additions: Roman Cervenka, Dennis Wideman, Jiri Hudler, Steve Begin (signed via PTO this week), […]

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Calgary Flames Season Preview

By Ryan Holmer (@RyanHolmerNHL) With the players having ratified the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, and the memorandum of understanding being close to signed, it is time to turn our attention to more pressing matters –  the upcoming NHL season. The Calgary Flames are coming into this season with a slightly different look. New head coach […]

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Flames Make a Splash: Acquire Cammalleri for Bourque

By Ryan Holmer (@RyanHB)   It’s amazing how quickly things can change. During the first period of the Flames – Ducks game, I heard news that Mike Cammalleri had been pulled from Montreal’s game against Boston. Immediately I knew he was traded; the question was where? Numerous sources stated Florida, Pittsburgh or Colombus as possible destinations, […]