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Blackhawks Looking Good, Bye and Bye

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Blackhawks Looking Good, Bye and Bye

By Randy Holndoner (@bhawkschatter)   Before their bye week in mid-February, the Chicago Blackhawks had a 6-game road trip to finish first.  Entering the trip, the Blackhawks decided to go gangbusters and play that set of games as if they were the last of the playoffs.   They won five of those six games.  Three […]

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 […]

Hartman’s Natural Hat Trick Propels Blackhawks Past Predators, 5-2

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Hartman’s Natural Hat Trick Propels Blackhawks Past Predators, 5-2

Ryan Hartman recorded his first career hat trick, and Patrick Kane recorded three assists as the Chicago Blackhawks won their third game in a row, 5-2 over the Nashville Predators.  This was the third game of a four game home stand for the Hawks.  It proved to be what the doctor ordered after losing five […]

P.K. Subban for Shea Weber; Taylor Hall for Adam Larsson; Steven Stamkos stays: Breaking down “the craziest hour in hockey” we’ve ever seen

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P.K. Subban for Shea Weber; Taylor Hall for Adam Larsson; Steven Stamkos stays: Breaking down “the craziest hour in hockey” we’ve ever seen

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) @TSNBobMcKenzie “That was the craziest hour in hockey I’ve seen.” — The Hockey Guys (@TheHockeyGuys) June 29, 2016 Wednesday, June 29, 2016 will forever be known as the day the National Hockey League landscape changed in less than an hour. Four franchise players were dealt in two of the most complex, yet […]

How the Ducks can turn it around

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How the Ducks can turn it around

The Ducks find themselves in an 0-2 hole in their first round series against the Nashville Predators, but all is not lost. The Ducks can turn things around. The Ducks have never rebounded to win a series after losing the first two games, but two years ago they fell behind 0-2 to Los Angeles and […]

Ducks-Predators: Series preview

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Ducks-Predators: Series preview

Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports On Friday night, the Ducks and Predators will start the final first round series of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This will be the second meeting in the postseason between the two teams, as Nashville won its first ever playoff series back in 2011 in six games over the Ducks. In the […]

Nashville Predators Quietly Having an Encouraging Offseason

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Nashville Predators Quietly Having an Encouraging Offseason

  By: Ryan Kiray (@RyanK_THG)   David Poile and the Nashville Predators are quietly having a pretty good offseason. Most people were very aware of the blockbuster acquisition of James Neal from Pittsburgh, but the signings of veterans like Derek Roy went largely unnoticed. The Predators have managed to inject some offense on the cheap […]

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Seth Jones, Elias Lindholm, Sean Monahan Interview Transcripts

Seth Jones in action with the Portland Winterhawks. (Via Getty Images). Q.  For most of the year you were No. 1.  For most of the week you were No. 2.  Today you slide to No. 4.  Is there any disappointment in that for you?         SETH JONES:  Not really.  I’d be lying […]

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Boston Bruins Prospect Report: Matt Grzelcyk

By Benjamin Woodward (@_BWoodward) Player: Matthew Grzelcyk Position: Defense 2011-’12 Team: United States National Development Program Drafted: Third Round (85th Overall), 2012 Vitals: 5’9”, 171 lbs., Age 18 Hometown: Charlestown, Massachusetts Camp Observations:  By now, most everyone who keeps close tabs on the Boston Bruins is probably completely aware of the Matt Grzelcyk story. Growing […]

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Weber, Predators In Stalemate: What Does This Mean for The Flyers?

  By: Tyler J. Altemose (@TJamesAltemose) Earlier this week, in a twist of Chris Nolan-like proportions, it was discovered that Shea Weber and the Nashville Predators have yet to formalize their agreement in a contract (SPC). The Predators had previously matched the Flyers offer sheet of 14 years, $110 million on July 24. Over at Predators […]

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