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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 […]

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 […]

Who Do The Avs Need To Step Up?

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Who Do The Avs Need To Step Up?

This upcoming season for the Colorado Avalanche has more meaning than the usual, for a variance of reasons. 2016-2017 will be the fourth season in the Patrick Roy/Joe Sakic era and likely the one that’ll decide the future of the team and core. The Avalanche have had the same strong core throughout the whole Sakic/Roy […]

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 […]

The Status Crow: Morgan Rielly, young guns stand out in Maple Leafs’ final stretch

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The Status Crow: Morgan Rielly, young guns stand out in Maple Leafs’ final stretch

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) It’s been a season of healthy optimism for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who now have seven games to go before another busy offseason. After last night’s 3-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning, five of the blue and white’s final seven games are against playoff contenders: Tonight at Florida Thursday at Buffalo Saturday […]

What to do in the 614?

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What to do in the 614?

By: Todd Witt (@ToddWitt15) What was expected to be a breakout year, a push to the playoffs has fans now in Central Ohio and surrounding areas looking at mock drafts again. The 0-8 start and the firing of Todd Richards had the Columbus Blue Jackets reeling from the beginning of the season and simply have […]

The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 48 — Blackhawks and Lightning advance to the Stanley Cup Finals

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 48 — Blackhawks and Lightning advance to the Stanley Cup Finals

Hunter and Chris are back after a two week break, and recap the conference finals between the Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks, as well as the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers. The pair discuss the rapid growth of hockey in California and Florida. Hunter and Chris give their thoughts on the coaching carousel […]

Minus Timonen, Streit welcomes increased role

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Minus Timonen, Streit welcomes increased role

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) One of the annual first orders of business each September in Philadelphia is generally for all of the new Flyers players to gather together and familiarize themselves with one another, as the usual free agent spending frenzy traditionally includes some of the biggest names making their way to the City of […]

Flyers to appear 16 times on NBC national broadcasts in new season

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Flyers to appear 16 times on NBC national broadcasts in new season

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) The National Hockey League and NBC announced the television network’s broadcast schedule for the 2014/15 campaign, and the Philadelphia Flyers will be featured 16 times between NBC and the NBC Sports Network. The Flyers visit the Boston Bruins on October 8 as part of an opening night doubleheader on NBCSN, preceding […]

Gustafsson decides to leave Flyers for KHL

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Gustafsson decides to leave Flyers for KHL

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) First reported early Friday morning by Sports.ru’s Igor Eronko, Philadelphia Flyers RFA Erik Gustafsson has inked a deal with Avantgard Omsk of the KHL. Though the report was confirmed by a pair of Swedish newspapers, it was not completely clear for hours as to whether or not Gustafsson would actually be […]

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