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The Hockey Guys Podcast: March 4, 2016 — Canadiens struggles, Doughty vs Karlsson, Leaf rebuild, Trump
By The Hockey Guys Editorial Staff (@TheHockeyGuys) The website has been going through a face-lift in recent months, and life outside the hockey blogosphere has taken away from Chris and Hunter doing the podcast. Thankfully, they got together Tuesday to get re-acquainted with the show and talking puck. We’re hoping to post episodes more […]
How has Drew Doughty of the Los Angeles Kings, who most would argue is one of the best defenseman in the entire National Hockey League not won the Norris Trophy? The award is voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association before the playoffs. Despite the Norris Trophy being created to reward the best ‘all-round’ defenseman, […]
2013 NHL Entry Draft \ big contract \ Drew Doughty \ Erik Karlsson \ Los Angeles Kings \ Montreal Canadiens \ Nick Kypreos \ Norris Trophy \ Ottawa Senators \ P.K. Subban \ Sportsnet \ The Hockey Guys draft party
By James Stephan (@J_Habs) According to reports from Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos, Montreal Canadiens star defenseman P.K. Subban has clinched the Norris Trophy. @RealKyper: Confirmed word out of Montreal and NY is #Canadian P.K Subban will be announced during Cup final as the winner of #NHL 2013 Norris trophy. Subban, tallying 11 goals and 38 points […]
By James Stephan (@J_Habs) Since the Montreal Canadiens disappointing playoff elimination by the Ottawa Senators, the Habs players have wasted no time by joining the fight for the gold medal at the World Hockey Championships. Danny Kristo – Team USA 7gp, 1g-2a Newly signed prospect Danny Kristo was part of the group of players […]
When an independent arbitrator awarded defenseman Shea Weber a record one-year, $7.5 million salary yesterday for the 2011-12 season, it brought a harsh NHL reality to the forefront for the Nashville Predators.
The Los Angeles Kings selected Drew Doughty with the #2 overall selection at the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. Two years later, he is en route to, potentially, his first Norris Trophy of many.