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Reviewing Maple Leafs Deadline Deal

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Reviewing Maple Leafs Deadline Deal

In the midst of a sleeper of a trade deadline, the Toronto Maple Leafs made one minor move. Toronto acquired recently waived Eric Fehr, depth defenseman Steve Oleksy and a 4th round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft for scarcely used defenseman Frank Corrado. Fehr carries a $2 million cap hit through next year and […]

Blackhawks’ Hossa Passes Another Milestone In A Long Career

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Blackhawks’ Hossa Passes Another Milestone In A Long Career

By Randy Holndoner (@bhawkschatter) If not for Jaromir Jagr, Chicago Blackhawks‘ right winger, Marian Hossa would arguably be the oldest player in the league that is still making a major impact in scoring production for his team, and shows no signs of stopping.  Hossa, who recently turned 38, hit another milestone in his career as […]

Coyotes start four-game road trip against red-hot Penguins

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Coyotes start four-game road trip against red-hot Penguins

By Jesse Bonello (@jessebonello) Arizona is starting a four-game road trip tonight when they take on the Penguins in Pittsburgh. The Coyotes are coming off of a 4-1 win against Nashville, which saw rookie Brendan Perlini score his first career NHL goal. The win on Saturday night snapped a six-game losing streak, but road trips […]

The Hockey Guys Podcast: May 18, 2016

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: May 18, 2016

Dust off the cobwebs and listen to the latest episode of The Hockey Guys Podcast with Chris Shannon (@ChrisShannon16) and Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther). They discuss the two Conference Finals: the San Jose Sharks tied up their series against the St. Louis Blues, while the Pittsburgh Penguins head to Tampa Bay to face the Lightning in […]

Flyers and Pens set for Outdoor Game in 2017, but does anyone care?

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Flyers and Pens set for Outdoor Game in 2017, but does anyone care?

By Mike Santa Barbara (@Mike_SB) The hockey world was abuzz when ESPN’s Scott Burnside reported Friday that the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins will likely play in one of the NHL’s 2017 outdoor games. Or maybe not? Since the NHL’s outdoor craze began, the notion that Pennsylvania’s rivals would clash in one of them eventually […]

The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 56 — Stepan, Couturier; Vishal Hussain talks Devils

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 56 — Stepan, Couturier; Vishal Hussain talks Devils

The Hockey Guys Podcast is sponsored by Just Dishin Hockey, who specialize in combining fashion with the great game of Hockey! Check out JustDishinHockey.com for more information! Hunter and Chris discuss the week that was, recapping the signings of Derek Stepan, Eric Fehr, Sean Couturier, and Adam Larsson. Vishal Hussain (@Vishal_Hussain) joins the show to talk about the […]

NHL Trade Analysis: Maple Leafs Trade Phil Kessel to Penguins

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NHL Trade Analysis: Maple Leafs Trade Phil Kessel to Penguins

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 12 hours, you’d know that the Toronto Maple Leafs completed a blockbuster trade that sends star winger Phil Kessel to the Pittsburgh Penguins. There have been rumours surrounding this possibility for a few days now, but Brendan Shanahan finally pulled the trigger this afternoon. The Leafs also […]

Marc-Andre Fleury is Not the Best, but He is the Best Available Option

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Marc-Andre Fleury is Not the Best, but He is the Best Available Option

By Ryan Kiray (@RyanK_THG) The Pittsburgh Penguins announced the extension of goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury through 2019 on Wednesday, cutting off any chance that their franchise goaltender will depart the team when his current deal expires on July 1st. Fleury, 30, was taken first overall in the legendary 2003 entry draft, and has been a mainstay […]

3 Players to Watch at Penguins Training Camp

3 Players to Watch at Penguins Training Camp

by @HunterHodies The Pittsburgh Penguins training camp is about to begin and that means more Penguins hockey. This was an offseason unlike any other since GM Ray Shero and head coach Dan Byslma were fired. They also lost a ton of players from last season but replaced them with just as good or even better […]

For the Nerds of Nostalgia, Pittsburgh’s New Uniform Matters

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For the Nerds of Nostalgia, Pittsburgh’s New Uniform Matters

By Joe Depto (@JoeDepto)   Social media has demonstrated itself as a powerful tool for spreading information, but its most memorable content is often the reactionary dialogue to the reported information. The Pittsburgh Penguins unveiled their third/alternate jerseys this morning, and the response from Twitter’s rampant hockey community didn’t feel crass, esoteric, or as if […]

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