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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 39 — Night one recap, Pens-Rangers preview

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 39 — Night one recap, Pens-Rangers preview

  Check Out Hockey Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with TheHockeyGuys Podcast on BlogTalkRadio Check Out Hockey Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with TheHockeyGuys Podcast on BlogTalkRadio Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) and Chris Shannon (@ChrisShannon16) recap the first night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, including the Hawks double-overtime victory and the Flames winning late in Vancouver. […]

Opening Weekend At Home: Michigan Hockey Notebook 10/17/14

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Opening Weekend At Home: Michigan Hockey Notebook 10/17/14

  By David Malkinowski (@dmmm14) For the second year in a row, the Wolverines look to make an impression on opening night for a team that is looking to find its groove. So far, Michigan is doing a great job of scoring, but still hasn’t found a way to keep the puck out of the […]

Mason stones Rangers in stellar Game 4 return

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Mason stones Rangers in stellar Game 4 return

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) With having played only the final seven minutes of Game 3 during the postseason due to injury, it was tough to tell if Philadelphia Flyers netminder Steve Mason would be up to the challenge in his first start of the series Friday night in Game 4. After all, this was a […]

Flyers effort must be better in must-win Game 4

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Flyers effort must be better in must-win Game 4

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) The Philadelphia Flyers played dump and chase in Game 1 at Madison Square Garden, but not the way it usually operates. Unable to penetrate the New York Rangers’ defensive vale to establish any kind of forecheck and gain possession, what ended up instead happening was Flyers skaters dumped the puck into the New York zone […]

Mason to return to practice, may start Sunday

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Mason to return to practice, may start Sunday

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) This isn’t the way that Steve Mason had imagined his first postseason with the Philadelphia Flyers. As his teammates readied themselves for Game 1 of their Metropolitan Division Semifinal against the New York Rangers, the goaltender was relegated to being an observer. “Very frustrating,” he said after skating Friday at Chelsea […]

Berube has decisions to make in goal and on blue line

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Berube has decisions to make in goal and on blue line

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) For much of the past few weeks, Craig Berube has had to come up with line combinations due to a run of injuries to his forward ranks. Those maneuverings have actually brought about some new-found chemistry with Michael Raffl on the top line with Claude Giroux and Jake Voracek, and Scott […]

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Pretenders, Contenders and Playoffs

By Bob Haynes (@BobHaynesJr) The Stanley Cup winner has already been identified by this point of the season and it’s now just a matter of time before they are crowned by commissioner Bettman handing the cup to the team’s captain. How can you find out who won the Cup? After each team has played almost […]

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The Enigma That is Glen Sather

By Christopher Decker He’s had to endure “Fire Sather” chants; “Fire Sather” rallies; and harsh scrutiny from one of the most merciless media cities in the world. Glen Sather has been known to make some great moves in his time with the Rangers, but he’s been more notorious for making questionable moves and signings. So […]