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Vancouver Canucks Showdown with the Detroit Red Wings

By Adam Graham (@adam_graham) Tuesday night’s loss to the Nashville Predators might not seem like a good thing to the Vancouver Canucks at first glance, but in reality it might be the best thing for them in the long run. After 13 games without a regulation loss, the Canucks strong play and, in many ways, […]

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Canucks and Bruins: Anticipation is Key in Building a Great Rivalry

By Adam Graham (@adam_graham) If one thing became clear about Super Bowl XLVI from the stand point of Vancouver Canucks fans, it’s that the right team lost, which is any team from Boston. Of course, this has nothing to do with the New England Patriots or Tom Brady and his supermodel wife. It’s about the […]

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State of the Anaheim Ducks: Trade Deadline Edition

By Steve Palumbo (@StevePalumboNHL) The Anaheim Ducks came into the 2011-12 season with boundless potential. It looked as though everything was falling into place for Anaheim to take another run at the Stanley Cup. A little over three months later, it could not be more different. Anaheim was able to bring back the ageless wonder […]

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The Anaheim Ducks Showcase New Found Confidence in Win Over Canucks

By Steve Palumbo (@StevePalumboNHL) If there wasn’t a hockey textbook on playing road games before, there is one now after the Anaheim Ducks defeated the Vancouver Canucks 4-2 at the Rogers Center. Anaheim played a perfect road game while Jason Blake did the rest to pace the Ducks to their fifth win in the last six games. Blake […]

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Ducks Have Chance to Make Statement Against the West Best Canucks

By Steve Palumbo (@StevePalumboNHL) The Anaheim Ducks have an opportunity to prove their disappointing first half was just a fluke. A road victory tonight over the Vancouver Canucks may be the final spark the Ducks need to catch fire. The suddenly competitive Ducks are 4-0-1 in their last five after destroying the banged up Edmonton Oilers […]

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Draft Street and The Hockey Guys: Free $100 Fantasy Hockey

Alright guys, you’ve seen this enough and tonight is the night. I know there’s plenty of guys ready for this, so let’s do it. No lengthy confirmation or sign-up and no season-long commitment. It’s quick and simple. And seriously? It’s a free one-night-stand and you can win cash. I love the salary cap wrinkle — […]

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Fantasy Forecast: Northwest Division Player Predictions

By Todd Cordell Minnesota Wild 1. Dany Heatley will benefit from change of scenery I really feel Heatley will benefit from moving from the San Jose Sharks to the Wild. He will obviously have less talent to work with, but in Minnesota he will be the ‘go-to-guy’. He’s motivated to prove he can still be […]

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With the Dog Days Looming, are the Boston Bruins Ready?

By Brandon Macdonald Spending one moment hoisting the Stanley Cup, the next celebrating with teammates all the way to celebrating in the hometown with family and friends. Fast forward to August when it’s time to once again hit the gym hard. This is the summer in a flash for a Stanley Cup champion. Entering the […]

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The Hockey Guys w/ Jeff Marek

The Hockey Guys go live at 2 p.m. today and will have Jeff Marek of CBC Sports joining the show.

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The Hockey Guys – Wednesday

The Hockey Guys and Al Cimaglia will be broadcasting live this Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. EST.

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