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NHL Rumors: Ducks, Blues, Penguins, Bruins, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the specifics of the offer by Justin Faulk from the Anaheim Ducks, there is news on the goaltending competition within the St. Louis Blues organization, news out of Pittsburgh on Justin Schultz and Alex Galchenyuk and more. Finally, are the Boston Bruins and defenseman Torey Krug […]

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DeAngelo Now Looks to Prove Rangers Wrong

New York Rangers defenseman Tony DeAngelo possesses a very valuable on-ice attribute: He plays with a chip on his shoulder. That chip just got a lot heavier, and the Rangers have to hope its bulk motivates him this season rather than weighing him down. DeAngelo ended his contract holdout Friday by signing a one-year, $925,000 […]

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Hurricanes’ Lucas Wallmark Is Ready for More

Lucas Wallmark is looking forward to the upcoming season. The 24-year-old center for the Carolina Hurricanes is coming off his first full season on NHL ice, and is ready for more. Wallmark played in 81 games last season for the Hurricanes. He put up 10 goals and 18 assists for 28 points. In the 2019 […]

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Dan Girardi Retires After 13 Seasons

TAMPA, Fla. — Former New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning defenceman Dan Girardi has announced his retirement from the NHL after 13 seasons.
Girardi appeared in 927 games, finishing with 56 goals and 264 points and a plus-78 ratings. He also played...

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Best NHL Goalies of the 1980s

The 1980s was the golden era of the National Hockey League (or so I’m told). It was a time of dynastic teams, high-scoring games and some of the best international hockey that’s ever been played. Of course, there were also the shady owners, the constant violence, scrums after every whistle and whatever the complete opposite […]

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Most Anticipated Player to Watch for Each NHL Team

The 2019-20 NHL season is fast approaching. Oct. 2 is right around the corner and the countdown to puck drop is on. Ahead of another exciting NHL season, everyone is looking forward to watching their team hit the ice. It’s been a busy offseason, resulting in different outlooks for the league’s 31 clubs. On each […]

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Bruins’ Ownership Change Could Spark NHL Power Struggle

Two weeks have gone by since it was revealed that the Boston Bruins were going to be changing hands in ownership. Long-time Bruins owner and NHL figurehead, Jeremy Jacobs, had transferred the NHL franchise over to his six children earlier this year. There hasn’t been an official team release or a change of ownership on […]

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Islanders’ 5 Greatest Wins

The New York Islanders are definitely one of the most unique franchises in all of the NHL. They go from the last team to win four straight Stanley Cups to a team that has two home arenas. Whether it’s trades they make or free agents they sign, people are always questioning the Islanders. One thing […]

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Bruins Clock is Ticking on Cehlarik Decision

The Boston Bruins are going to need to make a decision soon with regards to forward Peter Cehlarik. If it feels like that statement has been repeated for years, that’s because it has been. In fact, it’s felt that way since Cehlarik got his first taste of NHL action during the 2016-17 season, playing in […]

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Bo Horvat’s Two-Point Night Leads Canucks Past Oilers 6-1

EDMONTON — Bo Horvat had a goal and an assist as the Vancouver Canucks came away with a 6-1 pre-season victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday.
Brogan Rafferty, Jay Beagle, Sven Baertschi, Lukas Jasek and Adam Gaudette also scored for the Canucks ...

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TIME TO PUT THE SMASHDOWN

Thurman has hand surgery, out for rest of 2019

Former welterweight world titlist Keith Thurman announced that he has undergone surgery on his left hand and will be out of the ring for the remainder of the year.

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