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Manitoba Moose: October 2019 in Review

The Winnipeg Jets’ October was up and down, but their American Hockey League affiliate’s first month of 2019-20 was nearly all down. The Manitoba Moose kicked off their 20th season with a fairly experienced and stable squad — 22 returning players — and at first glance, looked poised to be a competitive team with plenty […]

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Devils Ready for New Look in Net

The New Jersey Devils shook up their goaltending situation yesterday morning, calling up the recently acquired Louis Domingue from the AHL. But that wasn’t the only moved they made, as they placed veteran netminder Cory Schneider on waivers to send him to the AHL.  Schneider, 33 years old, has struggled mightily this season, as he has a […]

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NHL, NHLPA Set to Meet Again to Talk CBA Extension

CHICAGO — The NHL and NHL Players' Association will meet again Friday in New York to continue collective bargaining negotiations.
Players have until Sept. 15 to decide whether to terminate the current collective bargaining agreement effective a year fr...

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Avalanche Gear up Early for Season Debut

Erik Johnson led the informal practices at the rink.

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Kings’ Kempe Gets 3-Year, $6-Million Contract

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Forward Adrian Kempe has agreed to a three-year, $6 million deal to stay with the Los Angeles Kings.
The Kings announced the deal Wednesday with Kempe, a restricted free agent who turns 23 next week.
Kempe had 12 goals and 16 assis...

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Canadiens’ Danault Line: NHL’s Best?

Any good research venture sets out to answer a question. Like, which country’s population has the highest disposable income per capita? Or, which schools in my city produce the most successful students?  For me, I want to know how good the Montreal Canadiens’ Phillip Danault line is. That’s right. How good is the Danault, Brendan Gallagher and Tomas […]

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Ottawa Senators News & Rumors: Hogberg, Brown, Pinto, Ennis & Pageau

When the season started, most hockey commentators had the Ottawa Senators pegged as an NHL bottom-feeder. That it hasn’t happened yet is a testament to the organization. Related: Senators’ Jean-Gabriel Pageau: Will He Stay in Ottawa? Head coach D.J. Smith is doing a good job of motivating his players and making solid decisions. Many Senators […]

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Vancouver Canucks News & Rumors: Markstrom, Michaelis & Lockwood

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In this crazy post-hockey (at least for the regular season) time, if you’re a Vancouver Canucks fan you might be happy to learn there’s still some news being generated from the team and the organization. In this post, I want to help Canucks’ fans stay up-to-date with that news and those rumors. Item One: The […]

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Kaiden Guhle- 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile

Kaiden Guhle 2019-20 Team: Prince Albert RaidersDate of Birth: Jan. 18, 2002Place of Birth: Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaHt: 6-foot-2 Wt: 186 lbsShoots: LeftPosition: DNHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 7th (among NA Skaters) Future Considerations: 28th Josh Bell’s February Rankings: 50th Bob McKenzie’s Rankings Mid- Season Rankings: 12th ISS: 14th Dobber Prospects […]

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Bill Barilko, the Tragically Hip & the Most Famous Goal in Maple Leafs History

On April 21, 1951, Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Toronto Maple Leafs and their bitter Original Six rival the Montreal Canadiens had gone into overtime. Then-Maple Leafs defenseman Bill Barilko skated down the ice and suddenly dove headfirst towards the Canadiens’ net. As he did, he fired a backhander towards goalie […]

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