After a heartbreaking silver medal finish in the 2019 World Junior Championship, the United States return with another skill-loaded roster that should compete for yet another medal. They will join Russia, Canada, Czech Republic and Germany in Group B for the round-robin play. The United States has medaled in four straight years, including a gold […]
WASHINGTON — Lars Eller scored with 2:59 remaining in overtime after the Washington Capitals rallied from two goals down in the final minute of regulation, completing a stunning 5-4 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday. T.J. Oshie tied the game with 14.2 seconds left. Eller also assisted Jakub Vrana’s second goal of the […]
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The home portion of the New Jersey Devils schedule this season has been sketchy at best. With so many blown leads it likely has the fan base feeling like they are watching the movie Groundhog Day. Remember the scene where Bill Murray’s character keeps stepping off the curb into a puddle of icy water? That’s […]
In the early days of the 2019-20 season, the Edmonton Oilers have had ups and downs like no other club. This is statistically provable in that the Oilers were the first team in NHL history to win the first five games of the season in come from behind victories. After those five games, however, the […]
In today’s NHL rumor rundown there is news regarding Jesse Puljujarvi heading out of Edmonton and back to Finland, and just what GM Ken Holland is looking for in a trade. The Philadelphia Flyers decided not to add a KHL winger, and Calgary Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic knows he could be traded but is trying […]
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Coming off the Game 7 loss, we expected the Boston Bruins to be ready to play and prove themselves as still being one of the league’s elite teams. However, they aren’t going to have a perfect or near-perfect season. Eventually, they are going to run into some issues, whether it’s injuries to top players or […]
This will be the final post of the “Meet the New Blackhawks” offseason series, unless general manager Stan Bowman decides to make more moves before training camp starts on September 15. We will combine the final two additions into one post. Bowman Finally Moves Anisimov For Smith One of the biggest tasks Bowman wanted to […]
As we enter the third month of the National Hockey League season, I figured now would be as good of a time as ever to follow-up on my Winnipeg Jets’ Top 10 Prospects piece I wrote back in August and see where the 10 players are at with their respected clubs. It is interesting to […]
TORONTO — Mats Sundin knows what life’s like when things are going well for the Maple Leafs. Players feel as if they’re on top of the world, seemingly unable to do any wrong. But when the shoe’s on the other foot — like it is for Toronto’s current roster — there’s also nowhere to hide. Exposure […]
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GLENDALE, Ariz. — Teddy Blueger scored the deciding goal in the eighth round of the shootout and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Arizona Coyotes 4-3 Sunday. Pittsburgh’s Bryan Rust and Arizona’s Taylor Hall each scored int he third round of the tiebreaker. Jared McCann, Patric Hornqvist and Brandon Tanev scored in regulation for the Penguins, […]
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