DETROIT — Jonathan Bernier made 34 saves, Tyler Bertuzzi scored his 15th goal and the Detroit Red Wings beat the San Jose Sharks 2-0 Tuesday night to end a six-game losing streak. It was Bernier’s first shutout of the season and 18th of his career. Filip Hronek also scored for Detroit, which had dropped all […]
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EDMONTON — With the woebegone Edmonton Oilers set to open their NHL season Wednesday, new general manager Ken Holland bristled when it was suggested fans are being told to be patient for a playoff contender.
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The Buffalo Beauts are just a smidgen beyond the first third of the 2019-20 NWHL regular season. Having hosted the Whitecaps through two hard fought games on Nov. 23 and 24, Buffalo maintained their hold on the league’s second place position. A come-from-behind victory that was fueled by a Taylor Accursi hat trick in the […]
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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The Winnipeg Jets are barely a playoff team at the moment and will not be a threat to win the Stanley Cup this spring. Trading away their first-round draft pick for a rental player would be the worst thing they could do this season. The 2020 National Hockey League Entry Draft is expected to be […]
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It’s safe to say this recent five-game road trip was pretty important for the Chicago Blackhawks. They were already on the outside looking in, but were still on the cusp of a wildcard spot if they went on a roll. Well, they didn’t. They only secured one win and earned a mere two out of […]
RALEIGH, N.C. — Andrei Svechnikov scored in the shootout, Petr Mrazek stopped San Jose cold in the tiebreaker and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Sharks 3-2 on Thursday night. Svechnikov had a goal and an assist in regulation, Jake Gardiner also scored and Warren Foegele added two assists for the Hurricanes, who had lost three […]
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One of the hottest goaltenders in the league stayed perfect against the Boston Bruins on Tuesday night. Meanwhile, rumors are beginning to spread about some veteran netminders that might be on the move at the trade deadline. Merzlikins Stays Perfect Elvis Merzlikins has been a revelation since taking over for Joonas Korpisalo in the Columbus […]
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Hiring a general manager during the season is not common in the NHL. But that’s the situation in which Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher found himself when he was introduced as the newest front office hire on Dec. 3, 2018. It’s not his first stint, he was interim GM for the Florida Panthers from […]
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In this week’s edition of “Inside the Locker Room”, Otters head coach Chris Hartsburg stops by to give us his thoughts on their split last weekend, injury updates and a peek ahead to the games against Hamilton and Guelph. In addition, Noah Sedore talks about his recovery from an ankle injury and being back to […]
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