Former NHL player Daniel Carcillo has announced that he has filed a class-action lawsuit against the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) and it’s leagues on behalf of the underage players who have suffered from violent hazing, physical and sexual assault, and sexual trauma while playing Major Junior Hockey. The CHL is made up of the Ontario […]
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Pavel Gogolev 2019-20 Team: Guelph StormDate of Birth: Feb. 19, 2000Place of Birth: Moskva, RussiaHt: 6’1″ Wt: 179 poundsShoots: LeftPosition: LWNHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 third-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 107th (Amongst NA skaters) The Hockey Writers (Fisher): 178th McKeen’s Hockey: 101st Although Pavel Gogolev has taken longer to becoming an NHL Draft eligible than most players, he […]
Bell’s Top 62 Preseason Rankings Bell’s Top 93 November Rankings Bell’s Top 124 February Rankings Well, it wasn’t the ending to the season we expected but what a ride it was. While hockey seasons across the globe were cut short, there was more than enough hockey to provide a glimpse into the NHL’s future. With […]
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, Kasperi Kapanen of the Toronto Maple Leafs comments on potential trade rumors out of Toronto. In Chicago, is Mike Gillis thinking about taking on the vacant President position with the Blackhawks? Finally, it appears Eugene Melnyk of the Ottawa Senators is going to be battling another PR nightmare, this time […]
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The Calgary Flames have made the postseason in four of the past six seasons, including 2019-20. However, they’ve had limited success in their recent quest for the Stanley Cup, with only one playoff series win against the Vancouver Canucks in 2015. The team’s outlook is mixed; promising forward prospects like Jakob Pelletier and Mathias Petterson […]
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What’s The Grind Line? Apart from the once-famous line of Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, and either Joe Kocur or Darren McCarty, The Grind Line is also The Hockey Writers’ weekly column about the Detroit Red Wings. This week, Devin Little and Tony Wolak are the muckers who make up THW’s forechecking unit and sound off […]
Although the 2019-20 Ottawa Senators were a team in the middle of the rebuild, you might not have known that the way the team played during the first half of the season. Certainly, the team played much better than I expected — the record was actually 13-12-4 during November and December. However, after the new […]
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With no postseason action to look forward to, it is time to look back at the top Buffalo Sabres in the 2010s. I am going to dive into my top-five list, including a few honorable mentions. We all know who is No. 1, but let’s pretend it’s a surprise… 5. Tyler Myers Myers was a […]
On May 26, the NHL organized a plan listing what teams will face each other in the Stanley Cup play-ins, whenever those might begin. There are still details to work out, but step one has determined which teams will be pitted against each other in a best-of-five series. This week the NHL and the NHLPA […]
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What happens if the Toronto Maple Leafs’ young prospect Nick Robertson is very good? If he is, how will that impact the organization and reshape the team’s roster? What We Know and Don’t Know about Robertson There’s been a lot of hype surrounding Roberston in the past few weeks. Coming off an incredible season with […]
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