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ECHL: Trois-Rivieres Lions Re-Sign Goaltender

The Trois-Rivières Lions have announced that they have re-signed goaltender Zachary Emond for the 2024-25 season. Emond, originally selected by the San Jose Sharks in 2018, has played in 34 career ECHL games, spending time with the Orlando Solar Bears, Wichita Thunder, and Trois-Rivieres Lions, where he’s put up an 18-12-2 record with a 3.05 […]

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Opinion: Florida Can Go Back-To-Back As Stanley Cup Champions & Here’s Why

As the Florida Panthers spend the summer celebrating their Stanley Cup win, it begs the question: Can they repeat as Cup Champions? I think they can, as their roster is still extremely strong despite losing some pieces to free agency. The core forwards that were up for contract Zito locked up long-term, ensuring little change […]

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Ranking NHL Goal Horns

32) Utah Hockey Club: N/A 31) Colorado Avalanche: 1/10: Sounds generic, not a pleasant sound, I heard this too much in the 2022 Playoffs (it got annoying) Goal Horn Button: 30) San Jose Sharks: 1/10 – Sounds like a boat/foghorn, good goal song though, very unique Goal Horn Button: 29) Washinton Capitals 1/10: Sirens during […]

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Player Profile: Mark Kastelic

Mark Kastelic was born on March 11, 1999, in Phoenix, Arizona. Kastelic comes from a hockey family, as his father, Ed, played 210 career NHL games for the Washington Capitals and Hartford Whalers. His grandfather, Pat Stapleton, and his uncle, Mike Stapleton, each played in the NHL as well. Mark played two seasons for the […]

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Brad Marchand: The Star of the Bruins TikTok

Breaking the Ice: How Social Media is Transforming the NHL’s Image from Boring to Bold

So gone are the days of cardboard cut-out players and out-of-touch athletes. Social media has reminded us that these are real people too and they can do a TikTok dance just as poorly as the rest of us. 

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Kirill Kaprizov wearing the third jersey called 78s with his Alternate Captain patch clearly visible

The First Boring Summer for the Minnesota Wild

I was just sitting here thinking about how boring this summer has been for the Minnesota Wild. Of course, the lack of an off-season contributed to that, but there was something I couldn’t quite put my finger on until today. The past three summers (at least!) have been a little bit TOO exciting surrounding the […]

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Rapid City Rush Goaltender Announces His Retirement

Rapid City Rush goaltender Jason Pawloski announced via Instagram that he is retiring from hockey. Junior Career Jason Pawloski started his junior career in the 2012-13 season when he signed with the Austin Bruins in the NAHL. He played in 24 games, with a save percentage of .919 and a goals against average of 2.52. […]

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Player Profile: Max Jones

Max Jones was born on February 17, 1998, in Rochester, Michigan. Jones comes from a hockey family as his father, Brad, played for three NHL teams (Winnipeg, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia). Max’s brother, Mitch, plays in the Federal Prospects Hockey League, and his cousin, Harrison Caines, is a forward at Nipissing University. Max played on […]

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Breaking: Detroit Red Wings and Joe Veleno Avoid Arbitration

The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to contract terms with center Joe Veleno. The contract carries a salary cap hit of two years and $2.275 million, according to PuckPedia. This is one of the contracts that needed to be fit under the Red Wings’ salary cap as the team continues to negotiate with forward Lucas […]

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Re-Signings and Goodbyes: Carolina Hurricanes Free Agency Updates

In the span of a day, the Carolina Hurricanes re-signed forward Jack Drury and mutually terminated the contract of Evgeny Kuznetsov. What’s next?

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ECHL: Swamp Rabbits’ Forward Ethan Somoza To Play Overseas

Greenville, S.C. — As the ECHL 2024 season is less than 100 days away, players are making moves as to where they will play next season. Lately, the league has seen an influx of players signing overseas for teams in Europe. Today, July 19, it was announced that Ethan Somoza of the Greenville Swamp Rabbits […]

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ECHL: Allen Americans Re-Sign Goaltender

The Allen Americans have re-signed goaltender Marco Costantini for the 2024-25 season. Costantini began the 2023-24 season in the SPHL with the Knoxville Ice Bears before making a quick stop with the Idaho Steelheads, where he made three saves in his first career ECHL, stopping three shots against the Allen Americans before heading back to […]

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ECHL: Rapid City Rush Lose Two Defensemen That Are Heading Overseas

Rapid City Rush defensemen Tyson Helgesen and T.J. Fergus are both heading overseas for the 2024-25 season. Tyson Helgesen has signed to play with the Ferencvarosi TC in Budapest, Hungary of Erste Liga. TJ Fergus has signed to play with SC Riessersee in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany of Oberliga for the 2024-25 season. Helgesen Collegiate Career Tyson […]

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Player Profile: Mark Scheifele

Mark Scheifele was born on March 15, 1993, in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. He is a centre who has spent his entire NHL playing career with the Winnipeg Jets. Listed as 6-foot-3 and 207 pounds, Scheifele shoots right-handed. His early playing days started in the Kitchener minor hockey scene where he originally began as a defenseman […]

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ECHL: Worcester Railers Sign Colin Jacobs

The Worcester Railers continue to build their roster for the 2024-25 season. They signed veteran forward Colin Jacobs, a Texas native. Jacobs, coming in as a veteran, has proven he can handle himself in all different kinds of professional hockey leagues. He played 436 career games across the American Hockey League, ECHL, and Europe. He […]

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ECHL: Iowa Heartlanders Re-Sign Defender, Welcome Latvian International

Coralville, Iowa- On Friday, July 19, the Iowa Heartlanders made significant boosts to their defensive strength in the re-signing of defensive staple Louka Henault and welcoming Latvia’s Bogdans Hodass to the squad. Head Coach and General Manager Derek Damon has made some interesting and exciting decisions in his first ten signings, and these defensively-minded decisions […]

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Seattle Kraken celebrate win at Climate Pledge Arena

Seattle Kraken Offseason Recap

The Seattle Kraken have made quite a few moves during this years off-season. They started out with re-signing four players that were set to be free agents on June 30th, followed by picking up defenseman Brandon Montour and forward Chandler Stephenson on the first day of free-agency, and then finished out that afternoon with signing […]

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ECHL: Savannah Ghost Pirates Defenseman Heads Overseas

Savannah Ghost Pirates Defenseman Noah Carroll is leaving on a jet plane, and we don’t know when he will be back. He has signed a contract with the EIHL Manchester Storm and is officially heading overseas to compete for the 24-25 season.  Noah played five games for the Ghost Pirates in the last month of […]

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One Boston Bruins Prospect Lands in the Top 100

Scott Wheeler of The Athletic has compiled a list of the Top 100 NHL prospects heading into the 2024-25 season, and the Boston Bruins are represented by one of their young organizational talents at number 88. Talented forward Fabian Lysell, a 2021 first-round draft pick, is still considered Boston’s best prospect after a season with […]

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Casper Nassen

Prospect Profile: Casper Nassen

Casper Nassen was born on April 11, 2004, in Norrtalje, Sweden. Nassen’s older brother, Linus, played two seasons as a defenseman in the Western Hockey League for Medicine Hat and is currently with Jukurit of the Finnish Liiga. Casper played during the 2019-20 season for SDE HC U16 in Sweden and scored 19 goals with […]

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