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2024 Draft Prospect Profile: Tomas Galvas

The Scouting Report Tomas Galvas is an 18-year-old defenseman from Zlin, Czechia, he was born on February 11, 2006 and is a left-handed shooter. He spent the 2023-24 season playing for quite a few teams, including the HC Olomouc U20, Bílí Tygrí Liberec U20, Bílí Tygrí Liberec and Czechia’s U18 World Junior Championship team. Throughout […]

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ECHL: Zack Andrusiak Heading Overseas

Forward Zach Andrusiak is heading over to Slovakia after spending the past five seasons in the ECHL. Over the course of his five years in the ECHL, the majority of his time was spent with the Cincinnati Cyclones, where he spent three seasons playing in 154 regular season games while putting up 83 goals and […]

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2024 Draft Prospect Profile: William Zellers

The Scouting Report William Zellers is an 18-year-old left-hand player who can be utilized as a center or a winger. He was born on April 4, 2006, in Maple Grove, MN, and spent the last season playing for Shattuck St. Mary’s. He is projected to be drafted around #69 in this year’s draft. View All […]

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Former Boston Bruins Defenseman Might Become Available Again

When defenseman Torey Krug left the Boston Bruins on October 9, 2020, many Bruins fans were upset by the team losing a core member who had helped the team to two Stanley Cup Final appearances. However, the salary cap hit at the time was a steep $6.5 million and the Bruins had offered Krug a […]

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Calder Cup Final Game 2 Preview l Hershey Bears vs. Coachella Valley Firebirds

Game 1 Recap: The first game of the Calder Cup Final took place on Friday night at the Giant Center in Hershey, PA. The Coachella Valley Firebirds, representing the Western Conference, narrowly defeated the Hershey Bears, representing the Eastern Conference, with a score of 4-3. In the final minutes of the game, the Firebirds successfully […]

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Opinion: Tampa Bay Lightning Must Re-Sign Steven Stamkos; Pieces to Move

With NHL free agency just under three weeks away, the Tampa Bay Lightning and captain Steven Stamkos still have not come to terms on a contract extension agreement. The 34-year-old has dawned the Lightning crest for all 16 years of his career. Lightning fans have seen a few players re-signed with the likes of Declan […]

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ECHL: Wichita Thunder Announces Affiliation Extension With San Jose Sharks

The Wichita Thunder announced yesterday that they have extended their affiliation agreement with the NHL’s San Jose Sharks and AHL’s San Jose Barracuda for the 2024-25 season. This will be the third straight season that the Thunder have been affiliated with the Sharks. San Jose is the third different NHL team that the Thunder have […]

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Player Profile: Justin Brazeau

Justin Brazeau was born on February 2, 1998, in New Liskeard, Ontario, and played with the New Liskeard Cubs Midget AAA team for three seasons. Overall, Brazeau played 70 games and scored 31 goals with 65 assists and contributed seven goals and 11 assists in 14 playoff games. Brazeau would move on to the Ontario […]

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Jorian Donovan, Angus Crookshank, Zack Ostapchuk, Roby Järventie and Tyler Kleven

5 Prospects Who Could Crack the Senators Roster in 2024-’25

The Ottawa Senators have a group of promising prospects looking to make their mark in the NHL. Here are five prospects who could crack the Senators roster ahead of the 2024-25 NHL season: Related Post: Ottawa Senators Coaching Update Angus Crookshank Angus Crookshank, who was drafted 126th overall in the 2018 NHL Draft, has developed […]

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Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Edmonton Oilers vs. Florida Panthers Game 4 | 06/15/2024

I wonder if during practice, the players put on a famous speech scene from a sports movie to maybe pump them up a bit more. After Game 2, Connor McDavid said, “I look forward to people doubting us again.” Then after Game 3, he looked more shocked in his presser about the situation the Edmonton […]

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Calder Cup Final: Hershey Bears Fall To Coachella Valley 4-3 in Game 1 | 6/14/2024

After advancing to the Calder Cup Finals when Garrett Roe scored the overtime winner against the Cleveland Monsters on June 12th, the Bears unfortunately took a 4-3 loss at home for Game 1 of the Finals. It had been a close game, Hendrix Lapierre pulled Hershey back to within one to attempt a comeback late […]

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What the NHL’s Salary Cap Rise Means for Red Wings Signing Moritz Seider and Lucas Raymond

The NHL’s salary cap will rise to $88 million for the 2024-25 season, the league announced recently. The salary floor will be $65 million. As of this writing, the Red Wings have a projected cap hit of $58.63 million, according to PuckPedia. I have written in the past that the Detroit Red Wings have two […]

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Brandon Hawkins takes a shot on OIof Lindbom

ECHL: Former Cincinnati Cyclones Goalie is Heading Overseas

Olof Lindbom, who was drafted 39th overall in Round 2 of the NHL Draft in 2018 by the New York Rangers, is heading overseas to play for the Lahden Pelicans of Finland. Last season, he played a total of 29 games with the Cincinnati Cyclones in the ECHL Central Division and also played seven games […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Make Early Moves Before Free Agency

As the Stanley Cup Finals conclude and the official NHL offseason is less than a month away, the Carolina Hurricanes have made the most of an early playoff exit. In three days, the organization has allegedly hired a new GM, re-signed one of their top defensemen, and are in contract talks with another.

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Florida Panthers vs. Edmonton Oilers Game 3 Recap | 06/14/2024

One of my all-time favorite quotes from a sporting coach comes from the Nebraska Cornhuskers Women’s Volleyball Head Coach John Cook, “Defense wins championships,” his entire coaching philosophy is built around that. Head Coach Paul Maurice has implemented a similar philosophy since joining the Panthers last season; any player who’s been interviewed has at some […]

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ECHL Coach Profile: Swamp Rabbits’ Head Coach Andrew Lord

Now that the ECHL 2024 season has ended, every team has been halted until October 2024, when the 2025 season starts. With every team comes a coaching staff, and with every coaching staff comes a head coach manning the helm of coaching 20 or so players to do their absolute best in the Premier Double-A […]

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Calgary Hitmen Hire Dakota Krebs As Video Coach

The Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League announced they added Dakota Krebs to their coaching staff as video coach. Krebs spent two seasons with the Hitmen to end his major junior hockey career from 2018 to 2020. In 127 regular season games with the Hitmen, Krebs posted 11 goals and 39 assists while being […]

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ECHL: Trois-Rivieres Lions Forward Heading Overseas

Forward Nicolas Guay is heading overseas after spending his first two plus years as a pro in North America. Guay would spend the 2021-22 season at the University of New Brunswick where he would put up 14 goals and 11 assists for 25 assists in 18 games before signing an AHL deal with the Abbotsford […]

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The Best Landing Spots for Sam Reinhart

Sam Reinhart is set to hit free agency on July 1st on the heels of a career-best season for the 28-year-old Florida Panther. Reinhart, the 2nd overall pick in the 2014 NHL Draft, had career highs in goals, points, shot percentage, and power-play goals. The West Vancouver native enters free agency as the most coveted […]

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Winnipeg Jets Linked to Hurricanes Restricted Free Agent

The Nikolaj Ehlers talk is in full swing and the Winnipeg Jets are certainly attempting to map out the best possible outcome for the team and the player. Talks of strong interest from the Jets in a current restricted free agent (RFA) out of Carolina have only doused this fire with more gasoline. Martin Necas’ […]

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