Day: December 28, 2021

Canadian NHL Games Postponed due to Attendance Restrictions

Returning off a holiday break in the NHL schedule, most fans had hoped to see a return of a semi-regular NHL schedule. Little did we know what was in store. The NHL announced that they would be postponing games that were being held in Canadian markets due to a restriction in attendance capacity. There is […]

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NHL Gets Hammered by NHL Player Over Olympic Decision

It’s not often you have players take to the internet to voice their displeasures with the league and the players association. Regardless of how you feel about Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand, his stance against the NHL and NHLPA is interesting. Listen, COVID isn’t the topic of this article, nor is the risks of traveling […]

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Breaking News: Team USA Forced To Forfeit At World Juniors

The defending World Junior gold medalists have run into some adversity in just their second game of the 2022 tournament. It was announced that Team USA has been forced to forfeit their game against Switzerland scheduled due to multiple positive tests for COVID-19. The game was scheduled for Tuesday afternoon in Red Deer, Alberta. The […]

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NHL Set to Resume: Golden Knights Highlight the Night

As of the publishing of this article, the NHL is set to resume, following a holiday break and a severe outbreak of Covid-19. There are three games on the docket for today, with a new structure in place to resolve some of the Covid outbreak issues. The Canadiens vs. the Lightning will start at 7:30 […]

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Top 5 Left-Wingers in Chicago Blackhawks History

Founded in 1926, Chicago has a deep history of left-wingers pulling on the sweater. From irreplaceable role players to some of the greatest of all time. Honorable Mentions: Bryan Bickell: Bickell was Selected 41st by Chicago in 2004 and would go on to score one of the biggest goals in franchise history. Bickell would break […]

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