Month: January 2022

Inside The Rink Bettor's Row

Toronto Looks to Remain Hot

Tonight, the NHL back is back with five games on the slate. While the board offers a few intriguing match-ups, Toronto Vs. New Jersey has jumped off the paper the most. While general manager Tommy Fitzgerald has done in New Jersey in regards to drafting a plethora of young talent, they have not shown the […]

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Kirby Dach

Is it time to hit the panic button on Dach

Is it time to hit the panic button on the 2019 third overall pick? When ex-general manager Stan Bowman picked him, it has some Blackhawks fans scratching their heads. Now those same fans have their pitchforks and torches screaming bust in the streets of Twitter. Could they possibly be right? Since coming into the NHL, […]

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Wild Ink Greenway To Three-Year Deal

The Minnesota Wild have agreed to terms on a three-year extension with forward Jordan Greenway, as announced by the team on Monday. The deal will extend through the 2024-25 season. Greenway, 24, was drafted by the Wild as a second-round pick (50th overall) back in 2015. He was on the final season of a two-year […]

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Boston Bruins Mid-Season Report Card

As the Boston Bruins passed the season’s midway mark, it is time to evaluate the team. The Bruins have had an eventful season, beginning with an unbalanced schedule. A bout with COVID throughout the team caused some creative roster maneuvers by General Manager Don Sweeney and lineup manipulation from Head Coach Bruce Cassidy and his […]

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Even With the Flash of Trevor Zegras, Moritz Seider Should Be the Favorite For the Calder

There’s been a lot of debate online recently between the fan bases of the Anaheim Ducks and the Detroit Red Wings about their respective rookie of the year candidates. Ducks’ forward Trevor Zegras has been plastered all over Twitter with his “Dishigan” assist and, most recently, his “Michigan” goal against Montreal last week. From this […]

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Golden Knights lock up three players for future

It was a busy off day Sunday as Vegas General Manager Kelly McCrimmon announced that the team signed Brayden McNabb, Michael Amadio, and Logan Thompson to contract extensions. McNabb’s extension is for three years and carries a cap hit of 2.85 M. McNabb has been with the Golden Knights from the start after being selected […]

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Report: Kent Hughes will trade Jeff Petry if the situation presents itself

On September 25, 2020, the Montreal Canadiens announced they had signed D Jeff Petry to an extension worth 6.25AAV over four years. Jeff Petry has been playing amazing in the last couple of seasons, and he was off to a great start last season. The 34-year old defenceman is a consistent 40 point man and […]

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The NHL Butterfly Effect

Since the full-season lockout of 04/05, the NHL has seen a dramatic increase in players and stars under six feet tall. There were the early diminutive trailblazers like Henri and Maurice Richard and Ted Lindsey. They played in an era that would give all of the health and safety experts of today that sit at […]

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Comparing the Oilers to Other Teams With Generational Talent

The term “generational talent” gets thrown around far too often these days. I consider a talent to be generational when they are the clear-cut best player in the world for the majority of their careers. There may be a few exceptions, such as Crosby and Ovechkin both being generational talents at the top of their […]

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What’s next for Canucks now that the front office is in place?

The Canucks front office now has all of its main pieces in place for the next few years to come after completing the hiring of Patrick Allvin as General Manager this week. This is coming a few days after the hiring of Émilie Castonguay as Assistant GM. The two new hires join Jim Rutherford (President […]

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