Day: January 5, 2022

Empty NHL Building

NHL Files Lawsuit Against Insurance Companies for Over $1 Billion in Losses

According to Rick Westhead of the popular TSN Canada website, the NHL filed a lawsuit against multiple insurance companies for losses sustained due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This news comes as many teams have been feeling the financial pressures of the pandemic and as Canadian buildings have started reopening with reduced capacity. According to Westhead’s […]

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Flyers Limp Home After Four-Game Road Trip

For a brief moment, the overall mood surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers began trending upwards. After the putrid ten-game losing streak and firing of Alain Vigneault, the team embarked on an extended point streak, clawing their way back into the Eastern Conference playoff picture. In the minds of some, Philadelphia looked like a team that could […]

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Alex Nylander

Breaking News: Alex Nylander was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins.

The Chicago Blackhawks have made a trade with the Pittsburgh Penguins out of nowhere. Chicago traded Alex Nylander to the Penguins for Sam Lafferty. This trade finally puts an end to the Nylander experiment. Alex never worked out in Chicago and, indeed, never lived up to his hype. While in Chicago, he would play sixty-five […]

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McLeod Watching

Draft year In 2018, the Oilers had the 40th overall selection in the 2nd round of the NHL Entry Draft. With that pick, the Oilers drafted Ryan McLeod, who played for the Mississauga Steelheads in the OHL and had a phenomenal draft year, putting up 70 points (26 goals, 44 assists) through 68 games. As […]

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Opinion: Perfecting The Rangers Power Play

While you might be looking at the title of this article and saying to yourself, ‘the Rangers power play is fine,’ or ‘the Rangers power play is good,’ hear me out. The New York Rangers are 7th in the league on the power play. 7th isn’t bad, but I’m sure the team would like to […]

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