Month: February 2022

Odds for the 2022 Stanley Cup Champion

These next couple of weeks are when you start to see which teams are going all in for the quest to raise the Stanley Cup. With less than a month to go till the NHL trade deadline and two months to go till the end of the regular season, the top teams in the league […]

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Kyle Davidson

Breaking News: Kyle Davidson To Be Named GM Tuesday

The news all Chicago Blackhawks fans have been waiting for. According to Frank Seravalli, the next general manager of the Blackhawks is going to be announced Tuesday. Kyle Davidson will be just the tenth General Manager in franchise history. This is not much of a surprise as Kyle Davidson he been the front runner from […]

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Game Preview: The Bruins Look To Continue Hot Stretch Against Red Hot Kings

The Boston Bruins have won four in a row and continue to gain ground in the Atlantic Division standings. The Bruins (31-17-4) are now in the first wild card spot with 66 points, one point ahead of the Washington Capitals. Boston continues their West Coast swing with a date with the streaking Los Angeles Kings […]

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BREAKING: Russia and Belarus are removed from further IIHF competition

Russia and Belarus are banned from future IIHF competitions, which include the moving of the 2023 World Juniors that were set to take place in St. Petersburg due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In the leading days to today’s announcement, there was pressure from fans and the media for the IIHF to relocate the World […]

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What Assets do the Bruins Have Stashed?

Winning in Boston isn’t something you hope for; it’s expected to happen every year in all four major sports. This is due to the winning culture that was established by the early greats of Boston teams. You don’t just hope your team is above .500 in the win column and maybe making a playoff berth […]

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Are the Surging Bruins the Sleeper in the East?

Since Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy exclaimed that his team needs to “play more like pricks,” the Bruins have won four straight and look more like a Stanley Cup contender by the day. Cassidy’s comments came after an embarrassing effort in a 4-1 loss at the New York Islanders on February 17th. The coach’s […]

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Niklas Hjalmarsson

A Look Back At Niklas Hjalmarsson’s Career as his legacy night approaches

Hjalmarsson day is fast approaching! The Chicago Blackhawks are honoring Niklas Hjalmarsson on March 3rd at the United Center as the Blackhawks face the Edmonton Oilers to end a six-game homestand. Chicago would select the young Swedish defenseman back in 2005 in the fourth round, one hundred and eighth overall. Niklas Hjalmarsson would go on […]

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Does Zach Senyshyn Deserve a Second Chance?

Second chances in sports are sometimes hard to come by, even if a player seems to deserve one and never got a chance the first time around. This is usually the case with young players who are trying to make a name for themselves and break on to the big stage. Sometimes overcrowding at a […]

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Patrick Kane

Hagel & Kane Record Hat Tricks as Blackhawks Roll Past Devils

What did my eyes just witness!? Going into the game Friday night, you would have expected a boring lackadaisical game between two teams destined to miss the playoffs. Instead of the Chicago Blackhawks and New Jersey Devils giving their fans the best game of the year. Well, if you’re on the Blackhawk’s side. Chicago came […]

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Which Red Wings Could We See On Different Teams After the Trade Deadline?

The Red Wings have been a much-improved team compared to the previous five seasons as they currently sit fifth in the Atlantic Division with a 23-23-6 record and are still in the Eastern Conference Wildcard hunt at the end of February. It would be justifiable if Red Wings General Manager, Steve Yzerman, decided not to […]

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