Day: February 16, 2022

Tampa Bay Finds A Way – The Bolts Score 5 Unanswered goal to cruise past the Devils

Tuesday Night at the Prudential Center in NJ, The Tampa Bay Find-a-ways scored a colossal five unanswered goals, three of them coming in the third period, to complete a comeback. The Bolts, who were down 3-1 going into the second period, were revitalized in late in the second with goals from Captain Steven Stamkos and […]

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Rangers Bounce Back After Slow Start

For the first time in two weeks, the Rangers finally played a game, and it showed. Tuesday night, the Blueshirts kicked off their start in the second half of the season against Original Six rival, the Boston Bruins. The first twenty minutes was as sloppy a period they’ve played all season. Boston controlled the pace […]

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USA & Canada disappoint in Men’s Hockey at the Winter Olympics

There were high expectations coming into the 2022 Winter Olympics for powerhouse countries such as Team Canada and Team USA in Men’s hockey despite not having NHL players, which was a problem for Canada and USA in 2018. In 2018, USA got eliminated in the quarter-finals by Czechia in the shootout. 4 years later, USA […]

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Dylan Strome

Chicago Needs To Extend Dylan Strome; Not Trade Him

Dylan Strome has had a roller coaster of a career, from having more points than Connor McDavid in juniors. He was then drafted third overall to the Arizona Coyotes. Strome would find himself struggling to get ice time and finally would get traded to the Blackhawks, where his roller coaster of a ride would continue. […]

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Brandon Hagel

Chicago Should Not Trade Brandon Hagel

Frank Seravalli recently said that teams have offered the Blackhawks a first and a prospect for Brandon Hagel. Seravalli noted this on the Daily Faceoff Rundown podcast. He did go on to say it’s unlikely that Hagel would be moved by the upcoming trade deadline. Most people will see the package and think the Blackhawks […]

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