Month: March 2022

Report: Minnesota Wild Emerge as Front Runners in the Ben Meyers Sweepstakes

The Minnesota Wild have been playing some of their best hockey of the season as they are in the midst of a seven-game win streak and have won nine of their last eleven games. With their eyes set on a playoff run and 17 games left in the regular season, the Wild are looking to […]

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Report: Toews Set For Game 1,000

It’s time to take a step back and truly enjoy and embrace the exceptional career of Jonathan Toews. Toews plays game number one-thousand Thursday at FLA Live arena in Sunrise, Florida. Toews will go down as the greatest Captian in Blackhawks history when he finally hangs up his skates. So let’s take a look back […]

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Opinion: Forsberg stays in Nashville, but for how long?

A few weeks prior to the deadline, Filip Forsberg and apparently everyone else in the hockey world was shocked by the news that Predators General Manager David Poile was shopping the veteran left-winger. Forsberg is in the final months of a six-year $36 million contract that has an AAV of $6 million. Forsberg reportedly wants […]

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Report: Montreal Canadiens sign Joshua Roy to Entry-Level Contract

The Montreal Canadiens have signed Josh Roy to the 3-year Entry-Level Contract on Wednesday morning. The contract will see Roy make $750,000 at the NHL level in 2022-23 and also contains a signing bonus of $92,500. Roy will earn $10,500 at the Junior level. During the 2023-24 & 2024-25 seasons, Roy will make $775,000. In […]

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Opinion: Five Moves The Boston Bruins Should Make In The Off-season

Playoff hockey is near, and the Boston Bruins are positioning themselves to make a run in the Eastern Conference, as evidenced by their excellent play since the beginning of the new year. The field is difficult, but the Bruins have a chance to play in another Stanley Cup Final. There is a lot to be […]

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Red Wings Prospect Update: March

After another embarrassing loss on Sunday, Red Wings fans may be looking for an escape from the current team and switching their attention toward the future. The Yzerman regime has made it clear the importance of drafting and developing talent, and some of those prospects are starting to shine in their own respective leagues. Shai […]

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Report: Canucks Gear Up for Crucial Home and Home’s

A home and home series (when two teams face off in consecutive games, one at each team’s home arena) is a lot rarer nowadays than it used to be in the NHL. The Canucks have not only one but two home and home’s to make up their next four games. I love home and homes […]

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Calgary Looks to Shed Salary During Cap Strapped Offseason

With the playoffs right around the Corner, the Calgary Flames are gearing up for a Cup run with a loaded roster that brings plenty of question marks once the season is over. This may be their one shot to win it all for Calgary while being led by players Johnny Gaudreau and Matthew Tkachuk, who […]

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Quick Preview of Bruins vs. Maple Leafs Matchup

Tonight, at 7 pm EST, the Boston Bruins will take on the Toronto Maple Leafs at TD Garden as the Bruins look to work their way back into one of the top three spots in the Atlantic Division. The game tonight should have a playoff atmosphere as the Bruins and Maple Leafs are tied at […]

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Bolts Fans Q&A: Is It Time To Panic? – My Thoughts On The Current Slump

This past week after the Lightning’s loss to the Boston Bruins, I was asked several questions by Bolts fans on Twitter, including @Drago_Lightning aka Sheri Ann, regarding Tampa’s current slump. This is my take on the current Bolts situation, but seeing how many fans online have all voiced concerns, I figured it was time to […]

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