Day: April 26, 2022

Maple Leafs: Auston Matthews joins the 60-goal club!

Auston Matthews has accomplished something that has only happened 20 times in NHL history. He has scored 60 goals in an NHL season. It has been a feat that hasn’t been seen since 2011-12, when Steven Stamkos did it. It has been a rare accomplishment, but Matthews hit the 60-goal mark tonight against the Detroit […]

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Bruins Announce Winners of 2021-2022 Awards

Tonight, April 26th, ahead of their matchup with the Florida Panthers, the Boston Bruins announced the 2021-2022 season awards recipients. These awards highlight different achievements individual players made throughout the season on and off the ice to contribute to the team and the community. Eddie Shore Award The first award to be announced is the […]

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Vegas Golden Knights

Golden Knights Playoffs Hopes are Very Slim but Still Alive

Here’s how the western conference playoff picture shakes out as of Tuesday morning. For Dallas, a regulation win tonight against Vegas means they’re safe, and the Golden Knights are eliminated. An overtime loss doesn’t kill Vegas as they do hold the tiebreaker over the Stars, but it means they’d be four points back with two […]

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Rangers: End of Season Team Awards

The past 365 days for the Rangers have been a whirlwind. Once the regular season is officially over Friday night against the Washington Capitals, I’ll be releasing my season review. Until then, these are my team awards. While many categories have been set in stone, I’ll make up some of my own. MVP: Igor Shesterkin, […]

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Shea Weber: The Missing Captain

It’s becoming clear that no one really knows what Shea Weber is up to. When we talk about leadership, we see what players do within the community and how they lead the team on the ice. An excellent example of this would be Nick Suzuki’s comments reflecting on what Guy Lafleur meant to him. As […]

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Erik Haula Makes History In Bruins-Habs Rivalry

When the Bruins signed Erik Haula in the offseason, not much was thought of, as he was projected to be a bottom-six forward. Fast forward to this point in the season, and Haula has been quite the revelation for Boston this season. Haula was never known to be a steady point producer throughout his career, […]

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Breaking News: Maple Leafs sign Dryden McKay

The Toronto Maple Leafs have announced they signed this year’s Hobey Baker winner (given to the top NCAA men’s hockey player) goaltender Dryden McKay to a 2-year AHL contract. McKay went undrafted in the NHL Draft, was a college free agent who played the last four seasons at Minnesota State University (Mankato), and has chosen […]

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Jonathan Toews

Blackhawks: If This Is Toews Final Games In Chicago, It’s Okay

Hopefully, Blackhawks fans haven’t checked out just yet. The Blackhawks have absolutely nothing to play for, but Blackhawks fans could be watching the final games of one of the most iconic players that will ever play for the Blackhawks. Jonathan Toews has had a crazy up and down season. In fact, his last few seasons […]

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