Day: May 5, 2022

Maple Leafs face Reality Check

Coming off a fantastic start to the series against the Tampa Bay Lightning in game one, the Toronto Maple Leafs received a reality check in game two. Although they attempted to make it a game in the third, the Maple Leafs dropped the second game 5-3. Now, the series turns to a best-of-five with three games […]

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Bruins Marchand and Forbort each fined $5,000 by NHL Player Safety for stick Infractions

The Department of NHL Player Safety announced $5,000 fines for two Boston Bruins players for stick infractions in Game 2 of the 5-2 win by the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday night. Brad Marchand was fined $5,000 for slashing Carolina goalie Pyotr Kochetkov during the second period and with the Bruins down 4-1. Kochetkov looked to […]

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Is this the last hoorah for the big three in Pittsburgh?

Every year since 2018, the question of if this is the final year the Penguins will be competitive always gets asked. Ever since that question was first asked following their 2017 Finals win, the Pens have continued to make all the doubters wrong and make the playoffs. However, they haven’t been able to get past […]

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Red Wings: Prospects Ready to Arrive in Detroit

The Detroit Red Wings prospect pool is ready to continue to bring important players to professional hockey in North America next season. The Red Wings have several players who are set to arrive and play in either Detroit or Grand Rapids (AHL) to start the 2022-2023 season. Here is a look at the next arrivals […]

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Is Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy’s Job On The Line Friday Night?

Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy met with the media postgame on Wednesday night after a 5-2 Game 2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes, which put the Bruins in a 2-0 hole in their best-seven-series with Carolina. Cassidy talked about “timely” plays and how the Bruins would carry play for a good portion of the […]

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Seth Jones

Blackhawks Defenseman and Goaltenders Grades for the 21′-22′ Season

The ash is finally settling after a dumpster fire of a season from the Chicago Blackhawks; anything and everything that could have gone wrong went wrong. While it was a tough one for Chicago, the season was eye-opening for the organization, ultimately leading them down a rebuild. But before we take a look at the […]

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