Day: May 23, 2022

Barry Trotz

Jets: Why The Winnipeg Jets Must Hire Barry Trotz

Let’s get the obvious out of the way. Barry Trotz was born in Manitoba. Barry Trotz played junior hockey in Manitoba. Barry Trotz coached junior and university hockey in Manitoba. The Jets don’t have a coach right now, and Barry Trotz needs a job. Easy fix, right? Right? Well, not so fast there. Trotz is […]

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Rangers: If Not Hank, Do It For Igor

The New York Rangers are in the midst of their best season since 2016-17. After defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins in seven games in round one, they are now onto Carolina and are down 2-1 in the second round. Rangers fans have a lot of hope for this team and that this may finally be the […]

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Rangers: Line Shuffling Gamble Paid Off

The New York Rangers were able to play a complete 60-minute game against the Carolina Hurricanes and took a game back in the series, winning 3-1. Madison Square Garden was rocking, and the Rangers “Stars” finally decided to shine for the first time in this series. But, the most fantastic thing, and the thing that […]

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Rangers hold serve on Garden Ice, series at 2-1

Sunday afternoons Game 3 contest against the Carolina Hurricanes was about as close as you can get to a must-win scenario. On the heels of two losses in which they played some of their best defensive games of the season, Gerard Gallant entered Sunday with three new lines in hopes of generating more offense. The […]

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Avalanche forward Artturi Lehkonen taking a shot while Blues defender Justin Faulk attempts to check him

Analysis: Avalanche lock it down defensively in Game 3

Game Overview After their first loss of the playoffs Thursday, the Avalanche looked to rebound on the road. The team started off slow, falling behind 4 minutes in off an unfortunate deflection by Devon Toews on a Colton Parayko bomb. It took a bit more time, but eventually, the Avalanche stepped up their game. Most […]

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Analysis: Red Wings Potential Pick at #8, Conor Geekie

In July, the Detroit Red Wings will pick at #8 in the NHL Entry Draft. The Red Wings need a legitimate #2 center to play behind captain Dylan Larkin. For this reason, I believe that Detroit is likely to draft a center in an attempt to fill this void. Here is a look at one […]

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