Day: May 24, 2022

Kirby Dach

Blackhawks: Bruins reporter proposes a Kirby Dach trade scenario

The offseason has officially arrived, and the crazy trade packages are swiftly following in its footsteps. Kevin Paul DuPont of the Boston Globe has thrown out a trade package of Jake DeBrusk and Brandon Carlo to the Chicago Blackhawks for Kirby Dach… Yeah, you didn’t read that wrong. So let us go ahead and entertain […]

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If Carolina Wins The East, Are The Bruins Better Than You Think?

Some of the sting of the Boston Bruins’ first-round exit has subsided. Patrice Bergeron might retire (gasp!). General Manager Don Sweeney still has not been extended. Will Bruce Cassidy be the coach next season? What changes will be made to the roster that struggled in five-on-five play and failed to win a road game in […]

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Bruins: Is Fabian Lysell Ready?

After a disappointing end of the season, there are a lot of questions that need answering for the Boston Bruins. Is Bergeron retiring, should they deal a big piece, and is a complete rebuild in order, just to name a few. There are a bunch of hard truths to swallow and not a lot of […]

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Analysis: Red Wings Potential Pick at #8, Frank Nazar

In July, the Detroit Red Wings will pick at #8 in the NHL Entry Draft. The Red Wings will most likely draft the player they view as the best player available. If the Red Wings decide to go local, Frank Nazar is a possible candidate at #8. He plays RW and center and would immediately […]

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How has Nikita Kucherov fared in the Playoffs since his rookie season?

With the official sweep of the president trophy-winning Florida Panthers last night, the Tampa Bay Lightning are now one step closer to accomplishing a three-peat. An Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Carolina Hurricanes or New York Ranger separates the Lightning and the Stanley Cup Finals. A big part of the Lightnings’ success over the […]

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Rangers: Game 4 Preview

It is New York Rangers game day. Tonight, the Rangers take on the Carolina Hurricanes for the fourth game of this second-round matchup. With the series at a 2-1 advantage, the Blueshirts are looking to even up the series in front of their home crowd. Let’s take a look at what we should expect in […]

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Why the Selke should be renamed the Patrice Bergeron Trophy

Since entering the league in 2003, Patrice Bergeron has been one of the most productive and consistent two-way forwards. The 18-year veteran has been a consistent 20-goal scorer, team leader, and one of the best defensive forwards to ever play the game. When a fan or player thinks of the Selke Trophy, they don’t think […]

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