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Day: June 14, 2022

Forward TJ Tynan Remains in the Los Angeles Kings Organization

TJ Tynan, the MVP of the American Hockey League this season, has signed a two-year contract extension with the LA Kings, the team announced on Tuesday. Per http://www.capfriendly.com, the contract carries an annual cap hit of $787,500 if Tynan plays in the NHL. Tynan was absolutely dominant for the Ontario Reign this season. In his […]

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Analytics: Breaking down the matchup between the Avalanche and Lightning

The 2022 Stanley cup playoffs have had three sweeps. All three sweeps belong to the final two teams. Both teams have shown they deserve to be finalists and are the top 2 teams in the league. Both teams have won 4 straight games to move on and have controlled most of their games throughout the […]

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Breaking: Red Wings Sign Goalie Jussi Olkinuora

On Tuesday night, it was reported that the Red Wings have signed Finnish goaltender Jussi Olkinuora to a one-year, two-way contract. According to CapFriendly, the deal is worth $750,000 at the NHL level and $375,000 at the AHL level. This signing is a bit of a surprise as Olkinuora is technically under contract with EHC […]

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Jets: Coaching Update – Trotz Watch

Okay. Apparently, we still don’t have a coach. After several of my last posts, many comments sound like, “I don’t care about draft picks. We need to hire a F$%#ing coach!”  I get it. You are frustrated. Me too. This is what I do know. Two people are holding things up. Barry and Gary. As […]

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Carter Hutton hangs up the skates at 36

Journeyman goaltender Carter Hutton announced his retirement on Tuesday at the age of 36. Hutton was acquired by the Toronto Maple Leafs in February from the Arizona Coyotes for future considerations but never stepped on the ice for the Leafs. “Honestly, I’ve been preparing myself for hockey to be over in some aspect for a while,” Hutton […]

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Bruce Cassidy Finds New Home in the NHL

Last week the Boston Bruins made a head-scratching move when they moved on from head coach Bruce Cassidy. After being told he would finish out his contract by general manager Don Sweeney, Sweeney went to Cassidy’s house and broke the news of the firing. Many Bruins fans were in an uproar in the days since […]

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Rangers: Should They Trade For First Round Pick?

The New York Rangers remarkable 2021-22 season has officially come to an end. It featured 102 regular and postseason games, and each of them featured some incredible moments. By making the Eastern Conference Finals and winning the first two postseason series against Pittsburgh and Carolina, the Rangers forfeited their first-round selection to the Winnipeg Jets. […]

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Detroit Red Wings: Analyzing Every Center in the Organization

The Detroit Red Wings are deeper down the middle than they were one year ago but remain thin throughout most of the organization. Dylan Larkin was the best Red Wings player for most of the season, and Pius Suter proved to be a middle-six center on a non-playoff team. The next couple of drafts will […]

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Brayden Point

Brayden Point practices with Lightning, status unknown for Game 1.

Brayden Point could return for the Stanley Cup Final, but his status for Game 1 remains unknown. Point, who has missed ten games since sustaining a lower-body injury in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal against the Toronto Maple Leafs on May 14, was a full participant when the Tampa Bay Lightning practiced Monday. […]

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Buffalo Beauts: A fascinating offseason so far

The off-season choices by Buffalo Beats general manager Nathanial Oliver have been interesting. The first move of the off-season for the Beauts was the monumental signing of the once and future Beaut, Mikyla Grant-Mentis.  The Beauts have led the PHF in off-season signings, standing at thirteen signed players. The Beauts had to overcome the loss […]

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