Day: June 17, 2022

Four Team’s Set to Meet With Top Non-NHL Free Agent

With the Bruins’ roster filled with many question marks up and down the lineup, this off-season, general manager Don Sweeney will have to make some splashes in free agency or via trades if they want a chance to compete next season. With their defense and left-winger Brad Marchand banged up from offseason surgery that will […]

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The Future between the Pipes for the Maple Leafs

In the last few weeks, there have been many questions surrounding the future in the crease for the Toronto Maple Leafs, with names like Josh Gibson, Matt Murray, our very own Jack Campbell, and of course, going to the open market. But the question remains: who will be between the pipes next season? Jack Campbell: […]

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Chris Drury

Where do the Rangers go from here?

It was fun while it lasted. The 2021-22 New York Rangers far exceeded the expectations set for them in October at the beginning of the season as they finished just two wins shy of the franchise’s first appearance in the Stanley Cup Final since 2014. So, where do they go from here? General Manager Chris […]

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What Does New Jersey Do With The #2 Pick?

While the Stanley Cup Final is going on, the offseason has started for every other club. Organizations are looking for coaches, and others are examining ways to improve their teams for the next season. The lottery draft has already come and gone, and teams know their fate. Montreal was the big winner in that regard, […]

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DeBrincat and Kane

Opinion: Sending DeBrincat to the Devils is the right move

The Stanley cup finals are underway, and Kyle Davidson should be working the phone lines with the NHL draft less than a month away. With the Blackhawks heading down a rebuild, the central question for Blackhawks fans is, will Alex DeBrincat be traded, or will he sign an eight-year deal worth a massive amount of […]

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