Day: June 27, 2022

Detroit Red Wings: Current State of the Red Wings Roster, 1.0

The Detroit Red Wings currently have 20 players signed to NHL deals next season. In total, the Red Wings have the ability to sign up to 18 more players to fill out their allotment of 50 contracts. General Manager Steve Yzerman has a great deal of work to do as he enters the busiest time […]

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Anaheim Interested In Bringing Back Defenseman

The 2021-22 season has officially come to a close. The Colorado Avalanche are Stanley Cup Champions. All teams can now turn their heads and look for ways to improve and gear up for next season. With the amount of big names on the open market, one name to watch for is Josh Manson. After winning […]

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2 Potential Trade Candidates for the Maple Leafs

There haven’t been many discussions between the Toronto Maple Leafs, Jack Campbell, and/or Ilya Mikheyev regarding their contracts for next season, leading some to think they are on their way out of town. However, in the news around the NHL, there have been some rumors about available players on the trade market, so here are […]

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Winnipeg Jets Shopping Team Captain

With the Colorado Avalanche hoisting the Stanley Cup last night, it officially marks the end of the 2021-2022 season. Teams can now officially look forward to the off-season as free agency opens on July 13th. In the meantime, teams will look at the trade market as many big names are being floated around this year, […]

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New Jersey Devils Should Look To Trade For Nicolas Hague

The defense was once the bread and butter of Devils hockey. The Devils loved their defense by boasting names like Scott Stevens, Ken Daneyko, Scott Niedermayer, Brian Rafalski, and even Andy Greene. They not only thrived off of it, but they lived it, and it helped capture three Stanley cups. While management has turned its […]

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Gary Bettman Press Conference

The Highest Earners in the NHL

As the fifth-wealthiest professional sports league worldwide, the National Hockey League has some of the highest earners in global sport. Few other games can match hockey’s high-octane and immensely physical nature, so it’s unsurprising that the players are rewarded so handsomely. Moreover, with an average of 460,000 television viewers for each NHL match, there’s no […]

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Colorado Avalanche win first Stanley Cup since 2001 with rally in Game 6

TAMPA, Fla. — Denver, Colorado is the hockey capital of the world. The Colorado Avalanche are Stanley Cup champions for the first time since 2001 after defeating the reigning two-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 6 of the Cup Final on Sunday. Artturi Lehkonen scored the game winner in the second period. Darcy […]

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