Day: July 20, 2022
Red Wings Re-Sign Chase Pearson to a One-Year Extension
Steve Yzerman has been busy this summer after making a splash in free agency last week, signing the likes of Andrew Copp and David Perron. Now, Yzerman has moved on to working on getting his three restricted free agents under contract and has started with Chase Pearson. On Wednesday night, Cap Friendly reported that Pearson […]Read More
Bruins Hire Former Player as Assistant Coach
The Boston Bruins hired a new assistant coach to Jim Montgomery’s staff on Wednesday. Former Bruins defenseman John Gruden will be behind the Bruins’ bench this season. Gruden spent the last four seasons as an assistant with the New York Islanders. Gruden was an eighth-round pick of the Bruins in 1990 and played 59 career […]Read More
Current State Of The Devils Roster
Preview The New Jersey Devils management has given the fan base a reason to be joyful. The off-season has been full of fireworks and the good kind. Tom Fitzgerald grabbed the best defensemen in the draft in Simon Nemec. Every position got an upgrade, and Fitzgerald has checked off all the boxes on his checklist. […]Read More
Can Johnny Beecher Take The Next Step?
Don Sweeney has his fair share of critics regarding his drafting in recent years. Players like Vaakanainen, Senyshyn, and Studnicka haven’t lived up to their expectations, and most blame must be put on Sweeney’s shoulders. People have started to doubt that Beecher will become anything mainly due to his low point totals, which is a […]Read More
Puljujarvi or Yamamoto? Why Not Both?
The Edmonton Oilers took care of some important business during the first week of free agency, locking up a new starting goaltender in Jack Campbell and bringing back important pieces like Evander Kane and Brett Kulak. The Oilers have made most of their big moves, but they still have a few RFAs left to re-sign […]Read More
Bruins Sign Three Players; Two RFA’s Remain
Boston Bruins fans are awaiting decisions on Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci and whether David Pastrnak will sign an extension before he hits free agency next season. Until then, Don Sweeney has been signing depth pieces for the parent club and filling out the AHL Providence Bruins’ roster. On Monday, the team announced the signings […]Read More
Report: Bruins could add former player as they look for additional forward depth
The Bruins’ off-season has been a wild one but also most recently a quiet one. It was apparent the Bruins weren’t going to be big spenders when free agency opened six days ago on July 13th; with a team needing to retool for the 2022-2023 season, many were expecting something to happen. The Bruins’ lack […]Read More