Month: August 2022

Penguins Give Head Coach Mike Sullivan Three-Year Extension

The Penguins have announced that they have re-signed Head Coach Mike Sullivan to a three-year contract extension, starting at the end of the 2023-24 season and running through the 2026-27 season, per GM Ron Hextall. Sullivan led the Penguins to back-to-back Stanley Cups in 2016 and 2017. He became the first USA-born head coach to […]

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Red Wings Announce 2022 NHL Prospect Tournament Roster and Schedule

The Detroit Red Wings released their 2022 NHL prospect tournament roster and schedule on Wednesday morning. The annual event will be held in Traverse City, Michigan, from September 15th through September 19th. The Columbus Blue Jackets, Toronto Maple Leafs, Dallas Stars, and St. Louis Blues are other NHL teams competing. The roster is highlighted by […]

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2022-2023 Norris Trophy Odds

With the 2022-2023 season right around the corner with training camp opening in a couple of weeks, it’s time to start looking at the odds of the NHL’s most prominent individual player trophies. Last year the NHL saw multiple dominant defensemen take the ice, with some demonstrating extreme offensive talent on top of being lockdown […]

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Bruins 2022 Draft Pick Leaving Europe for NCAA

During this year’s 2022 NHL Entry Draft, the Bruins only had six picks from rounds two to seven. The Bruins went heavy on center as they hope to find an heir apparent to fill the roles that Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci will vacate when they eventually retire one day. One of those picks was […]

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Cale Makar Makes Prediction for Avalanche’s 2022-2023 Season

The Colorado Avalanche were a wagon last season as they dominated the NHL en route to the 2022 Stanley Cup Championship. The team was as consistent as a team could be as they rarely showed signs of struggle throughout their playoff run, and now the biggest question faces them, can they repeat their success? The […]

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Larkin still unsigned as training camp approaches

Dylan Larkin of the Detroit Red Wings is an impending UFA next summer and, as we enter September, remains unsigned. Is this a sign that the Larkin contract negotiations will be a distraction at training camp? With camp only three weeks until camp begins, there may be some tension between Larkin and the Red Wings. […]

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Report: Bruins Sign Forward to Professional Tryout

With training camp just a few weeks away, the Bruins are looking at every available option to help the team in the present and the future. Inviting players to camp to get a glimpse of their skill level and what they can bring to the ice is what this time of year is all about. […]

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Battle of the Titans: Team Canada and Team USA Face Off in the Women’s World Championship Round Robin

It was the round-robin game many hockey fans were waiting for: Team Canada and Team USA met for the final game before the elimination matches began, with the winner taking the top spot in the group. The US came into the day with the most goals scored (25) and least goals against (1). Canada, currently […]

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Report: Vegas Makes a Trade With San Jose to Bolster Goaltending Depth

The injury bug the Golden Knights faced last season has once again plagued them for the 2022-2023 season. This time derailing their goaltender depth as they have lost starter Robin Lehner for the entire season and backup Laurent Brossoit for the first few months of the season. Both goalies had off-season surgeries making them unavailable. […]

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Report: Wild Sign Sam Steel to One-year Contract

With little cap space to work with this off-season, the Minnesota Wild have been quiet. They traded away Cam Talbot and Kevin Fiala while re-signing Marc-Andre Fleury, but besides these moves, not much has happened. That changed today, with a depth signing being made to bolster the bottom six. Minnesota Wild General Manager Bill Guerin […]

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