Month: October 2022

Grand Rapids Griffins Weekly Report #3

Jonatan Berggren returned to the lineup and helped Grand Rapids earn a split of the weekend series in Texas. The Stars won the opening game on Saturday 5-2. The Griffins replied with a 4-3 victory on Sunday. Grand Rapids were without Matt Luff and Givani Smith, who were both recalled to play for Detroit. Luff […]

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Denis Malgin skating through the neutral-zone vs. Ducks

Post-Game Analysis: Maple Leafs Drop Fourth Straight Loss in Anaheim Vs. Ducks

    On the eve of Halloween night, the Toronto Maple Leafs dropped their fourth straight loss, this time to the Anaheim Ducks 4-3. It was a game that needed overtime after a late comeback from the home side. The Maple Leafs now hold a 4-4-2 record and sit seventh in the Atlantic Division. On the other […]

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Red Wings Prospect Update: October

While many fans have turned their attention to the early success of the Red Wings 2022-23 season, there is still more excitement to come. With another year of development and another draft in 2022, where the Red Wings had high-value picks, Detroit has one of the deepest prospect pools in the NHL. Here’s a look […]

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Leafs Game Preview #10: Leafs Look to Rebound vs. Struggling Ducks

After yet another loss where the effort wasn’t good enough, the Leafs look to pull out at least one win on their California road trip. The Ducks are last in the NHL currently, and all of the Leafs’ losses this year have come against teams that didn’t make the playoffs last year, so they need […]

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Seth Jones

Breaking: Seth Jones Injured

MASSIVE news broke Sunday; the Chicago Blackhawks announced that number-one defenseman Seth Jones would miss the next three to four weeks with a thumb injury. Add this to the injury to Tyler Johnson, and the injury bug has started to spread across the Blackhawks locker room. Filip Roos will slot into the lineup tonight at […]

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Penguins: The Story Behind Each Player’s Jersey Number

As a hockey fan growing up with the NHL video games, I was obsessed with changing players’ numbers, wearing different jerseys, editing rosters and teams, and making things my own in my little world. Those players never got a say in what number they wore, as I forced them to wear a certain number for […]

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Flyers Goaltender Sees a Resurgence

Goaltending development can be unpredictable at times. It can take longer for some goalies to progress to the National Hockey League. Netminders can be inconsistent. Some figure it out, while others never do. And some start hot in their rookie season and burst onto the scene. The latter was Philadelphia Flyers’ goalie Carter Hart. Hart […]

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Red Wings: A Look at the Detroit Defensemen

The Detroit Red Wings have gone with the same three defense pairings since opening night against Montreal. Initially, the Red Wings looked solid in their own end and sometimes even contributed offensively. Nearing the end of October, the Red Wings look like a team that plays better in their own end compared to last year […]

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Mitch Marner and Michael Bunting celebrating in Leafs alternate jerseys

Post-Game Analysis: Leafs Fall 4-2 Vs. Kings in Los Angeles

   The Toronto Maple Leafs were defeated by the Los Angeles Kings 4-2 at Arena on Saturday night. A game with its ups and downs ended with another frustrating result for the Maple Leafs, who now hold a record of 4-41. The Kings have lost three of their last four were the underdogs coming into […]

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Markstrom Looks for Redemption in Battle of Alberta Match Up

Jacob Markstrom is set to start against the Edmonton Oilers tonight at 8 p.m. Mountain Time at the Saddledome. This will be Markstrom’s first start against the Oilers since being eliminated in the postseason. The goaltender put up a .848 SV% in the postseason series. Markstrom is currently 4-0-0 with a 2.50 GAA and a […]

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