Day: October 14, 2022

Golden Knights Are Learning That Bruce Cassidy Is a No-Nonsense Coach

Ask Brandon Carlo about Bruce Cassidy. Ask Jake DeBrusk about his former coach. Ask Jack Studnicka how his development as a professional hockey player progressed with Bruce Cassidy as his coach. Ask any members of Cassidy’s old club about their former mentor, and you will get some interesting stories and insight into the new head […]

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Penguins beat Coyotes 6-2 in home opener

Sidney Crosby had a goal and two assists in the Penguins’ 6-2 win against the Arizona Coyotes yesterday in the team’s season opener at PPG Paints Arena. He has now officially skated in his 18th NHL season, which passes Mario Lemieux for the most seasons with the Penguins. Crosby is currently in second for the […]

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Take Me Out To a Pride Game

With the Pride’s first home game coming in just over two weeks on November 4th, excitement is starting to stir about finally going to a Pride home game. Part of going to a game is figuring out where to park, where to sit, what food is available, and what is the atmosphere of the game. […]

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Injuries Force Jim Montgomery to Juggle Lineup For Second Game of the Season

The Boston Bruins got off to a scorching start to the season with a 5-2 barn burner on the road in Washington. The Bruins got off to a 3-0 lead early before putting it away in the third period. A lot of their success was due to the Bruins’ new all-Czech line of Pavel Zacha, […]

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Filip Bratt Is Ready For His First Professional Season in North America

About a month ago, I said I believe Fillip Bratt has a chance to report to start the season with the Adirondack Thunder. On Sunday, October 9th, it became official that the 20-year-old Bratt would begin his first season in North America under new head coach Pete MacArthur. Thunder fans and fans of the New […]

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Report: Charlie McAvoy Gives an Update on His Return

The Bruins kicked off their season the other night with a 5-2 victory on the road against the Washington Capitals. The Bruins were missing some key players as they work their way back from offseason surgery. One of the biggest names missing was defenseman Charlie McAvoy, who is still rehabbing from shoulder surgery that was […]

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Patrik Laine, out 3-4 weeks, who will step in for the Columbus Blue Jackets?

The Johnny Gaudreau/ Patrik Laine show has been postponed. During Wednesday night’s season opener against the Carolina Hurricanes, Laine suffered a sprained elbow and will be sidelined for 3-4 weeks. Both Laine and the Blue Jackets dodged a bullet, as the injury could have been worse. Patrik Laine scored the lone goal for the Blue […]

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LA Kings Seattle Kraken

LA Kings can’t find offense in Brandt Clarke’s NHL debut

The LA Kings dropped a 4-1 decision on Thursday night to the Seattle Kraken and are 0-2-0 to start the year. Scoring 1st Period Jaden Schwartz (1) (Power Play), Assists: Jordan Eberle (1), Andre Burakovsky (1) Alex Iafallo (1) (Power Play), Unassisted 2nd Period Brandon Tanev (1), Assists: Will Borgen (1) Alex Wennberg (1), Assists: Matty Beniers (2), Oliver Bjorkstrand (1) 3rd Period Adam […]

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Kraken's Morgan Geekie awaits face-off

Kraken Victorious in Second Game of a Back-to-Back vs. Los Angeles

    After dropping Wednesday’s contest against the Anaheim Ducks 5-4 in overtime, The Seattle Kraken rebounded on Thursday evening with an impressive 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings. It was a very back-and-forth style game between these two pacific teams. Ultimately, the Kraken’s effort put them ahead of a Kings team with some real talent. […]

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Colorado Avalanche Calgary Flames

Takeaways: Avalanche can’t overcome slow start, fall 5-3 in Calgary

Tasked with a back-to-back set to start their season, the Colorado Avalanche couldn’t overcome a four-goal deficit in the third period, falling to the Calgary Flames, 5-3, on Thursday night. Scoring 1st Period: Bowen Byram (1), Assists: Devon Toews (2), Nathan MacKinnon (3) Brett Ritchie (1), Assists: Milan Lucic (1), MacKenzie Weegar (1) 2nd Period: Dillon Dube (1) (Shorthanded), Assists: Andrew Mangiapane […]

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