Day: November 1, 2022

Player Profile: Chandler Stephenson

Chandler Stephenson was born on April 22, 1994, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Stephenson grew up in a hockey family. Stephenson’s uncle, Bob Stephenson, played in the National Hockey League and the World Hockey Association while cousin Joey Kocur was a winger for the Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers, and Vancouver Canucks who amassed over 2,500 […]

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Thunder Get Spooked By Railers As Losing Woes Continue

“I don’t even think it’s that we haven’t played well, are breakdowns are huge, we’re just giving it to the them, Ya, they’re good, but we suck right now,” was Head Coach Pete MacArthur’s response to if Worcester was the better team or not, and his quote perfectly describes the past weekend for the Thunder. […]

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Mitch Marner celebrates goal with Auston Matthews

Maple Leafs: Why It’s Okay to Breathe After Slow Start

    The Toronto Maple Leafs entered the season with the second-best odds of winning the greatest trophy in professional sports. High expectations for a team coming off its best regular season in franchise history. Many in the hockey universe projected this roster to be among the best, despite completely new goaltending and a vastly different bottom-six. […]

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Philipp Kurashev

The Blackhawks are a must-watch team

If you have yet to tune in to the Chicago Blackhawks this season, you have missed out on the beat show in the Windy City! The Blackhawks have been absolute must-watch tv since the puck dropped on opening night. The start of the season has been a pleasant surprise as the Blackhawks were thrown to […]

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This Week On Oilers Hockey: 4

They are second in their division and third in the whole league as I’m typing this. They went undefeated in a three-game road trip and had four straight wins, heading into a three-game homestand. Hard to complain when you have those things, right? But come on, this is the Edmonton Oilers we’re talking about. If […]

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Player Profile: Linus Ullmark

Linus Ullmark was born on July 31, 1993 in Lugnvik, Sweden. As a 15-year-old goaltender, Ullmark played 14 games in his native country for the Kramfors-Alliansen Junior-18 Elite team posting a 3.93 goals against average, and a .895 save percentage. In 2009-10, Ullmark would change teams to MODO Junior-18, posting similar numbers. It was in […]

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October Recap for Rebuilding Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings finished the month of October with mixed feelings after a relatively strong start to the season. The Red Wings played nine games and finished with a 4-3-2 record. After Monday’s humiliating 8-3 loss in Buffalo, the Red Wings remain in the mix for the final Wild Card birth in the playoff […]

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