Day: November 19, 2022

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Game 19: Leafs Snow In Sabres With 5-2 Victory

Even though Buffalo received over six feet of snow over the past few days, the Sabres managed to make it to Toronto for a Saturday night tilt against the Leafs. Early on in this one, there was one very evident thing; the Sabres are a massive team. It felt like every second guy was 6’5 […]

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Minnesota Whitecaps players Jonna Albers (#3), Liz Schepers (#21), Sydney Brodt (#14), Sydney Baldwin (#9), and Olivia Knowles (#24), wearing their grey alternate jerseys, celebrate the game's opening goal by Brodt.

Whitecap Recap: Minnesota Loses OT Thriller to Boston, Remains Winless

The Minnesota Whitecaps finally broke Corinne Schroeder’s historic 105-save shutout streak to start the season, but it wasn’t enough to get their first win. The Boston Pride’s Sammy Davis had two goals, including the overtime winner, as the Whitecaps lost a roller-coaster 5-4 contest in overtime. 2020’s first-overall draft choice had gone without a point […]

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LGP #19: Leafs debut Reverse Retro 2.0 Jersey vs. Sabres

It’s Retro night tonight as the Leafs take on the Buffalo Sabres. The Sabres are on a seven game losing streak and will be looking to change that today as they head into tonight’s game. The Leafs hope to break the curse of losing to the teams lower in the standings with a win tonight. […]

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Minnesota Whitecaps forward Natalie Snodgrass skates wearing her home white jersey with the Whitecaps crest during their home opener against the Boston Pride on November 18, 2022.

Whitecap Recap: Minnesota Drops Home Opener, Not For Lack of Effort

One of the most anticipated games on the 2022-23 PHF schedule is in the books, with the first game in league history at Richfield Ice Arena in Richfield, MN featuring the Whitecaps and back-to-back champion Boston Pride drawing to a close. It was Pride netminder Schroeder stealing the show, though, posting her third straight shutout […]

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Bruins’ Late-Round Draft Pick Climbing The Prospect Ranks

When Riley Duran was drafted in the sixth round of the 2020 NHL Draft (182nd overall) by the Boston Bruins, the Woburn, Massachusetts native was beyond ecstatic. To say that the Bruins’ selection was a dream come true was an understatement. Duran has been a diehard fan of the Boston Bruins since he can remember. […]

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Battered by a plethora of injuries, the Columbus Blue Jackets are playing their best hockey

Elvis Merzlikins is out 1-2 weeks, Patrik Laine is out 3-4 weeks, Nick Blankenburg is out 6-8 weeks, Adam Boqvist is out 4-6 weeks, Jakub Voracek with no timetable for his return, Zach Werenski is out for the season, Justin Danforth, out for the season, and Jake Bean looks like his season will be over […]

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Thunder Thoughts: Noah Corson

The ECHL is a league with many untold stories, and my goal is to unveil those stories to my readers. Today we will look at the story of Noah Corson, who started skating at three years old and a year later began playing hockey a year later. The Corson family is filled with hockey history […]

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Five Red Wings Prospects who could be in Detroit next season

The Detroit Red Wings have missed the playoffs for six consecutive seasons. General manager Steve Yzerman is currently in his fourth season after successfully building a championship team in Tampa Bay. Through his time as general manager, Yzerman has been stockpiling prospects through the draft in order to return the Red Wings to prominence in […]

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Penguins Get Much Needed Win Over Wild

The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Minnesota Wild 6-4 at Xcel Energy Center yesterday. Eight minutes and 15 seconds into the first period, Penguins captain Sidney Crosby gave the Penguins a 1-0 lead. With two minutes and 57 seconds left, forward Ryan Poehling extended the Penguins lead to 2-0. Shots were five to four in favor […]

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