Day: December 16, 2022

Derek Forbort Is A Difference Maker For The Bruins Penalty Kill

The Bruins have been electric so far this season, and there’s not much to complain about when it comes to this team. They have been doing it all, from goal scoring, defense, and spectacular goaltending. One player has been a major key to the Bruins, though, and his absence was noticeable. When Derek Forbort suffered […]

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Jakub Vrana Returns from NHL/NHLPA player assistance program

On Friday morning, the Detroit Red Wings and the NHL/NHLPA announced that forward Jakub Vrana had been returned to available status. Vrana joined his teammates in practice Friday morning wearing a blue, non-contact jersey.  From the NHL/NHLPA press release; “The National Hockey League and National Hockey League Players’ Association announced today that Detroit Red Wings […]

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We’re Going Streaking! Rangers Stop Streaks By Marner, Toronto, Extend Their Own To 5 Games With 3-1 Win

Last night, the Rangers extended their winning streak to five games, defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 at MSG. The victory is one of the Blueshirts’ most impressive overall efforts of the season, especially when you factor in Toronto came into the game on a 15-game point streak. Let’s break it down. THAT’S GOOD! JIMMY […]

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Assessing the Columbus Blue Jackets struggles

Columbus Blue Jackets fans in July, “We got Johnny Hockey!!! Stanley Cup, here we come!!!!!” Columbus Blue Jackets fans in December, “Fire Brad Larsen!!!” In what is nothing short of a disappointment in Columbus, the Blue Jackets struggles have been glaring. From defensive woes to offensive and power play woes, a lot has gone wrong […]

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Lukas Dostal

Ducks Bounce Back and Beat Canadiens

The Ducks snapped a nine game road losing streak last night when they beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-2 at Bell Centre. After an abysmal start to the five game road trip that saw the Ducks lose 3-0 to the Ottawa Senators and 7-0 to the Toronto Maple Leafs (not to mention a 6-1 loss to […]

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Maple Leafs Forward Pierre Engvall Skates With Puck in Neutral Zone Vs. Rangers

Post-Game Analysis: Leafs Fall Short, Lose Tough One 3-1 in Manhattan Vs. Rangers

The Toronto Maple Leafs lost a tough one tonight, 3-1, in New York! A real low-event hockey game was the story tonight at Madison Square Garden. Both goaltenders were sharp, keeping both sides’ offenses relatively quiet. Former Maple Leaf forward Jimmy Vesey had himself a night for the Rangers en route to their victory! This […]

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Will the Bruins Be Playing Overseas In The Near Future?

The NHL has focused on growing the league and the sport of hockey. One of the ways they look to accomplish this goal is by hosting NHL games overseas in different countries allowing players to play in their home countries and those fans to experience an NHL matchup firsthand. Back in October, it was announced […]

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New Salary Cap Implications in Detroit

On Tuesday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman indicated that the NHL salary cap will rise $1 million to $83.5 million. He also stated that if the players pay off the remaining $70 million escrow debt to the owners during this season, the cap could increase to as high as $86 million for the start of the […]

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