Day: December 19, 2022

SEVEN! It’s Got Cache, Baby! Rangers Rout Chicago 7-1 For Seventh Win In A Row

Seven Goals. Seven wins in a row. The impetus to go with the “seventh heaven” headline was strong, but an underrated quote from a classic Seinfeld bit felt proper. Either way, the NY Rangers got some revenge and imposed their will on an inferior Blackhawks team with a 7-1 victory. So, let’s break it down. […]

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Red Wings acquire Danny O’Regan and move Givani Smith in Three-Team Trade

Ahead of the NHL’s holiday roster freeze, the Detroit Red Wings announced that depth forward Givani Smith had been traded to the Florida Panthers in a three-team move, including the Anaheim Ducks. The Red Wings initially acquired veteran defenseman Michael Del Zotto for Givani Smith and subsequently traded the 32-year-old to Anaheim for minor league […]

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Breaking: Leafs and Avalanche Swap Forwards

Shortly before the roster freeze, the Leafs and Avalanche had made a trade. The trade sends Dryden Hunt to the Leafs while the Avalanche acquires Denis Malgin. Denis Malgin In Malgin, the Avalanche are acquiring a forward who has performed well internationally and in the Swiss league but hasn’t found his stride back in the […]

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Breaking: Stuart Skinner signs 3-year, $7.8m extension

The Edmonton Oilers have signed up-and-coming rookie netminder Stuart Skinner to a 3-year extension, paying him an average of 2.6 million a season. For the first year of the extension, Skinner will earn $2.1m in salary+ and a $200k signing bonus. Year 2 has him with $2.5 million; in the final year, he will earn […]

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Providence Bruins’ Forward Using Experience To Lead The Way

Back in July, the Boston Bruins were looking to fill spots on their AHL affiliate Providence Bruins. The opportunity came to sign a 27-year-old with NHL experience and the Bruins jumped at the chance. Vinny Lettieri had played 82 games at the National Hockey League level with the New York Rangers and Anaheim Ducks and […]

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