Day: December 21, 2022

Adirondack Still Struggling To Find The Win Column As They Suffer Another Sweep

The Adirondack Thunder have now lost a season-high six games and eight of their last nine as they suffered another divisional sweep this weekend as they lost their first game against the Growlers on Friday and continued to have trouble against the Maine Mariners, who have now beat them in all five of their matchups […]

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NHL Potentially Postponing Several Games On Friday

The NHL is preparing for its annual holiday break, where no games will be played for three days from December 24th to December 26th, with the league action starting back up on the 27th. In the coming days, though, the NHL has a jam-packed schedule of 28 games over the next three days. That may […]

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LA Kings win third straight game, top Ducks 4-1

The LA Kings scored four goals over the final two periods in what was a dominating effort over their rival Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night at Arena. Drew Doughty opened the scoring with his second goal of the year and his first since October 15. The former Norris Trophy winner sent a rocket from […]

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Phil Kessel’s Ironman Streak Coming to an End?

One constant over the last 13 years in the NHL has been Phil Kessel playing every game for whatever team he was on. He has been the definition of an ironman, but it seems that could all be coming to an end soon. Kessel’s streak began way back on November 3rd, 2009, when he was […]

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Pitt Of Despair: Rangers Winning Streak Ends In Pittsburgh With 3-2 Loss

To be fair, neither the Rangers nor their fans should be in despair. (Unintentional Rhyme Alert). I’m guilty of primarily using headlines that are puns or pop culture references, so forgive me.    Even though the NYR lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 last night, they played a very solid game. Unfortunately, this outcome was […]

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NHL Punishes Mikhail Sergachev for Dirty Slash

Last night the Tampa Bay Lightning traveled to Toronto for the first time since they defeated them in game seven of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season. Tensions were going to be high for this game as both teams are neck and neck for the second spot in the Atlantic Division. […]

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Ottawa Senators Announce Extension Of Key Player

The Ottawa Senators announced a significant signing on Wednesday morning as the team locked up a key member of their defense. Earlier this morning, the Senators signed defenseman Artem Zub to a large extension. As per Pierre LeBrun of TSN and The Athletic: “4 x $4.6M AAV as announced by the club. Important signing for […]

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Ducks Drop Freeway Faceoff Opener

The Ducks traveled up the 5 Freeway and lost 4-1 at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings to cap off a five game road trip that the Ducks were able to come away with two wins. This was another one of those games where the Ducks came out strong but ran out of steam […]

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A Full 60 Minute Effort as Leafs Down Lightning 4-1

Whenever the Lightning and the Leafs get together, you never know how the game will unfold. However, one thing you can be sure of is how eventful of a game it will be from start to finish. Heading into this one, the Leafs were riding a two game losing streak, a 3-1 loss to the […]

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