Day: December 29, 2022

LGP 36: Rielly Returns & Hunt’s Debut

The Leafs get a rematch against the Coyotes tonight as they look to continue building momentum into the new year. The Leafs lost their last and only other matchup of the season 4-2 against the Coyotes in October. They will look to have a better effort tonight and not underestimate what the Coyotes can do. […]

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A Big Step For the Fans: PHF and She Plays Announce Fantasy Hockey App Partnership

Many hockey fans enjoy partaking in fantasy leagues throughout the season. Head-to-head, different statistics, keeper leagues – ask a fantasy team GM, and they can probably spend a lot of time talking about the squad they drafted and the clever pun they chose for a team name. Up until now, these fantasy leagues primarily covered […]

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Penguins Blow 4-0 Lead, Fall to Red Wings in OT 5-4

The Pittsburgh Penguins fell to the Detroit Red Wings last night 5-4 in overtime at PPG Paints Arena. Goaltender Magnus Hellberg made 19 saves after he came into the game to start the second period, replacing Ville Husso, who allowed four goals on 12 shots. Detroit improved their record to 15-11-7 this season. Forward Jason […]

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The Fall of Ducks Netminder John Gibson

When Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson first came into the league, there was a lot to be impressed with. Gibson, 29, would post great numbers, make the big save when his team needed one, not allow soft goals, and would be a contributing factor as to why the Ducks would win hockey games. It was […]

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Bruins Prospect Dans Locmelis Finding Success at World Juniors

The Boston Bruins drafted Latvian center Dans Locmelis in the 4th round of the 2022 draft. Since joining the organization, he has done nothing but prove he is an underrated prospect in the Bruins organization. The 18-year-old has continued that trend with his strong play early on in the 2023 World Juniors. Latvia is not […]

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What Are the Montreal Canadiens?

Going into the season, many hockey pundits and fans alike thought that the Montreal Canadiens were going to be a bad team. Can you blame them? The team does not have a lot of depth, does not have Carey Price backstopping them, and plays in the unbelievably high-octane Atlantic Division. Believe it or not, the […]

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The Hurricanes Are Surging

When it comes to looking at some of the most consistent teams in the NHL over the last several seasons, there is one team that always comes to my mind despite the fact that they have not won the Stanley Cup in these years, and that is the Carolina Hurricanes. Year in and year out, […]

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Sidney Crosby Named to Order of Canada

“Crosby scores! Sidney Crosby, the golden goal! And Canada has once in a lifetime won Olympic Gold!” Canadians all around the world heard Chris Cuthbert’s call when Sidney Crosby shot the puck five-hole on Ryan Miller to clinch the Gold Medal in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. His international clutchness didn’t stop there as […]

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What is Wrong with the Florida Panthers?

Last season, the Florida Panthers were the best team in the NHL. They clicked on all cylinders in the regular season. They were the most consistent team during that time in winning the Atlantic Division, Eastern Conference regular season, and the Presidents’ Trophy. Unfortunately, their success during the regular season did not translate into success […]

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Team Canada Celebrates Goal vs Czechia in Opener

Game Day Preview: Team Canada Looks to Keep the Offense Rolling as they Vs. Team Austria

After a crushing 11-2 victory over Team Germany on Wednesday night, Team Canada is back in action tonight against Team Austria! After a slow start in Team Canada’s opener, they certainly turned it around against Team Germany and now look ahead to tonight’s game as they try to keep the momentum going! As for Team […]

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