Year: 2023

Seattle Kraken Acquire Defenseman In Trade With San Jose Sharks

The Seattle Kraken has been one of the surprise teams of the 2022-23 season as they sit atop the Pacific Division with a 29-15-5 record and 63 points. The Kraken has been a solid team up and down the lineup, as it has been a team effort to get to this point. With 33 games […]

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Kelly Babstock Inducted Into the North American Indigenous Athletics Hall Of Fame

On February 3rd, Metropolitan Riveters forward Kelly Babstock was inducted into the North American Indigenous Athletic Hall of Fame, which comes very fitting as it was Rosie the Riveter Night for the Riveters as well. “It’s an honor to represent the indigenous community and to receive such an award as being in the American Indigenous […]

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Arizona Coyotes Center Nick Bjugstad in Offensive-Zone vs Dallas Stars

Why This Coyotes Center is an Intriguing Addition for Kyle Dubas to Consider

After watching the Toronto Maple Leafs’ last game before the All-Star break, the daunting 5-2 loss to the Boston Bruins. It’s easy for the narrative to be written that this is, yet again, the same old Maple Leafs. For the real fans and the media members who can appreciate how good this team truly is, […]

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Katie Burt Leads Metropolitan Riveters To Shootout Win Over Whale

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ- The Metropolitan Riveters opened up the second half of the season on the right track as they defeated the Connecticut Whale 2-1 on Friday Evening. At the beginning of the season, the Rivs lost Rachel McQuiggie and ended up signing Katie Burt, who has been shaky this season as she came into […]

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Washington Extends Two Forwards

The Washington Capitals signed two recent forward additions to contract extensions over the All-Star weekend. Dylan Strome signed a five-year extension worth $25 million on Friday, and Sonny Milano agreed to a three-year, $5.7 million extension Saturday. Both players are in the top 10 in points for the Capitals this season. Strome’s 25 assists are […]

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Stan Fischler Belongs in the Hockey Hall of Fame

I want to preface this by saying that the man known as “The Maven”, Stan Fischler, has been a good friend of mine for over 20 years. Not only is he a friend, he is a wonderful mentor to not only me but many others in the hockey industry. I actually interned for Stan in […]

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Is Conor Garland On The Move?

The Vancouver Canucks are set to be the busiest team at the March 3rd trade deadline, as they will be having a fire sale on almost the whole roster. The Canucks have already begun their fire sale by trading away team captain Bo Horvat to the New York Islanders. General manager Patrik Allvin wasted no […]

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Pat Verbeek: Year One as General Manager in Review

It has been 365 days since Pat Verbeek took the “big chair” as the Anaheim Ducks general manager. He has been through his first trade deadline, NHL entry draft, re-signing player period, and free agency period. To say Verbeek’s been busy over the last calendar year would be an understatement. While currently doing his best […]

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Believe it or not, the Columbus Blue Jackets are rebuilding the right way

There is a right way to do an NHL rebuild and a wrong way. The wrong way is to draft offensive talent or “the best player available.” In the case of the Columbus Blue Jackets (currently on pace for 54 points,) even though it may be difficult to see, the organization is rebuilding the right […]

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Red Wings Place Adam Erne on Waivers

On Saturday afternoon, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported that the Detroit Red Wings had placed forward Adam Erne on waivers. Ahead of this move, the Red Wings sent down Jonatan Berggren to make room to activate Filip Zadina off of injured reserve. Zadina was then assigned to Grand Rapids on a conditioning stint but still counts […]

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