Day: January 9, 2023

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Is Carey Price a Future Hall of Famer?

The Montreal Canadiens have several goaltenders who are in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Canadiens’ greats like Jacques Plante, Lorne “Gump” Worsley, Georges Vezina, Ken Dryden, George Hainsworth, Bill Durnan, Patrick Roy, and a few others who played with the team at one point in their careers have all been inducted into the HHOF. Goaltenders […]

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Adirondack Thrown Into Overdrive As Point Streak Hits Five Games

On Friday Night, the Adirondack Thunder got their captain back as Shane Harper returned to the ice after missing seven games with an injury and would make an impact early on in the weekend for the Thunder. Coming into the weekend series, the Thunder had four games that would require overtime, and they would almost […]

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Bruins Captain Reaches Another Career Milestone

The career of Patrice Bergeron has been one for the history books, as the veteran forward continues adding to his Hall of Fame career. He has been one of the best, if not THE BEST two-way forward in the history of the NHL. From his efficiency on the faceoff to being a perennial 20-goal scorer […]

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How The Carolina Hurricanes Could Bolster Their Lineup

It is hard to point out the bad when you look at a team like the 2022-23 Carolina Hurricanes. This is a team that currently leads the Metropolitan Division and is the second-best team in the entire conference. But even the best teams can improve and get better. And with a team looking to capture […]

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What More Does David Pastrnak Have To Prove?

Boston Bruins winger David Pastrnak put on another masterclass in scoring in Boston’s 7-1 over the Anaheim Ducks. Still, the Bruins and Pastrnak have yet to agree to an extension, meaning that free agency is inching closer. The last update in talks was before the start of 2023, with The Atheltic’s Pierre LeBrun reporting that […]

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Not Trusting the New York Islanders

There is no doubt that New York Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello is one of the game’s best general managers. Lamoriello won three Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils, helped get the Toronto Maple Leafs back into the playoffs on a consistent basis, and made the team he currently manages, the New York Islanders, […]

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Bruins and Fans Crush the Ducks 7-1

A really good team beat a really bad team tonight at TD Garden West. (Honda Center) The Anaheim Ducks fell embarrassingly to the Boston Bruins 7 to 1. I had written five pages of notes for the first two periods. I just wrote the goals in the third. So, the game got well away from […]

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How Are the Kings Winning?

Going into the season, many figured that the Pacific Division’s top teams would consist of the Calgary Flames (last year’s division winners), Edmonton Oilers, and the Vegas Golden Knights. It is easy to see why this would be the case. The three teams mentioned above all had recent success, with the Oilers advancing to the […]

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Penguins Trade Rumors: Who Could The Penguins Move?

The Pittsburgh Penguins could use a trade to change things up for this team, but there’s one problem. The market is clogged. The Penguins are currently struggling and struggling badly. The issues seem to be unfixable from a coaching standpoint, and it seems like the only way things can get better is by having GM […]

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This Week On Oilers Hockey: 14

“Patience has an expiration date.” That was a quote from Jay Woodcroft after his team’s 5-2 loss against the Seattle Kraken on Tuesday night. It’s also been the general consensus on Oilers Twitter even before it was said outside of a screen. It can be referencing players on the team that need to help contribute […]

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