Day: January 10, 2023

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The Bruins are a Well-Oiled Machine

 It is safe to say that the Boston Bruins are a winning-hockey machine. As of this writing (Tuesday, January 10), the Bruins are first in the Atlantic Division and the entire NHL with 68 points, thanks to a 32-4–4 record. The closest teams behind them, the Carolina Hurricanes (57 points) and Toronto Maple  Leafs (57 […]

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Oettinger Continues to Shine for the Stars

While there were some questions regarding the Dallas Stars going into the season, one did not have to worry about the team’s goaltending. Stars’ netminder Jake Oettinger, 24, had a great first season in the league last year. He went 30-15-0-1 with a 2.53  goals-against average, a .914 save percentage, and one shutout. Oettinger was […]

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Tolvanen Paying Off For Kraken

Almost a month ago now, the Nashville Predators made a head-scratching decision by placing 23-year-old former first-round pick Eeli Tolvanen on waivers. He didn’t last long on the waiver wire as the Seattle Kraken jumped on the opportunity to add the young talented forward to their roster. Through five games, Tolvanen looks like a key […]

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Minnesota Wild vs. New York Rangers Preview

Game Preview Coming off a 3-0 loss to the St Louis Blues and a two game losing streak, the Wild are hungry for a win. The last time the Wild faced the Rangers, they lost 7-3. Forward Ryan Reaves will be returning to Madison Square Garden following his trade to Minnesota in November. The game […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Mid-Season Awards

Intro We have finally reached the midway point to the 2022-23 NHL Season. For this piece, we will examine the midseason awards for the Carolina Hurricanes. There have been a lot of bright spots with this team that is currently first in the Metropolitan Division.  Team MVP Andrei Svechnikov For his first-ever All-Star nomination, he […]

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Hart All Alone in Philly

The Philadelphia Flyers, once a proud franchise that won a lot of hockey games, made it to the playoffs on a consistent basis and were considered a Stanley Cup contender year in and year out, are a bad hockey team right now. As of this writing (Monday, January 9), the team is seventh in the […]

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