Day: January 11, 2023

Sputtering Coyotes continue their losing streak

Since beating the Toronto Maple Leafs five games ago, the Arizona Coyotes have dropped five straight games, including last night’s contest against the San Jose Sharks. Last night, in Tempe, Arizona, the Arizona Coyotes dropped its fifth straight game to the San Jose Sharks. In the first period of action, it looked like smooth sailing […]

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Coyotes Prospect Preview: Ilya Fedotov

Welcome to the first Prospect Preview, part of a new series. We will be analyzing Arizona’s prospects in-depth and looking into their current and future situation. First up is the 19-Year-Old Winger from Saratov, Russia. Ilya Fedotov was selected in the second round of the 2021 NHL Draft. The Coyotes used the 43rd pick in […]

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LGP 42: McMann Makes NHL Debut, Matthews Resting

The Leafs will look to beat a hot Nashville team tonight that’s won 4 straight, without the help of Auston Matthews, as he recovers from an ailment. Matt Murray gets the nod as he looks to prove that his last strong start wasn’t a fluke. Leafs Projected Lineup Predators Projected Lineup Forwards Forsberg – Parssinen […]

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Flyers’ Top Prospect Showing Promise

The Philadelphia Flyers are struggling through another season and hoping to rebuild the roster to become a contender in the National Hockey League. Goaltender Carter Hart and winger Travis Konecny have been the bright spots for John Tortorella’s club. The Flyers are currently seventh in the Metropolitan Division with 39 points and are 6-4-0 in […]

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Could the Seattle Kraken Make A Run At Bo Horvat?

In only their second season as a franchise, the Seattle Kraken has taken a significant step forward as they find themselves in the thick of things. After finishing last in the Pacific Division during their inaugural season, the Kraken are now playoff contenders halfway through the 2022-23 season. They currently sit third in the Pacific […]

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OutFoxed: Rangers Survive The Wild With 4-3 Shootout Win Behind Adam Fox’s Stellar Play.

The NY Rangers beat the Minnesota Wild in a shootout last night 4-3. A game where the Blueshirts dominated for long stretches without results but eventually displayed the resilience that is starting to become their trademark again. The stars of this game were evident, so let’s give them their props as we break this contest […]

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The Ugly Truth About Panarin and Trouba

I’ll need to start with a bit of an exhale here: I love Panarin as a player and a person, and I think Trouba is one of the best character guys the Rangers have had in the locker room for a long time. I have nothing but the utmost respect for what both of them […]

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The Canucks Are An Embarrassment

The Vancouver Canucks went into this season with a lot of optimism. After parting ways with head coach Travis Green in the middle of last season, the team went out and hired Bruce Boudreau. Under Boudreau, the Canuck s went 32-15-10, giving fans hope that this season was going to be a good one. Unfortunately […]

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Tough losses have the Detroit Red Wings looking to reset

Consistency is what every sports team strives for. Consistency is not a find it and put it down goal; it is a find it and try to perfect it. The Detroit Red Wings have had some tough losses and, in the midst of it, have lacked consistency. Looking to shake out of the rough patch, […]

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