Day: January 25, 2023

Penguins Defeat Panthers 7-6 In Overtime In Wild Game

In overtime, the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Florida Panthers last night at PPG Paints Arena 7-6.  Forwards Sidney Crosby, Danton Heinen, and Evgeni Malkin each had a goal and two assists for the Pens, who improved to 24-15-8, and 3-0-2 in their last five games. Goalie Casey DeSmith made 33 saves after Tristan Jarry was […]

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Mitch Works His Magic & Sammy Continues To Roll As The Leafs Defeat The Rangers 3-2 In OT

Both teams elected to start this game best on best as they both had their top lines in the starting lineup. After a sluggish first period against the Islanders Monday night, Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe switched to reuniting Matthews with Marner and Tavares with Nylander. After that switch, the Leafs dominated the Islanders in […]

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LGP 49: Last Years Best Line in NHL Reunited, Can They Regain Form?

The Leafs look to get revenge on the Rangers tonight as they face off against each other. The key to success tonight will be offense, as last game against the Rangers, the Leafs were held to just one goal. Now, this won’t be easy, as the Rangers goaltending is elite. The Leafs will look to […]

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Terry Ends Scoreless Drought in Victory Over the Coyotes

The Ducks paid their first visit to the infamous Mullett Arena last night and walked away with a 5-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes. The first five minutes of the game were lackluster for both teams, each not being able to get many chances or even have possession for lengths of time. Then the Ducks […]

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Winnipeg Jets prospect Chaz Lucius is producing in the WHL

Winnipeg Jets’ first-round pick in 2021, 18th overall Chaz Lucius, opted to leave college and turn pro signing an entry-level contract in April 2022 as an 18-year-old. Lucius was expected to head back to the University of Minnesota for the 2022-23 season. Instead, foregoing three years of college eligibility, there was no guarantee where he […]

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Not Trusting the Maple Leafs When It Matters Most

I want to preface this blog by saying that I have a lot of respect for the Toronto Maple Leafs as a National Hockey League franchise. They have won Stanley Cups, have had a ton of Hockey Hall of Famers as part of their franchise, have one of the most passionate fan bases in the league, and of course, they are […]

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The Detroit Red Wings and captain Dylan Larkin are said to be close to an extension

Fans have been wondering when it would happen, and there has been little to no movement until Monday. Detroit Red Wings beat writer Ansar Khan broke the news Monday morning that Dylan Larkin and the Red Wings have agreed on an eight-year term. Khan went on to say that the Red Wings are offering $8M […]

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Bruins’ Prospect A Big Late Bloomer

The Providence Bruins are 23-8-6-2 on the season and currently sit second in the Atlantic Division, three points behind the Hershey Bears. The Baby Bruins are excelling with balanced scoring and excellent goaltending. Prospects Fabian Lysell, Georgii Merkulov, and Johnny Beecher are getting closer to being National Hockey League players. Marc McLaughlin has been hot […]

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Winnipeg Looking To Make Deadline Splash By Acquiring Star Forward

The Winnipeg Jets have been one of the surprising teams this season as they are currently second in both the Central Division and the Western Conference with a 31-16-1 recorded and 63 points. After missing the playoffs last season, the Jets have rebounded and are poised for a postseason run. With their success this season, […]

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Dahlin Having Standout Season in Buffalo

There is no doubt that being a Buffalo Sabres fan is not easy. For starters, they do not make the Stanley Cup playoffs a lot. Year in and year out, they end up close to the bottom of the standings and end up watching the postseason instead of playing in them. Secondly, the Sabres give […]

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