Day: January 26, 2023

Capitals Endure Penguins at Home

The Washington Capitals scored the first goal of the game and the last goal of the shootout to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 Thursday night in Capital One Arena. The win gives the Capitals a one-point advantage over the Penguins in the East’s wild-card contest. Alex Ovechkin scored his 32nd goal on an early power-play […]

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Shane Wright Injury Update

Seattle Kraken prospect Shane Wright can’t seem to stay out of the hockey news headlines this season. This time it’s injury related. Wright sustained a lower-body injury. As Dave Jewell of The Hockey Writers first reported on Thursday, although vague, it’s attention-catching based on who the player is. Since sliding to the fourth pick in […]

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Andrei Kuzmenko Signs 2-year Extension With Canucks

In what has been a dumpster fire of a season for the Vancouver Canucks from the very beginning seems to have gotten just a little better. After Bo Horvat made his wishes known he won’t sign long term, to the botched firing of head coach Bruce Boudreau, it has been one interesting season for the […]

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Connor Having Another Great Season for the Jets

There were a lot of questions surrounding the Winnipeg Jets coming into the season. How would new head coach Rick Bowness do? How would Blake Wheeler handle not being the team captain? Would the team find a way to get back into the Stanley Cup playoffs? As of this writing (Wednesday, January 25), it would […]

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Points Of No Return: Rangers Let Win Slip Away, Lose In OT To Maple Leafs 3-2

Last night was another game for the NY Rangers where they let a much-needed point slip through their fingers. An overall solid effort didn’t result in a win as they allowed the Toronto Maple Leafs to tie the game late in the third period and defeat them in OT off a goal from Mitch Marner. […]

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Avalanche Getting Back on Track

The season after winning the Stanley Cup is usually a tough one for the team that wins it. They sometimes start off slow, run into injury problems, play against teams that have figured out ways to stop them, etc. It is usually never easy. A good example of this is this year’s Colorado Avalanche. The […]

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Tom Wilson Listed Day-to-Day

It has been an up-and-down season for the Washington Capitals as they’ve been trying to overcome injuries to key players all season long. They started the year off with Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson sidelined, then lost Connor Brown for the season and eventually lost John Carlson indefinitely. It has just been a revolving door […]

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Adirondack Thunder Mid-Season Report Card

It’s time for the midseason report card for the Adirondack Thunder, who currently sit in sixth place (Trois-Rivieres Lions have two more wins than Adirondack, but both teams have 30 points) with a record of 12-18-5-1 under first-year head coach Pete MacArthur. The first half has not been a nice one for the Thunder, as […]

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Jake DeBrusk Nearing Return To Ice

Boston Bruins fans have called out Jake DeBrusk for multiple reasons, and he is proving the haters wrong once again. The Bruins winger, who is having a breakout season, is nearing a return from what was reported to be a broken fibula. DeBrusk suffered the injury in the Winter Classic and is now slated to […]

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Time to Start Believing in the Devils

Going into the season, many in the hockey world figured that the New Jersey Devils would be better than they were last season. That really was not going to be hard to accomplish. All the team had to do to be better than they were last season was get good/healthy goaltending, put the puck in the net more, and win […]

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