Day: January 28, 2023

Columbus Blue Jackets RW- Kirill Marchenko is doing something that has not been done since 1926-’27

It has been quite a while since hockey fans have seen anything like what Columbus Blue Jackets RW- Kirill Marchenko is doing. In a rebuilding season in Columbus, Marchenko has been a bright spot. To date, Marchenko has 13- goals, 0- assists with 13- points. The last time an NHL player began their career with […]

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Solar Bears Have A Full Week of Signings

Orlando, FL- The first signing was big as Garret Sparks returned to the Solar Bears. The veteran goaltender had previously played with the Bears over parts of 2013-2020, playing in 53 games with a 30-14-3 record with six shutouts, a beautiful 2.09 GAA, and an outstanding .936 save percentage. In the 2014-15 season with the […]

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Putting Trust in the Penguins

Things have not been easy for the Pittsburgh Penguins this season. They have had to deal with a bunch of injuries, have played a lot of inconsistent hockey, and at times, they have looked like a team that does not deserve to be in a playoff spot. With that said, however, the Penguins currently (Friday, […]

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Update On Tom Wilson’s Availability

The Washington Capitals have been a tough team this year as they have endured injury after injury but still have found ways to win. The Capitals are currently fourth in the Metropolitan Division and hold the top Eastern Conference Wild Card spot. After getting forward Tom Wilson back in the lineup earlier this month after […]

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Hurricanes Need A Healthy Andersen for the Playoffs

While the Carolina Hurricanes were able to advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs last season, poor goaltending did them in their second-round seven-game loss to the New York Rangers. The Hurricanes are having another strong season this year. The team is currently (Friday, January 27) first in the Metropolitan Division and […]

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Good Bye For Now: Rangers Head Into Extended Break With 4-1 Victory Over Vegas Golden Knights

This one will last a lifetime! Okay, that’s a little bit dramatic; however, last night’s 4-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights will be the Rangers’ last game for ten days, so that positive result will need to resonate for quite a while. So let’s break it down. THAT’S GOOD! JARO HALAK An underrated aspect […]

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Nothing But Love for Mats Zuccarello

As someone who is a New York Rangers fan (I will always be a hockey fan first), I still have a lot of love for Minnesota Wild forward Mats Zuccarello. I was lucky enough to see Zuccarello, 35, up close on Broadway for nine and a half seasons. He was fun and exciting to watch, had a great personality, […]

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An Email Interview with Aaron Wilbur of The Coaches Site

When it comes to hockey, most of the attention goes toward the players. This should not come as a surprise, considering that they are the ones that put the puck in the net, keep the puck out of the net, make great plays, and amaze fans on a nightly basis. That has always been the […]

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Leafs Come Up Short in 6-2 Loss To The Sens

A rare Friday night of Hockey Night in Canada, and it involved the battle of Ontario! The Leafs were coming off a highly entertaining 3-2 overtime victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday. While the Sens were coming off a 2-1 victory of their own against the New York Islanders on Wednesday. Coming into […]

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Boston Bruins’ Top Assets For the 2023 Trade Deadline

Through 47 games, the Boston Bruins own a 38-5-4 record as they are past the halfway mark of the season. The NHL-leading Bruins have 80 points and are atop the Atlantic Division as they pursue a return to the Stanley Finals, looking to bring home the Cup for the first time since 2011. While this […]

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