Day: February 1, 2023

Vegas’ Stone is Out Indefinitely

Vegas Golden Knights captain Mark Stone underwent successful back surgery on January 31, 2023, and is out indefinitely. He was initially injured versus the Colorado Avalanche on January 12 and considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury. After a setback during recovery, he needed surgery. Stone is expected to make a full recovery. Appearing in 43 […]

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LGP 52: Leafs Look to Beat Stumbling Bruins

It’s the last game before the All-Star break, and the Leafs are against the Bruins, who sit atop the league standings. The Leafs and Bruins have won one game against each other this season, as the games always seem competitive. The Bruins have been on pace to set an NHL record in points but have […]

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Where the Ducks’ Pending UFAs Stand

With the All-Star Game break now upon us, many hockey fans start to get excited for the upcoming trade deadline to see what moves their favorite team will make to take them to the next level. But in the Ducks’ case, they look to move on from some players to get assets back to strengthen […]

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It’s Anyone’s Game in the Pacific Division

When looking at the NHL standings this season, there are a lot of exciting races going on. Will the New Jersey Devils, who currently (Tuesday, January 31) have 68 points, find a way to catch the Carolina Hurricanes (72 points) for first in the Metropolitan Division? Will this be the year that the Buffalo Sabres […]

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Varlamov Continues to Be Reliable on Long Island

Decades ago, teams in the NHL played their starting goaltender anywhere between 60-70 games. Back in those times, it was pretty much a given that it was the starter’s net for almost the whole season unless he faltered for long stretches. The backup’s job was to play anywhere between 10-15 games in the regular season. […]

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Sabres Must Improve Defensively to Make Postseason

When it comes to making the Stanley Cup Playoffs, a team needs to be able to put the puck in the net, have players that can score goals on a consistent basis, play well defensively, be good on special teams, and get good goaltending. One team that really wants to make the postseason this year […]

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Capitals Win Before All-Star Break

The Washington Capitals had plenty of potential storylines in play Tuesday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets. In a closer-than-expected game, the Capitals won 4-3 in overtime. The two teams have lost the most man-games to injury in the Eastern Conference and fall on opposite ends of the age spectrum. The Capitals’ roster has the […]

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Top 10 OHL Draft Eligible Prospects so far

This year’s NHL Draft class surely does not lack any talent, especially from the Ontario Hockey league. Since we’re in the second half of the hockey season, I decided to look at my top ten draft-eligible prospects from the Ontario hockey league. Now, this list can certainly change, but why not have some fun here […]

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