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Day: February 3, 2023

Penguins’ Crosby Set To Team Up With Rival Ovechkin In All-Star Skills Competition

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby will be teaming up with rival Alex Ovechkin at the All-Star Skills Competition tonight as part of the NHL’s breakaway competition, the NHL announced. The event will be held at FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida. It will feature some other notable NHL stars from the past and present, including […]

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Los Angeles Kings: C is for Consistency

Having been a Kings fan since the mid-’90s, I have seen the ups and downs, and almost there. Then in 2011-12, the long fantasy finally came true, and with Alec Martinez(now with the Golden Knights) and his jazz hands, we won a cup. Then a year later, we got blessed again. Hyping the fans up […]

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Rangers Need to Hit The Ground Running Out of the Break

With the NHL All-Star break currently going on and teams and players who are not involved taking a nice vacation, getting some important rest, and resetting their respective bodies for the second half of the season, it is time for many teams in this 32-team league to start gearing up for a Stanley Cup Playoff […]

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From Jungle to Swamp, Morrison Making Heavy Strides in the ECHL

Twenty-six-year-old Brad Morrison has started off his season with the Florida Everblades strong, recording his first hat trick with the team on January 20th, 2023, against the Savannah Ghost Pirates. In that same game, Morrison had also recorded his 100th professional point. Before the Swamp Before Morrison became an Everblade, he was a part of […]

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Bruins Have Narrowed Down Position Of Need As Trade Deadline Approaches

This season the Boston Bruins have been the best of the best as they came out of the gates on fire. Not much has slowed down this team. Even after a three-game skid, they bounced back with a 5-2 win over Toronto on Wednesday night. The Bruins head into the All-Star break with the best […]

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Making the Case For Lightning’s Stamkos as a Hall of Famer

In an era dominated by defense, the goal scorers don’t always get the recognition they deserve. If they miss substantial time due to injury or illness over the course of their career, the chances of them making it into the Hockey Hall of Fame is probably slim. An honor reserved for the best of the […]

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Kane The Oiler, One Year Later

With no Oilers games on all week, it does give us a chance to revisit a signing that came with controversy just a year ago. Edmonton, holding onto the first Wild Card spot with 60 points in the standings heading into the All-Star break, finds themselves in a slightly better position than at this same […]

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Capitals Linked To Montreal Defenseman

Entering the All-Star break, the Washington Capitals remain in fourth place in the Metropolitan Division and hold the top spot in the Eastern Conference Wild Card race with a 27-20-6 record and 60 points. The Capitals have been able to hold their own throughout the season even though they have been battling injury after injury. […]

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Pavel Zacha Extension is Already a Steal

It came as a slight shock when the Boston Bruins announced that they had signed Pavel Zacha to a four-year extension a few weeks ago, but ever since he inked his new deal, Zacha has proven his worth. Since signing his extension, Zacha has scored six goals and four assists in nine games. He is […]

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