Day: February 14, 2023

Adirondack Thunder Acquire ECHL Rights to Nick Hutchison

The Adirondack Thunder made a trade with the Wheeling Nailers on Tuesday Night as they acquired the ECHL rights to Nick Hutchison in exchange for defenceman Ryan Da Silva. Hutchison played one game with the Thunder after finishing his senior year at Canisius College, and in his first ECHL game, he put up a goal […]

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Linus Ullmark Disrespected In ESPN Poll

ESPN recently conducted a poll to name the best goaltender, and Boston Bruins fans won’t be happy with where Linus Ullmark ended up. Ullmark is having the best season of his career. He is a Vezina favorite and a major reason for Boston’s success in the 2022-23 season. In 33 games played, Ullmark is 26-4-1 […]

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Atlanta Gladiators Center Michael Pelech Becomes the Leader in ECHL Games Played

Tonight Atlanta Gladiator Mike Pelech will become the ECHL all-time leader in games played. When Pelech steps onto the ice against the South Carolina Stingrays, he will be playing his 860th career game. The Toronto, Ontario, native started his career as the 156th overall pick of the Los Angeles Kings in the 2009 draft. He […]

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Red Wings Recall Jakub Vrana

On Tuesday, the Detroit Red Wings announced they had recalled Jakub Vrana from Grand Rapids and placed Lucas Raymond on injured reserve. David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period was the first to report that Vrana would return to Detroit. In practice last week, Raymond suffered a lower-body injury in a collision with Ben Chiarot and […]

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Anthony Duclair’s Return Could Spark a Turnaround for the Florida Panthers

The Florida Panthers, despite making what many have dubbed the biggest blockbuster trade in the modern-day NHL, are nowhere close to where they were a year ago today. To say that last year’s President’s Trophy winners have struggled this season is a bit of an understatement, though the reason(s) why may not entirely rest on […]

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Rough Week for Ducks Hockey

After winning four of their last five games going into the All-Star break and bye week, the Ducks have stumbled back on track to compete for the first overall pick in this year’s draft. There was not much worrying that the Ducks’ little hot streak would take them out of the running. However, with the […]

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Bruins’ Defensive Prospect Shining In QMJHL

The Boston Bruins’ 2022 NHL Draft featured three centers as the team looks ahead to rebuild the position as soon as next season. Two of the three, second-round pick Matthew Poitras and fourth-pick Dans Locmelis, are having stellar seasons in the Ontario Hockey League and Swedish League, respectively. The organization could always use a good […]

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Sami Jo Small is enjoying life with the Toronto Six

After the game on Sunday, Inside The Rink had the unique opportunity to catch up with Toronto Six team President Sami Jo Small. The former Canadian goaltender who helped Canada to three gold medals at the Olympics is now the President of a PHF franchise, the Toronto Six, which is having an amazing season and […]

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Pierre Oliver Joseph: A Staple to the Penguins’ Defensive Future

In 2017, the Arizona Coyotes selected Pierre Oliver Joseph in the first round (23rd overall). The 6’2”, 185 lb defenseman developed his game in the Quebec Major Junior League, waiting to be called upon in the NHL. Serving as the Captain of Charlottetown Islanders, his leadership skills were recognized. Proving his ability to facilitate the […]

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Annual Maple Leaf Outdoor Practice Returns After 3-Year Hiatus

Hockey fans and Leafs Nation was treated to something special this Sunday. Fans filled Nathan Phillips square with anticipation of some hockey favorites hitting the ice. First, the Canadian National women’s hockey team competed in a skills competition to get the crowd going. Friends and fans got to take in a friendly competition with Canadian […]

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