Day: February 22, 2023

Late Game Penalties Costly in Komets Loss

The Fort Wayne Komets (25-17-4-2) started their Eastern Conference Southern Division road trip Wednesday morning for a brunch-style hockey matchup against the South Carolina Stingrays (29-15-4-1). Goal scoring did not get the memo about the early morning puck drop, as the first two periods were scoreless. The Komets were able to make survive the first […]

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Matt Murray is Back with the Stars

On Wednesday morning, goaltender Matt Murray got the call back up to the NHL. How you may ask? He was placed on the IR earlier this month, and unlike last season he hasn’t been playing in the AHL. Dallas Stars, Matt Murray. You know, the one who can stay healthy and doesn’t have a $6.25 […]

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Brayden Point Reaches 200 Career Goals

It took nearly two weeks, but Tampa Bay Lightning center Brayden Point hit 200 goals in a 6-1 rout of the Anaheim Ducks Tuesday night. Goal 200 continued a Lightning onslaught that began in the second period. It was part of six straight goals before the Ducks got their first and only tally. Assisted by […]

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Eastern Conference Contender Eyeing Blackhawks Forward

The Tampa Bay Lightning have been one of the most successful franchises in recent memory, as they have dominated the NHL. Over the last three seasons, the Lightning has appeared in three straight Stanley Cup Finals, winning two consecutive Cups before falling short of the three-peat last year. 2022-23 has been no different as they […]

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Rangers’ Shesterkin Continues to Struggle

In a game where the New York Rangers outshot their opponent 51-21, one would think that the Blueshirts would come away with a victory, right? Wrong. On Monday night, February 20, at Madison Square Garden, the Rangers lost to the visiting Winnipeg Jets by a score of 4-1. Oh yeah, the Jets were playing their […]

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Bruins Goalie Prospect Is A Top Goalie In AHL

Last April, the Boston Bruins signed a tall, athletic goaltender with collegiate success over three seasons to a one-year contract with an amateur tryout. Fast forward almost eleven months, and that same young goaltender is statistically the top netminder in the American Hockey League. It has been a great first year in professional hockey for […]

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Patrick Kane

The Patrick Kane Conundrum

With Ryan O’Reilly now in Toronto and Vladimir Tarasenko already ripping it up in New York, the trade market for Patrick Kane is thinning and thinning fast (almost as fast as Kane’s hairline). Will the aging American superstar be able to find the right landing spot before the trade deadline, or will he be stuck […]

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Kraken Defenseman Receiving Trade Interest

The Seattle Kraken has emerged as one of the top teams in the NHL this year after having an uneventful inaugural season that saw them finish last in the Pacific Division. Even with their success this year, there is still plenty to accomplish as they look to make their first playoff berth in franchise history. […]

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Bruins Set Eyes On Blues Forward As Trade Deadline Approaches

The Boston Bruins have returned to their winning ways, as they have now won four straight games and five of their last six after losing three straight before the All-Star break. It has been an incredible season for the black and gold, as they have now crossed the 90-point mark in just 56 games. On […]

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