Day: February 24, 2023

Patrick Kane handles the puck

No, the Rangers Shouldn’t Trade for Patrick Kane

As the Patrick Kane trade talk surrounded the Rangers all season, it seemed like that would be finally put to rest. When Vladimir Tarasenko was dealt to the New York Rangers, he was reunited with good friend Artemi Panarin. It was not the reunion most Rangers’ fans expected, but it was welcomed nonetheless, and the […]

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NHL Player Safety Announces Discipline For Brad Marchand

For those that missed the game on Thursday night, it was full of goal-scoring and emotions as both teams mixed it up after the whistle. Ultimately, the Bruins prevailed with a 6-5 win, and forward Brad Marchand found himself in the spotlight again for some questionable antics. Today the NHL’s Player Safety Department weighed in […]

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Adam Boqvist’s game is rounding out for the Columbus Blue Jackets

Adam Boqvist was hit with the injury bug that has hampered the Columbus Blue Jackets. Boqvist missed significant time due to a broken foot. Viewed as a second-pairing defenseman, it has taken Boqvist time to develop. It seems now the young defensive player is putting it all together, and looks like a viable part of […]

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LGP 59: Leafs Last Home Game Before Trade Deadline

Well, last game, I highlighted O’Reilly and Tavares as two players to keep an eye out on, and they didn’t let me down, with O’Reilly netting a hat trick and one assist, and Tavares had a goal and three assists. While there’s much debate on where Tavares and O’Reilly will end up in the lineup, […]

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A Big Weekend for the Rush with Player Milestones and Playoffs at Risk

The Rapid City Rush (22-26-1-0) are on the road this weekend in Tulsa to play the Tulsa Oilers (17-22-7-1). The Rush are currently not in a playoff spot, but they are only five points out of a spot. Winning the games this week could help the Rush start their push for a playoff spot. Not […]

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ICYMI: Boston Bruins Week In Review

How many cups of coffee did Friday require? You’ll understand if you managed to stay awake long enough Thursday night into Friday morning to see the Boston Bruins capture their 44th victory of the season on the road over the Seattle Kraken. But, like a normal person, you’ve come to the right place if you […]

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Report: Two P-Bruins Players Healthy Scratched Ahead of Trade Deadline

Don Sweeney and the Boston Bruins have been busy over the last 24 hours as they make additions to improve this lineup from top to bottom. Even with the best record in the NHL, improvements can always be made, and that’s precisely what general manager Don Sweeney is doing. Yesterday evening the Bruins acquired defenseman […]

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Pittsburgh Penguins Forward Kasperi Kapanen Takes Shot During Warm-Ups Vs. New York Rangers

The Penguins Place Kasperi Kapanen on Waivers

This afternoon the Pittsburgh Penguins have finally made a move, placing forward Kasperi Kapanen on waivers. The 26-year-old winger is coming off signing a two-year extension last summer that carries an annual value of 3,200,000. The deal was concerning as soon as it was signed, and it surely hasn’t played out the way Penguins General […]

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After Gaining Cap Space, Could the Bruins Still Add On Defense?

The trade deadline is a week away, and the Boston Bruins have already made a splash in the trade market by acquiring defenseman Dmitry Orlov and winger Garnet Hathaway from the Washington Capitals. In the process, the Bruins accomplished two things. They did not relinquish their coveted prospects and actually gained cap space, allowing them […]

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Oilers Destroy Penguins 7-2, Give Pens Fourth Straight Loss

The Edmonton Oilers defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 7-2 last night at PPG Paints Arena.  Forward Connor McDavid had two goals and two assists for the Oilers. It was the ninth time this season he had four or more points in a game this season. He scored his 46th goal of the season in his 59th […]

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