Day: March 7, 2023

Thunder Thoughts: Peter MacArthur

Peter MacArthur is a well-known name in Adirondack as he spent a little over three years with the Thunder as a player, putting up 53 goals and 122 assists for 177 points in 202 games as a member of the Thunder, MacArthur also spent time in the ECHL with the Las Vegas Wranglers, Fresno Falcons, […]

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ECHL: Greenville Swamp Rabbits Week in Review; Two Game Trip to Norfolk

The Greenville Swamp Rabbits returned to action on Friday and Saturday for two back-to-back games in Norfolk, Virginia, against the Admirals. An incredible player performance was displayed at Norfolk Scope Arena when the Rabbits were ready to strike for goals and, most importantly, a needed win(s). Before they played in Norfolk, their current record was […]

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Why the NHL Needs to Go to the 2026 Winter Olympics

Since the NHL All-Star Game has come and gone, I figured now would be as good a time as any to talk about another big-time hockey event that the NHL needs to be involved in. I am talking about the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina. While NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has made it […]

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Why Aren’t We Talking About Draisaitl?

If you play for the Edmonton Oilers, then chances are that you are going to be overshadowed by Connor McDavid. This is obviously understandable. He is by far and away the best player in the world and is someone who has an unbelievable amount of skill and hockey smarts. In fact, as of this writing […]

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Bruins Newly Acquired Players Already Making An Impact

Heading into the March 3rd Trade Deadline, the Boston Bruins sat at the top of the NHL standings as the best team in the league. Already fielding a deep roster, general manager Don Sweeney understood adding new players via trade is essential even when your team is the best. Sweeney made two major deals to […]

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LGP 64: Everything is FINE, Leafs Return to New Jersey

After a quite tragic game for Leafs fans and the team, the Leafs return tonight to play against the New Jersey Devils. Last game saw Matthews leave the game due to injury, come back, and fire a shot on net that hit and broke O’Reilly’s finger. Tavares also found himself banged up after two massive […]

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Get to Know Ducks Newest Prospect, Nikita Nesterenko

At 11:58 pst on Friday, March 3rd, the last trade of the 2023 trade deadline was submitted to the NHL offices, narrowly beating the buzzer. That trade sent RHD John Klingberg (50% salary retention) from the Anaheim Ducks to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for RHD Andrej Sustr, F prospect Nikita Nesterenko, and a 2025 […]

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ECHL: Tough weekend for the Lions

A hopeful weekend following a big emotional win over the Growlers. This is how the Lions went to Reading this weekend. On the other hand, a poor performance by the goaltenders practically destroyed any hope of the playoffs for Marc-André Bergeron’s squad. The last shot on goal will win the match Friday evening, we were […]

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Player Profile: Jakub Lauko

Jakub Lauko was born on March 28, 2000, in Praha, Czech Republic. As a 13-year-old, Lauko played 13 games for the Pirati Chomutov U-16 team in his native country and scored one goal with two assists. The left-shot winger played two more seasons on the team scoring 45 goals with 63 assists before joining the […]

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Player Profile: David Pastrnak

David Pastrnak was born on May 25, 1996, in Havirov, Czech Republic. As a 13-year-old in 2009-10, Pastrnak played in his native Havirov on a U-16 team scoring 24 goals with 28 assists in 30 games. The right wing would play on the U-16 team again the next season for 26 games and totaled 32-21-53 […]

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