Day: March 9, 2023

Pierre-Luc Dubois in a Winnipeg Jets uniform doing the Superman Celly after a goal.

Pierre-Luc Dubois Injury Update

After not playing in the Winnipeg Jets’ 4-2 loss Wednesday night to their division rival, Minnesota Wild, the Jets announced that forward Pierre-Luc Dubois wouldn’t join the team at the start of their upcoming three-game road trip, which starts on Saturday night in Sunrise, Florida against the Florida Panthers. He suffered an upper-body injury in […]

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ECHL: Komet’s Weekend Preview includes 3 Games in 3 Days

The Fort Wayne Komets have an all-important three games in three days stretch starting this Friday at home. First up is the Wheeling Nailers for back-to-back home and away matchups, and then the Komets host the Indy Fuel on Sunday night. Friday and Saturday’s matchup against the Nailers are two crucial games for the K’s […]

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Kaprizov to Miss 3-4 Weeks With a Lower Body Injury

The Minnesota Wild are/were absolutely rolling. The team is currently riding an 11-game point streak. As of this writing (Thursday, March 9), they are tied with the Dallas Stars, who have a game in hand on the Wild, for first place in the Central Division with a 37-21-7 record for 81 points. Unfortunately, there is […]

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 Chicago Blackhawks Place Former NL Growler, Pavel Gogolev, On Termination Waivers

Blackhawks Place Former NL Growler, #46, Pavel Gogolev, On Termination Waivers

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Making Waves: Francois Brassard

Francois Brassard is a well-known and fan-favorite goaltender of the Maine Mariners and has had a great season thus far. Brassard has skated in three seasons with the Mariners (2018-19, 2019-20, and 2022-23). In the 20-21 season and 21-22 seasons, Brassard skated in games with the Wheeling Nailers, the Jacksonville Icemen of the ECHL, and […]

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Islanders Coming Back to Life At the Right Time

If you are a hockey fan who has followed the NHL closely this season, there is no doubt that you are paying close attention to the standings at this time of year. One of the great things about the NHL is that there is a lot of parity, which has certainly been the case this […]

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Lightning’s Acquisition of Jeannot Should be Viewed as Risk/Reward

With the Tampa Bay Lightning in need of a big body to win puck battles, general manager Julien Brisebois made a deal with the Nashville Predators to acquire Tanner Jeannot late on February 26. A lot of people have talked about what they gave up (defenseman Cal Foote & five draft picks), and rightly so, […]

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How Kane Can Have Success With the Rangers

There was a ton of excitement when the New York Rangers acquired All-Star and future Hall of Famer Patrick Kane last week. With Kane’s acquisition, fans figured he would slide right into the lineup and contribute right away. Since he was going to be playing with his old linemate and friend Artemi Panarin, fans thought […]

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Player Profile: Hampus Lindholm

Hampus Lindholm was born on January 20, 1994. In 2009-10, Lindholm began playing for Jonstops IF. That year he played for the Jonstorps U20 team and scored a goal and two assists in three games. The following year, he played 39 games for Rögle BK U20 and tallied four assists. In 2011–12, Lindholm began his professional career […]

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