Day: March 10, 2023

Leafs Home Stand Preview & Predictions

After a triumphant win in New Jersey, without captain John Tavares, newly acquired Ryan O’Reilly, and Luke Schenn, who is awaiting the birth of his third child in Vancouver, it is now time for the Maple Leafs to head homeward for a four-game homestand. Edmonton Oilers It all starts off on Saturday, March 11th, when […]

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Despite a McDavid goose egg Bruins fall to Oilers 3-2

A two goal performance from the top talent in the world, Connor McDavid, on February 27th was not enough for the Edmonton Oilers to skate past the Boston Bruins. What was the difference in that 3-2 victory? Boston’s depth. Of the three goals scored, only one point was recorded by a member of the Bruins […]

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Hockey players from ‘The Rock’  rockin’ it on the ice 

Newfoundland & Labrador’s own Dawson Mercer, 21, of the New Jersey Devils extended his point streak this week to 11 games in a 3-2 shootout win against the Washington Capitals at Capital One Arena in Washington. The Bay Roberts, Newfoundland native, had a goal and an assist, giving him 19 points (11 goals & eight […]

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Wild Will Need Their Goaltending To Be Big Down the Stretch

For the last 11 games, everything went the Minnesota Wild’s way. The team gained at least a point in every game, and more importantly, they put themselves right in the thick of things in the Central Division. In fact, thanks to their recent stretch of outstanding play, as of this writing (Thursday, March 9), the […]

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ECHL News: Pavel Gogolev Returns to the NL Growlers

As many suspected, the Newfoundland Growlers have been assigned Pavel Gogolev from the Toronto Marlies. Gogo will suit up in black & gold tonight as the team faces Reading Royals for the first in a set of three at the Mary Brown’s Centre. The Growlers remain at home for another three games, where they will […]

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Bruins Late Round Pick Making Impact at Boston College

The Boston Bruins have been the best team in the National Hockey League pretty much wire-to-wire this season. General Manager Don Sweeney has put together a strong roster of veteran players, made key additions at the trade deadline, and has seen some of his own draft picks become key members of a Stanley Cup contender. […]

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Washington Capitals goaltender Darcy Kuemper, right, looks at the play as Jesper Boqvist controls the puck for the New Jersey Devils behind the net against defender Vincent Iorio.

Recap: Capitals Frustrated by Devils

The Washington Capitals played their first home game since last Friday’s trade deadline on Thursday night against the New Jersey Devils. Despite being out-shot by more than double in two of three periods, the Capitals earned a standings point by reaching the fourth round of a shootout. New Devil Timo Meier scored the only shootout […]

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Breaking: Chuck Fletcher Fired by Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers have fired General Manager Chuck Fletcher. Former Flyer legend Danny Briere will replace him on an interim basis. After another trade deadline that saw the Flyers add nothing of significance and fail to unload any of their bloated contracts, the writing was on the wall for Fletcher, and the axe finally fell […]

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Report: Taylor Hall Expected to Return From Injury Sooner Than Expected

The Boston Bruins have been without one of their dynamic playmakers since February 25th. During a west coast road trip, forward Taylor Hall returned home to Boston with a lower-body injury with two games remaining on the trip. Once the Bruins returned home to Boston, they officially placed Hall on long-term injured reserve. Since the […]

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Kings Continue Winning Ways

Going into the season, if one were to tell you that the Los Angeles Kings would be one of the league’s best teams this season, would you have believed them? I know that I would not have. Sure, I figured they had some good players and would find a way to squeak into the playoffs, […]

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