Day: March 13, 2023

Report: Hurricanes Star Forward Could Miss Remainder Of Season

The Carolina Hurricanes are the second-best team in the NHL, trailing the Boston Bruins by 11 points for the top spot. After revamping the roster in the offseason, they have shown they are a legitimate Stanley Cup contender this season as they sit first in the Metropolitan Division with a 43-14-8 record and 94 points. […]

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This Week On Oilers Hockey: 22

After Saturday’s 7-4 loss against the Maple Leafs, Ryan McLeod and Vincent Desharnais were initially on the list of players to speak with the media. But as Oilers media members pointed out on Twitter, they had their names taken off that list; Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Evander Kane answered questions instead. As someone who attended the […]

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Quick Off to Great Start in Vegas

Do not look now, but it looks like Vegas Golden Knights’ new goaltender Jonathan Quick has turned back the clock. After struggling with the Los Angeles Kings for much of the season, his fortunes, at least for now, seemed to have changed in Vegas. That might be an understatement. Since being traded to the Golden Knights […]

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LGP 66: Battle of the Border 2.0

The Leafs face off against the Sabres tonight in hopes of increasing their lead on the Tampa Bay Lightning in the standings. After a chaotic win on Sunday, the Leafs will look to play a more disciplined game and drive possession to end up in the win column. It seems like Keefe has been liking […]

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AHL: Providence Bruins Forward Has Five Point Night

Providence Bruins forward Vinni Lettieri had a night to remember on Sunday in a 5-3 win over the Hershey Bears in American Hockey League action. The 28-year-old winger scored a hat trick and added two assists as he factored in all of the team’s five goals on the afternoon. Lettieri scored 1:36 into the game […]

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ECHL: Savannah’s Spooky Shootouts

Closing out the 2022-2023 season As the end of the 2022-2023 season is rapidly approaching, the Savannah Ghost Pirates have been playing a lot more aggressively in order to leave this season, knowing they fought well and hard. This weekend, they had three consecutive games, with only one being at home in Enmarket Arena. On […]

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Player Profile: Charlie Coyle

Charles Coyle was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, on March 2, 1992. Coyle comes from good hockey bloodlines as his cousin Tony Amonte played 1,174 regular season NHL games and scored 900 points for five teams. From 2007-2009, Charlie Coyle played his high school hockey at Thayer Academy prep school in Braintree, Massachusetts, where his cousin […]

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Rasmus Sandin Taking Advantage of New Opportunity in Washington

The Washington Capitals were major sellers at the 2023 NHL Trade Deadline, and while they unloaded several veterans on expiring contracts, they made one addition. After their trade with the Boston Bruins that sent Dmitry Orlov and Garnet Hathaway to Beantown, the Capitals found themselves with an extra first-round pick at their disposal. Knowing the […]

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ECHL Recap: Overtime Highs & Lows for Newfoundland Growlers in Games 57 & 58 

The Newfoundland Growlers’ game 57 ended with a 5:4 win in overtime for the Reading Royals, who faced the black & gold on Growlers’ turf, but what a game it was for fans of either ECHL team. While Reading led 3-0, a sudden third period offensive onslaught by the Growlers brought fans in the stands […]

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ECHL: Evan Barratt Scores His Second Hat Trick This Week For Reading

This week, the Royals played both Canadian opponents, the Trois-Rivières Lions and the Newfoundland Growlers, with Evan Barratt earning his second hat-trick for the second week in a row. Reading Royals vs. Trois-Rivières Lions (3/3/23, 3/4/23, 3/5/23, and 3/8/23) The Reading Royals played four games against Trois-Rivières in six days, winning two at home. Their […]

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