Day: March 26, 2023

Bruins Star Reaches Milestones

David Pastrnak solidified his career as a Boston Bruin by signing an 8-year extension worth $11.25 million annually on March 2. Twenty-four days later, Pastrnak solidified his spot in Bruins history with his 50th goal of the season, the first Bruin to reach 50 goals since Bruins Team President Cam Neely in 1993-94. In the […]

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Report: Red Wings Unlikely to Sign 2019 Second-Round Pick Robert Mastrosimone

With the NCAA hockey season wrapping up and the Frozen Four tournament less than two weeks away, there has been a flurry of activity with players signing with NHL clubs. After Arizona State failed to make the playoffs, all eyes turned to the Red Wings’ 54th overall pick from 2019, Robbert Mastrosimone, and whether or […]

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Adirondack Thunder Sweep Worcester Railers During Stand Up To Cancer Weekend

It was a massive week for the Adirondack Thunder on the ice, but for more than one reason as the team held their annual Stick It To Cancer Weekend, as they wore special jerseys that would be auctioned off. The proceeds would go to the C.R. Wood Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital, and after […]

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This Week On Oilers Hockey: 24

Congrats to Cody Ceci for playing his 700th NHL game on Saturday night. He has notoriously been a whipping boy for the analytics community and has not played his best hockey paired with Darnell Nurse throughout most of this season. But it’s still a significant accomplishment for any player, and there’s still a lot of […]

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LGP 73: Leafs Rare Sunday Gameday

The Leafs are back again for the second time in as many nights, and this time they’re against the Nashville Predators. After a game where the leafs dominated but still didn’t find a way to come out with the win, the Leafs will be looking to rebound tonight and land back in the win column […]

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Opinions on Sillinger being assigned to Cleveland

The Columbus Blue Jackets have demoted C Cole Sillinger to the Cleveland Monsters. Or, as the organization put it, they loaned. After all, that sounds more gentle. The facts are this is a move that is way overdue and should have been made at the end of November. Last season Sillinger put together an excellent […]

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Top Bruins Prospect Excelling in NCAA Tournament

The Ohio State Buckeyes hockey team is one win away from the NCAA Frozen Four after an 8-1 drubbing of Harvard in the quarterfinals on Friday. The Boston Bruins had extra interest in this one as one of their top prospects was heavily involved. Boston Bruins prospect Mason Lohrei, a sophomore defenseman with the Buckeyes, […]

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Post-Game Analysis: Hurricanes Beat Maple Leafs 5-3 in Raleigh

The Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-3 in the first game of a back-to-back for Toronto. Despite a solid performance for most of the night, the blue and white couldn’t grab the two points. The Maple Leafs will travel to Nashville for tomorrow night’s game at Bridgestone Arena.  The Carolina Hurricanes came out […]

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Player Profile: Erik Gustafsson

The end of February was busy for the Toronto Maple Leafs. They added a handful of new teammates to their roster during that time. On February 28th, 2023, the Maple Leafs announced a trade deal with the Washington Capitals. From the Capitals, the Maple Leafs would receive Boston’s first-round pick in the 2023 NHL draft […]

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The Kids Are Alright

There is no doubt that everyone will mention the usual suspects when it comes to the New York Rangers offense. Fans will talk about Mika Zibanejad, Artemi Panarin, Chris Kreider, Vladimir Tarasenko, Patrick Kane, Vincent Trocheck, and Adam Fox (Yes, I know he is a defenseman). It is these players that have been producing for […]

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