Day: April 3, 2023

Malkin’s Impact Helps (And Nearly Ruins) Penguins Win Against Philly

Forward Evgeni Malkin had an impact on the Penguins’ 4-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday. He had two assists, including a great pass, which gave him 80 points on the season.  Malkin also had four minor penalties in the game. His fourth one was an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, which became a 10-minute misconduct, which […]

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Toronto Marlies end seven game losing streak

The Toronto Marlies finally put an end to their losing streak. Toronto defeated the Belleville Senators 6-2 on Sunday, April 2nd. They had lost their previous seven games. The Marlies’ six goals on Sunday are more than the goal total (5) from all seven games combined during their losing streak. Thanks to the win, the […]

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ECHL: Atlanta Gladiators Blank Florida Everblades, Playoffs still a Small Possibility. 

Assistant captain Cody Sylvester notched his first-ever hat trick, and rookie Goalie Tyler Harmon stopped all 37 shots he faced for a 4-0 win over the Florida Everblades Sunday afternoon. The Gladiators needed the win as they fell to the Everblades on Saturday night, putting them seven points behind Florida for the final spot in […]

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This Week On Oilers Hockey: 25

A week without a single loss. Kane, Draisaitl, and McDavid all reached 300 career goals. Draisaitl recorded his third 50 goal season. Back-to-back shutouts from both goalies after not having even one all season long. And the Edmonton Oilers are officially a playoff team in 2023 after Saturday night’s win. Yes, this was a very […]

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Maine Mariners Extend Affiliation With Boston Bruins

The Maine Mariners announced on Monday Morning that they have extended their affiliation with the Boston Bruins through the 2024-25 season; the team will also remain affiliated with the Providence Bruins at the AHL level. The Bruins have had an AHL affiliate since 1991; however, the Maine Mariners are the team’s closest geographically. As of […]

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Ned Stands Tall As Red Wings Defeat Leafs 5-2

It’s officially official. For a second straight year, the Toronto Maple Leafs will take on the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  The Leafs were returning home to take on the Red Wings after coming off a 3-0 victory over the Senators in Kanata last night. With just two […]

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