Day: June 15, 2023

Jack Eichel Wins A Stanley Cup Before Connor McDavid

Jack Eichel might have been drafted second overall in the 2015 NHL draft, but he’s the first from North Chelmsford, Massachusetts, to win the Stanley Cup. While the Buffalo Sabres would initially draft Eichel, time passed, and he was traded to the Vegas Golden Knights. A small town that could’ve just continued to do what […]

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5 Draft Eligible Prospects Penguins Fans Should Keep an Eye on

The Pittsburgh Penguins currently hold the fourteenth overall selection at the 2023 NHL Entry Draft later this month. After a disappointing season for the Penguins in 2022-23, the black and gold are currently in possession of the team’s highest pick since 2012. Obviously, with the team having such a strong competitive window, first-round picks haven’t […]

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Ghosts Of Oilers Past: Justin Schultz

Initially a prospect of the Anaheim Ducks, drafted 43rd overall in 2008. Justin Schultz had 91 points in 108 games played for the West Kelowna Warriors in the British Columbia Hockey League. Schultz followed this up with 113 points in 121 games played for the University of Wisconsin in the Western College Hockey Association. Schultz […]

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Mark Stone Makes History With Hat Trick in Stanley Cup Clinching Game

In the Vegas Golden Knights Stanley Cup-clinching game, Mark Stone became the third player in NHL history and the first in 101 years to score a hat-trick in the Stanley Cup-clinching game. With Stone’s hat trick in the 2023 Stanley Cup Finals, he joins an exclusive club, see below. Babe Dye – Toronto St Patricks […]

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Artyom Duda leaves KHL for University of Maine

Artyom Duda, the 6’1”, 187-pound left-shot defenseman from Russia, has left the KHL and its junior leagues to continue his growth and development in North America. What does this mean for him and the team that drafted him? Dudas development and growth Artyom played 14 games in the MHL, scoring five goals and 13 points […]

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Boston Bruins: Why Moving On From Bruce Cassidy Is Still The Right Decision

As the Vegas Golden Knights lifted the Stanley Cup in Bruce Cassidy’s first season as head coach, Boston Bruins fans were left wondering if their favorite team made a mistake. Just over a year ago, the Bruins decided to part ways with Cassidy and, in turn, eventually hired Jim Montgomery. What followed seems straight out […]

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Taking More Looks at What Dubas Should Do This Offseason

In my last article, I looked at some of the top targets for the Penguins that they could acquire either through trades or in free agency.  Today, I look at more likely moves that Kyle Dubas could make as the Pens’ interim GM, the player he should keep, and who the Penguins should take in […]

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