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Author: Ray Aniston

Ray Aniston has been writing and podcasting for several websites in recent years. This new venture is the first to have a site covering the entire NHL and not just a single team.

Can Juuse Saros Manage the Workload in Nashville?

The Nashville Predators will turn to Juuse Saros again this season to carry a heavy workload and to perform in a way that will keep a team with high expectations happy. The 27-year-old, 5’11, 180lbs goaltender saw his workload increase last year and will likely see that same trend this year. Before diving into workload […]

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NHL Special Events: 2022-2023 Season Preview

As we head speeding toward the pre-season, the NHL is preparing to return to the world stage for the first time since a global pandemic. Yes, the outdoor games will be back in style, but for the first time since 2019, the NHL will return to the international stage in four discrete destinations. In addition […]

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Canucks Luke Schenn

NHL versus NFL: Which sports league is tougher?

The NHL and the NFL are two of the most physically demanding sports leagues in the world, famed for a high level of physicality and player aggression. While hockey and football are two completely different sports, there are several similarities. These are most notably concerned with player contact, as both sports encourage an inherently physical […]

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Gary Bettman Press Conference

The Highest Earners in the NHL

As the fifth-wealthiest professional sports league worldwide, the National Hockey League has some of the highest earners in global sport. Few other games can match hockey’s high-octane and immensely physical nature, so it’s unsurprising that the players are rewarded so handsomely. Moreover, with an average of 460,000 television viewers for each NHL match, there’s no […]

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Player Profile: Jack Rathbone

Jack Rathbone was born in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, on May 20th, 1999. The truth is, Jack had hockey in his blood from the time he was born. His father, Jason, played for Boston College for four years, from 1988 to 1992. He wore an A in his final season with Boston College before playing only […]

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Jack Eichel Green Jersey

Eichel Participates In First Contact Practice As Golden Knight

If you’re a Vegas Golden Knights fan, you’ve probably been dreaming about the day you see Jack Eichel officially take the ice as a Vegas Golden Knight. Well, I am here to tell you your dreams are getting closer to reality. For the first time this season, Eichel did not have a no-contact sweater (or […]

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Empty NHL Building

Source: The NHL May Need To Extend Their Season If Things Don’t Change

The NHL has been having significant issues with COVID all season, and right before the holiday, the league shut down and canceled their trips to the Olympics. That three weeks from the Olympics was supposed to be enough to cover for the COVID shutdown, but just a few weeks removed from the holiday break, it […]

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Evander Kane Skating

Breaking News: Evander Kane’s Contract To Be Terminated By Sharks Organization

The San Jose Sharks have informed Evander Kane that he is has been placed on unconditional waivers to terminate his contract. This is not Kane’s first violation of COVID protocols, and it appears the team has had enough of the issues surrounding this player. Kane earlier this season was suspended from the NHL for 21 […]

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Empty NHL Building

NHL Files Lawsuit Against Insurance Companies for Over $1 Billion in Losses

According to Rick Westhead of the popular TSN Canada website, the NHL filed a lawsuit against multiple insurance companies for losses sustained due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This news comes as many teams have been feeling the financial pressures of the pandemic and as Canadian buildings have started reopening with reduced capacity. According to Westhead’s […]

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Evgenii Dadonov

Trade Rumors: Cap Space Not An Issue; Vegas Still Talking Trades

The Las Vegas Golden Knights may have found a way around their cap issues related to bringing in a healthy Jack Eichel with the recent wrist injury to Max Pacioretty, but does that mean they’re done on the trade market? According to a source familiar with the situation in Vegas, it would appear that while […]

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