Author: Tyler Smith

The Best Landing Spots for Chandler Stephenson

Chandler Stephenson becomes a free agent on July 1st when the new league year in the NHL begins. The 6’0, 209lb center from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, will be looking to sign a contract that will set him and his family up for life. Stephenson turned 30 on April 22nd, and this could be his last chance at […]

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The Best Landing Spots for Sam Reinhart

Sam Reinhart is set to hit free agency on July 1st on the heels of a career-best season for the 28-year-old Florida Panther. Reinhart, the 2nd overall pick in the 2014 NHL Draft, had career highs in goals, points, shot percentage, and power-play goals. The West Vancouver native enters free agency as the most coveted […]

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Will Don Sweeney Disappoint in Free Agency?

The Boston Bruins hired General Manager Don Sweeney on May 20, 2015. Sweeney has signed 216 players, drafted 54, and made 42 trades since that time. Bruins fans would probably like to forget about some of the draft picks (especially the 1st round in 2015) and some of the trades (Kirill Kaprizov for a 5th-round […]

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The Best Landing Spots For Steven Stamkos

Tampa Bay Lightning legend Steven Stamkos will hit free agency for the first time on July 1st. The two-time Stanley Cup winner is in unfamiliar territory, as the 34-year-old can decide where he finishes his career. While many teams would love an elite goal-scoring threat on their roster, it will boil down to where Stamkos […]

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The Best Landing Spots for Jonathan Marchessault

Vegas Golden Knights‘ Right Wing Jonathan Marchessault will become an Unrestricted Free Agent on July 1st. He had the best goal-scoring season of his NHL career with 42 goals last season for the defending Stanley Cup Champions. The 2023 Conn Smythe Trophy Winner is a priority for Vegas, although no contract talks have begun yet between Vegas […]

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The Best Landing Spots for Jake Guentzel

Carolina Hurricanes’ Left Wing Jake Guentzel will become an Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA) on July 1st. He’s coming off a 30-goal, 47-assist, 77-point year split between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Carolina Hurricanes. The Hurricanes traded for Guentzel at the deadline by sending Matthew Bunting, prospects Vasily Ponomarev and Ville Koivunen, the rights to forward […]

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What Will Jeremy Swayman’s Contract Look Like?

Boston Bruins goaltender Jeremy Swayman played this season on a 1 year, $3.475 million deal that he was awarded during arbitration. The 25-year-old Anchorage, Alaska native was not happy with the arbitration process and made it known, “Of course, I’m going to be upset in situations. I’m a human being,” said Swayman to The Athletic. […]

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I Know What the Bruins Are Doing This Summer

As a kid, you couldn’t wait for Summer Vacation, counting down the school days until you were FREE. As Bruins fans, the off-season came earlier than we’d hoped, and with summer right around the corner, I thought I could dispense some advice to our beloved hockey team about how they should spend their summer vacations. […]

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The Bruins Are at a Crossroads; Rebuild or Reload?

This off-season could be a pivotal time for the success of the Boston Bruins moving forward. The Bruins are fresh off their 3rd straight playoff exit, and 2nd in a row to the extremely unlikeable but undeniably talented Florida Panthers (*eh, Florida Dive Team). As Florida prepares for their 2nd straight trip to the Stanley […]

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