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A Look Back At Crazy Offer Sheets in the NHL

As a New York Rangers fan, I am well aware of offer sheets. On August 7th of, 1997, the Blueshirts signed the great Colorado Avalanche forward Joe Sakic to a contract offer sheet of $21 million over three seasons. At the time, the team was looking to replace Mark Messier since the “Messiah” went and signed […]

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The Panthers Have the Heart of a Lyon

After being the best team in the league last season, the Florida Panthers struggled to find their way for much of this year. Do not look now, but the Panthers appeared to have found themselves at the most important time of the regular season. Thanks to a Buffalo Sabres loss to the New Jersey Devils […]

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Sabres: Levi is up to the task

For the first time in what seems like forever, the Buffalo Sabres are playing meaningful hockey games in April. Thanks to a 3-2 shootout win over the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Monday Night, April 10th, the Sabres are now 40-32-7 for 87 points, which currently (Tuesday, April 11th) has them three […]

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Penguins Fans Set To Become Caps, Flyers Fans For The Day

For the first time in NHL history, all 32 teams are playing today, just a week before the regular season ends. Three games are a much watch if you’re a fan of a team in the Eastern Conference.  Those three games are the Pittsburgh Penguins versus the Detroit Red Wings (in which the Penguins are […]

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Eastern Conference Wild Card Race

A hectic last two weeks is definitely in our future for the Eastern Conference Wild Card Race. The race is down to four teams currently. Panthers(87 pts – 78GP) Islanders(87 pts – 78GP) Penguins(86 pts – 78GP) Sabres(81 pts – 76GP) Pointing out the obvious, the Islanders held the games played lead, which is foreboding […]

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The Time to Win the Cup Is Now For The Rangers

Thanks to losses by the Florida Panthers and the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night, March 27, the New York Rangers clinched a spot in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs. With that in mind, this year could be the best chance for the Blueshirts to win hockey’s Holy Grail, which they have not done since 1994. […]

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Player Profile: Taylor Hall

Taylor Hall was born on November 14, 1991, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. His father, Steve Hall, was a wide receiver who played in the Canadian Football League for the Ottawa Rough Riders, Toronto Argonauts, and Winnipeg Blue Bombers from 1983-1985. As a 15-year-old, Taylor played for the Greater Kingston Gaels U-16 team of the Eastern […]

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Rangers Rolling in the Right Direction

After struggling through the first several weeks of the season, the New York Rangers have found their game at the right time and are beginning to look like serious Stanley Cup contenders. The Rangers have won three straight games, outscoring their opponents 15-5 in those three games. Not only did they dominate the opposition in […]

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Vintage Shesterkin Helps Rangers Beat Sabres

It has been an interesting season for New York Rangers All-Star goaltender Igor Shesterkin. He has close to 30 wins, has performed well on the road this season, and was named to his first All-Star game. On the other hand, both his goals-against average and save percentage have taken a big hit this season, and […]

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Islanders Coming Back to Life At the Right Time

If you are a hockey fan who has followed the NHL closely this season, there is no doubt that you are paying close attention to the standings at this time of year. One of the great things about the NHL is that there is a lot of parity, which has certainly been the case this […]

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