Vancouver Canucks

Physical Canucks Center Could Be A Good Fit For Boston Bruins

There is no denying that the Boston Bruins‘ number one need is top-six center. Since the departures of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, Pavel Zacha and Charlie Coyle have performed admirably, however, this glaring void reared its ugly head again this postseason when Zacha and Coyle combined for two goals in 13 playoff games. Without […]

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Where in the World Will Martin Necas Start Next Season?

Carolina Hurricanes forward Martin Necas has been a common trade-bait for the past season. As the rumor mill heats up about where he’ll be going this offseason, analysis examines possible options.

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Stanley Pup

The Inaugural Stanley Pup

For the first time, the NHL hosted an official Stanley Pup showcasing 16 different dogs that are currently waiting to be adopted. There was one dog for each team that made the Stanley Cup Playoffs this year, including Connor McDoodle and Sergei Bobruffsky, who faced off in honor of the Stanley Cup Finals. The NHL […]

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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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Gritty throwing peace signs in front of pride flag

Ranking NHL Pride Jerseys

June is recognized as Pride Month to not only commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Uprising that was a catalyst for the LGBTQ+ movement, but continues to serve as visibility and a way for the community to celebrate one another while uplifting important issues that continue to surround the community today. The NHL’s Hockey is for Everyone […]

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Former Assistant Coach of the Minnesota Wild Darby Hendrickson

Minnesota Wild Fire Assistant Coach

The Minnesota Wild announced that they have parted ways with assistant coach Darby Hendrickson after 14 years. This comes partly as a surprise given that Hendrickson has been the only coach able to keep his job despite numerous changes over the years. Hendrickson has served under six of the Wild’s seven head coaches in their […]

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Ranking the 2024 NHL Playoff Quarter and Semi-Final Series

It has been over a month since the 2024 NHL Playoffs began. We started with the top sixteen teams in the league and have reached a strong final four. It’s been a rollercoaster of teams battling back and forth, but not all playoff series were created equal, so here are my complete rankings of the […]

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PHOTOS: Vancouver Canucks vs. Edmonton Oilers – 05/14/2024

EDMONTON, AB – The Edmonton Oilers walked away with a dramatic 3-2 victory over the visiting Vancouver Canucks in Game 4 of the second round of the NHL Playoffs. On the heals of a Game 3 loss where Edmonton played good enough to win but fell victim to another poor showing by Stuart Skinner between […]

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Calvin Pickard in net during Game 4 of Oilers vs. Canucls in the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs

NHL Playoffs: Who Should the Edmonton Oilers Start in Net in Game 5?

In his first-ever Stanley Cup Playoff start, Calvin Pickard led the Edmonton Oilers to a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks, evening the series at 2-2 on Tuesday night. The sold-out Rogers Place rallied behind him throughout the game, and he consistently made crucial saves despite heavy traffic in front of the net. Although two […]

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NHL Playoff Preview: Edmonton Oilers vs. Vancouver Canucks | Round 2, Game 4 | 05/14/2024

After Game 3, Stuart Skinner now has the worst Playoff save percentage of any NHL goalie, with at least 20 games played since the 2005 lockout. A calculated .881 SV% on a Cup-contending team, .796 SV% in this series, is a challenge to defend. I don’t want to be too hard on Skinner, I really […]

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