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Vegas Golden Knights

Jonathan Toews

Five Teams That Could Trade For Toews

Coming into the season, Jonathan Toews had zero to no trade value. However, that is no longer the case. Toews has easily been the best player for the Blackhawks through the first fifteen games. With seven goals and three assists, Toews already has ten points. Toews will easily pass his goal mark of twelve last […]

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Player Profile: Chandler Stephenson

Chandler Stephenson was born on April 22, 1994, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Stephenson grew up in a hockey family. Stephenson’s uncle, Bob Stephenson, played in the National Hockey League and the World Hockey Association while cousin Joey Kocur was a winger for the Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers, and Vancouver Canucks who amassed over 2,500 […]

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NHL’s Reverse Retro 2.0 Jerseys — Ranked 1-32

The NHL released their reverse retro jerseys last week, and while some teams have released some very nice ones, other teams could’ve done a lot better. I ranked them based on several things, including design, logo, overall look, theming of “reverse retro,” and creativity. Here is my ranking of all 32 Reverse Retro 2.0 Jerseys […]

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The Golden Knights’ Unlikely Ironman

Phil Kessel has always been a dangerous offensive talent, scoring at least 20 goals in a season 12 times and with four teams. Kessel’s offensive skill set is elite, leaving the former University of Minnesota star within one goal of 400 for his career. The right wing has also been a solid postseason performer with […]

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Vegas Golden Knights’ Star Finally Fitting In

When the Vegas Golden Knights were eliminated from the 2021-22 NHL playoffs last April, fans were disappointed and angry. A good portion of that anger was directed toward star center Jack Eichel, acquired via trade in November of 2021 but did not debut until mid-February. The former Boston University star was brought in to be […]

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A Big Reason For Golden Knights’ Loss To Flames Might Be A Bruce Cassidy Issue

The Golden Knights had a 2-0 lead in a “tough place to play” against an excellent Calgary Flames team Tuesday night. As Head Coach Bruce Cassidy said, it was an opportunity to take two points against a team that plays well at home. Unfortunately, the 2-0 lead turned into a 3-2 loss, the first loss […]

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The Case for Why Logan Thompson Is a True #1 Goalie in the League

Once Robin Lehner went down with hip surgery which forced him to miss the entirety of the 2022-23 season, there were questions in the goal leading up to the season as to whether the Golden Knights might trade for a true #1 starter or have Logan Thompson step up and take that spot. Through training […]

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Golden Knights Are Learning That Bruce Cassidy Is a No-Nonsense Coach

Ask Brandon Carlo about Bruce Cassidy. Ask Jake DeBrusk about his former coach. Ask Jack Studnicka how his development as a professional hockey player progressed with Bruce Cassidy as his coach. Ask any members of Cassidy’s old club about their former mentor, and you will get some interesting stories and insight into the new head […]

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The Golden Knights Have Their X-Factor Back

Finally healthy, Captain Mark Stone is back and already making big plays #NHL #TheGoldenAge #VegasBorn

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The Bruce Cassidy Era Begins in Vegas

After Bruce Cassidy was relieved of his duties rather abruptly in Boston after a first-round loss to Carolina last season, the Vegas Golden Knights were quick to offer the former Bruins head coach a five-year contract worth $22.5 million. Cassidy is now working on getting the Golden Knights back into the playoffs after missing the […]

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