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Coyotes Select at 6 and 12 in the NHL Draft
The Coyotes hold serve in the lottery and select at 6th overall with their own pick. A continuation of them having awful lottery luck and never moving up yet again. But they did not drop and, more importantly, kept the Senators puck at 12 in a top-heavy draft. What does that mean for the rebuild […]
Canucks are Eliminated, Now What?
The Canucks have officially been eliminated from playoff contention. While many fans have seen this as inevitable as the team lost 7 to start the season, now management has to take a long hard look in the mirror and figure out what went wrong with a team that needed to make the playoffs. We look […]
Meet John Boynton, One of the Partners Behind the PHF
The PHF is an exciting women’s hockey league emerging, and it has grown since day one thanks to a group of partners called BTM Partners. Funny enough, the letters stand out for Boston, Toronto, and Montreal. The Boston Pride, the Toronto Six, and the brand new Montreal Force are all owned by this group looking […]
PHF Salary Cap to Double
The Premier Hockey Federation keeps on growing. On Wednesday, December 14, the league announced the salary cap would increase to a historic $1.5 million per team for the 2023-24 season. In 2021, the salary cap was just $150,000. It has increased 900% since then. This increase is the league’s third salary increase in nine seasons […]
Bruins Place Three Veterans On Waivers
On Sunday, the Boston Bruins waived three veteran players as the team looks to get salary cap complaint before Monday’s 5 pm Eastern time deadline. Left-wing Nick Foligno, right-wing Chris Wagner, and defenseman Mike Reilly were all placed on waivers. Any team can now claim any of these players and assume their salaries. Foligno was […]