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Quick Guide to the 2024 NHL Draft Lottery

The 2024 NHL Draft Lottery is set to take place on Tuesday, May 7, 2024, at the NHL Network’s studio in Secaucus, New Jersey. The 16 teams that find themselves in the draft lottery can move up in the draft, but only the top 11 can land a chance at drafting first overall later in […]

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NHL Teams With the Worst Draft Lottery Luck

With the 2024 NHL Draft Lottery only a few days away, I decided to go through and record all the teams that have suffered the most from the NHL Draft Lottery in the last 5 years. Detroit Red Wings (-5 Spots) Detroit has one of the best U23 rosters in the NHL, despite getting unlucky […]

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Anaheim Ducks Sign Sam Colangelo

The Anaheim Ducks announced today that they are signing Sam Colangelo out of Western Michigan University, to a two year ELC. Sam is a 22 year old, Massachusetts native, wrapping up his senior year of college. He was drafted back in 2020, in the second round, going 36th overall. Sam is a right shot, right-wing/center, […]

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Anaheim Ducks Draft Lottery (Bad) Luck

When building an elite playoff-contending team, you need a bit of luck to go your way. Sometimes, you get that luck through a late draft pick turning into a star for years to come, but the best way to strike a pot of gold is by moving up or even winning the NHL draft lottery. […]

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Matt Duchene Named Dallas Stars Bill Masterton Trophy Nominee

Dallas Stars veteran forward Matt Duchene was named the Bill Masterson trophy nominee on Friday. Duchene, 33, is a left-handed center and right wing from Haliburton, Ontario, Canada. Duchene’s nomination came at a rather unexpected time as some, if not most, of the hockey world, were uncertain if the 33-year-old would improve the Stars’ scoring […]

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“CAWLDIGE HAWKEY” – the Men’s Frozen Four is Set

College basketball holds the main light for the month of March but comparatively, the NCAA hockey tournament occurs simultaneously, with a much shorter layout. If you are unfamiliar, the NCAA hockey tournament looks like this: THE LAYOUT Throughout the season, USA Today runs the men’s college hockey polls, ranking the top 20 teams as the […]

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Trevor Zegras Back From Injury

The Anaheim Ducks have been one of the most injury riddled teams all season long. Luckily for them they seem to be getting healthier than ever right now. Trevor Zegras is expected to make his return tonight vs the Kraken. Trevor has missed 51 games so far this season. Early in the season he started […]

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Player Profile: Jani Hakanpää

Jani Hakanpää is a Finnish right-handed defenseman currently playing for the Dallas Stars. However, Hakanpää hasn’t always been a Dallas Star. Here’s what you need to know about the 31-year-old defenseman you love, like, or hate. Finnish Career BeginningsJani Hakanpää, 31, was born in Kirkkonummi, Finland, on March 31, 1992. Hakanpää stands at 6’7″ and […]

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Player Profile: Miro Heiskanen

Love him or hate him, Miro Heiskanen is here to stay. The Finnish defenseman and alternate captain is a regular on the Dallas Stars roster. The 24-year-old is in the third year of an eight-year, $67.6 million contract, including a full no-movement clause over the final four years, with the Stars until the end of […]

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Should the Anaheim Ducks Sign Steven Stamkos Over the Offseason?

Five hundred thirty-nine goals, 572 assists, seven-time NHL All-Star appearances, two-time Rocket Richard Trophy winner, and two-time Stanley Cup champion—that’s the resume of pending unrestricted free agent Steven Stamkos. The Lightning’s leading point and goal scorer in franchise history is set to become a free agent over the offseason, but it leaves me wondering why […]

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