Brent Burns

Mario Ferraro Season Preview

When the San Jose Sharks downturn started in the 2019-2020 season, one player encapsulated hope for the franchise: Mario Ferraro. He was a plucky rookie defenseman who gave it all his every shift. Fans gravitated to Ferraro’s style of play, and looked like a player who could help get the franchise on track the next […]

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Mike Grier

What We Have Learned About Mike Grier’s Vision

When Mike Grier took over the San Jose Sharks days before the 2022 NHL Draft, he inherited a mess. A team with an aging roster, massive cap issues, and no clear direction for the franchise. Fast forward a season, and Grier’s vision is starting to come into view. This is a rebuild Mike Grier embraced […]

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Kyle Burroughs

San Jose Sharks Sign Several Players

The San Jose Sharks announced the signings of several players with the start of free agency. Jacob Peterson Jacob Peterson signed a one-year, two-way contract worth $775k AAV prior to the start of free agency. Peterson (23) was acquired last season from the Dallas Stars in exchange for Scott Reedy. Peterson scored 8 points in […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Free Agency Day 1 Report Card

Day 1 of the NHL Free Agency is wrapping up for the most part and here is a report card on how they did today.

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Anthony Duclair traded to the San Jose Sharks

The San Jose Sharks announced a trade with the Florida Panthers. The Sharks received winger Anthony Duclair while center Steven Lorentz and a 2025 5th-round pick were sent to the Panthers. Duclair (27) missed most of the season after undergoing Achilles surgery during offseason training last summer. He finished with two goals and nine points […]

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The Carolina Hurricanes by the bench during a timeout in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Hurricanes Doing All The Right Things

Winning in the Stanley Cup playoffs is one of the hardest things to do in professional sports. A lot of blood, sweat, tears, sacrifice, and so much more goes into winning a game at this time of the year. That is why it is considered an honor in the NHL to be one of the […]

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Letang Buries OT Winner In Pens Big Win Against Rangers

The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the New York Rangers today 3-2 in overtime at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.  Forward Jason Zucker scored in his fourth straight game, and forwards Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin each got two assists for the Pens, who improved to 34-22-10 on the season, and 7-1-1 in their last nine games. […]

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Carolina Acquires Shayne Gostisbehere From Arizona

The Carolina has been one of the few contenders to make a move so far as they stood pat, watching all their competition make big splash after big splash. They specifically watched the New York Rangers acquire Patrick Kane and Vladimir Tarasenko as the Devils got Timo Meier. One thing the Canes have done well […]

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Dougie Hamilton Is Having a Career Year with the New Jersey Devils

Dougie Hamilton is an elite defenseman. Dougie has always been a strangely polarizing figure in the hockey world. Whether it be his reported penchant for museums or rumored locker-room issues (which have long since been proven nonexistent), Dougie has nearly always been in the limelight for things that he shouldn’t be while his consistent stellar […]

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Can Pyotr Kotchetkov Bring Home the Calder Trophy to Carolina?

Coming into the 2022-23 season, there were high expectations for the Carolina Hurricanes as they went all in during the offseason adding big-name players such as Brent Burns and Max Pacioretty. It has been one player, though, that has taken this team by storm and made an impact that no one saw coming. Rookie goaltender […]

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