Marco Scandella in a St. Louis Blues uniform

Player Profile: Marco Scandella

Love him or hate him, Marco Scandella is a part of the St. Louis Blues’ defense. Marco Scandella, a Blues defenseman, was born to parents Francesco and Sandra Scandella in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on February 23, 1990. The 33-year-old comes from a hockey family, as his older brother, Giulio Scandella, is a professional hockey player […]

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Kraken Prospect Enjoying Another Strong Season In The WHL

In just two seasons, the Seattle Kraken has made a name for themselves in the NHL, becoming a playoff contender. They have enjoyed a strong second season as a franchise, as they are currently second in the Pacific Division with a 28-17-5 record and 63 points. While the present is looking bright for the Kraken, […]

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Sidney Crosby Named to Order of Canada

“Crosby scores! Sidney Crosby, the golden goal! And Canada has once in a lifetime won Olympic Gold!” Canadians all around the world heard Chris Cuthbert’s call when Sidney Crosby shot the puck five-hole on Ryan Miller to clinch the Gold Medal in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. His international clutchness didn’t stop there as […]

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NHL Potentially Postponing Several Games On Friday

The NHL is preparing for its annual holiday break, where no games will be played for three days from December 24th to December 26th, with the league action starting back up on the 27th. In the coming days, though, the NHL has a jam-packed schedule of 28 games over the next three days. That may […]

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Islanders’ DuFour, Raty To Battle For World Junior Gold

If you’re an Islanders fan and a fan of watching the World Juniors, you’re getting the best of both worlds as the 2022 World Junior Championship wraps up. On Saturday night, Team Canada and Team Finland will battle it out for junior hockey glory. The game will also feature a battle between two prospects that […]

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USA & Canada disappoint in Men’s Hockey at the Winter Olympics

There were high expectations coming into the 2022 Winter Olympics for powerhouse countries such as Team Canada and Team USA in Men’s hockey despite not having NHL players, which was a problem for Canada and USA in 2018. In 2018, USA got eliminated in the quarter-finals by Czechia in the shootout. 4 years later, USA […]

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World Juniors set for a potential return in Summer 2022

Every hockey fan’s favorite holiday tradition, the World Juniors tournament, may be set to return this summer. The tournament was shut down in December after only five days of competition due to teams contracting the Omicron variant of COVID, which canceled multiple games and affected the tournament’s integrity. In a report done by Robert Durkac […]

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Empty NHL Building

Source: The NHL May Need To Extend Their Season If Things Don’t Change

The NHL has been having significant issues with COVID all season, and right before the holiday, the league shut down and canceled their trips to the Olympics. That three weeks from the Olympics was supposed to be enough to cover for the COVID shutdown, but just a few weeks removed from the holiday break, it […]

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Connor Bedard

Bedard scores FOUR goals. Will he be better than McDavid?

Connor Bedard is the real deal. He is only sixteen years old and just scored four goals, including a natural hat trick. Connor Bedard would go on to finish the game versus Austria with five points. Bedard is the first sixteen-year-old to have a hat trick in the tournament since Wayne Gretzky back in 1977. […]

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Oil Kings Defenceman Kaiden Guhle Named Captain Canada

On Monday afternoon, Canada announced their leadership group for the 2022 World Junior Hockey Championship in Edmonton and Red Deer. The player that will carry the title of Captain Canada will be none other than the recent Edmonton Oil Kings acquisition and 2020 first-round pick of the Montreal Canadiens – Kaiden Guhle. Edmonton had just […]

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