Eastern Conference

Zach Hyman: A Great First Impression

Before Joining The Oilers On July 1st of 2021, the Oilers opened up free agency by announcing the signing of Zach Hyman, a Toronto Maple Leaf for the previous six seasons. In the NHL Entry Draft, Hyman was drafted 123rd overall by the Florida Panthers. Leading up to the draft, Hyman played in the Central […]

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Sabers retain Victor Olofsson on two-year contract

The Buffalo Sabres have signed forward Victor Olofsson to a two-year contract with an AAV of $4.75 million, the team announced Wednesday. The 26-year-old Olofsson reached career highs in assists (29) and points (49) and tied his previous career high with 20 goals last season despite suffering an injury that forced him to miss 10 games […]

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Oilers Seem Ready to Say Goodbye to Evander Kane

Since joining the Oilers in late January, Kane immediately impacted the Oilers’ offense. In his first game against the Montreal Canadiens. When Kane joined the Oilers, they were both going through a very rough time. Kane, with his personal life having troubles left and right, and the Oilers seemingly free-falling in the standings to 5th […]

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Duncan Keith Has Called It A Career

Per Pierre LeBrun, Duncan Keith has told the Edmonton Oilers he is officially retiring. The Oilers previously gave Keith a deadline of July 1st to let them know his plans, but after two deadline extensions, Keith has decided to hang them up. He might not be the only one on the Oilers to have played […]

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No need to panic after back to back VGK losses

Despite the Vegas Golden Knights losing their last two contests, things are trending in the right direction. Back-to-back losses in the NHL are never something a team wants to endure, but this road trip has yielded some positives anyways. The road trip started in Washington, where an extremely shorthanded VGK side took down a very […]

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Edmonton Needs To Make Changes Soon, Or Else

Last night, the Oilers were beating the visiting Ottawa Senators 3-1, heading into the 3rd period, in which their depth scored all three goals. All they need to do is not give up the lead to the 30th place Senators team, get the win, and get back into a wildcard spot. They can surely do […]

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What Would It Mean For The NHL If The Quebec Nordiques Were To Return

With new rumors circulating about Quebec Premier François Legault has set requested a meeting with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman about the possible return of the Quebec Nordiques, it raises the question of what this would mean for the NHL, Quebec City, and the Province of Quebec.  The Nordiques were relocated from Quebec City to Denver, […]

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Report: Fenway Sports Group LLC Looking To Purchase The Pittsburgh Penguins

The Fenway Sports Group LLC, the owners of the Boston Red Sox, are reportedly in advanced talks with the Pittsburgh Penguins about purchasing the organization. The Penguins are currently owned by Hockey Hall Of Famer Mario Lemieux and Investor Ron Burkle, who purchased the franchise during bankruptcy in 1999. Fenway Sports Group LLC is controlled […]

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Breaking News: Jack Eichel Undergoes Successful Artificial Disk Replacement

According to the Vegas Golden Knights, Jack Eichel underwent a successful Artificial Disk Replacement Surgery on November 12th. He will now begin what many have speculated will be a three to five-month recovery process. Eichel was recently traded to the Vegas Golden Knights in exchange for forwards Peyton Krebs, Alex Tuch, a 2022 3rd round […]

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Aleksander Barkov

Milestones: Barkov Becomes The Panthers All-Time Goals Leader

With Barkov scoring his eighth goal of the season and his 189th career goal in the Panthers’ 7-3 loss to the New Jersey Devils, he has passed Olli Jokinen, the Panthers’ previous leader, with 188 goals. Barkov was selected by the Panthers second overall in the 2013 NHL entry draft. Barkov doesn’t have the most […]

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