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Vasilevskiy Returning to Form for the Lightning

The beginning of the 2023-24 season was not a good one for Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy. Vasilevskiy, 29, missed the first 20 games of the season while recovering from surgery to repair a herniated disc in his lower back. To make matters worse, the Lightning did not play well while Vasilevskiy was hurt. […]

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Opinion: Mike Richter and The Hockey Hall of Fame

With the 2023 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductions now behind us, I wanted to take this time to take a look at a goaltender who I think will continue to get passed by. That goaltender is former New York Ranger great Mike Richter. Richter, a Rangers’ lifer who has been eligible for the Hall of […]

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Carl Hagelin Announces Retirement from NHL

Carl Hagelin, 35, announced his retirement from the NHL via an Instagram post on Wednesday, August 30th, citing a scary eye injury he suffered in 2022. “Unfortunately, my eye injury is too severe to keep playing the game I love,” Hagelin stated in his Instagram caption. After taking a stick to the face during a […]

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Bargain Bin: Leafs, Bruins, Flames, Hockey Hall of Fame

One of the best things when it comes to rumors and news in the NHL is the fact that it is always so unpredictable and catches you by surprise. Let’s dive into today’s edition of Bargain Bin on Thursday, June 22nd. Toronto Maple Leafs It is no secret that the Toronto Maple Leafs have a […]

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Seven Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

We officially have our 2023 Hockey Hall of Fame class! Tom Barrasso Career stats-369 wins, 277 losses, 3.24 GAA, .892 SV% Career Achievements- Won both the Calder and Vezina trophies in his rookie year in 1984, made the first All-Star team in 1984, Won the William Jennings Trophy for being the goalie of the team […]

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It’s Ridiculous That Chris Osgood Is Still Not In The Hockey Hall Of Fame

It has been 12 years since former three-time Stanley Cup winning goaltender Chris Osgood has hung up his skates and retired from the NHL. For the 9th year of his retirement, Osgood did not get a call to be enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Why? Osgood was drafted in the 3rd round by […]

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Barrasso Finally Gets His Due

With the Hockey Hall of Fame announcing its new class on Wednesday, June 21st, one should have noticed that there was a theme that really had not been present before. That theme was goaltenders. This year, the selection committee announced that three goaltenders would be going into its Hall of Fame. One of them was […]

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Rangers “King” Lundqvist Gets Elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame

With his number 30 already in the rafters at Madison Square Garden, former New York Rangers great Henrik Lundqvist will soon be remembered for his greatness at another hockey-related location. On Wednesday, June 21, the Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee announced that the man they call the “King,” who was in his first year […]

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Georgiev Strong in First Season as a Starter

No one really knew what to expect when goaltender Alexandar Georgiev arrived on the NHL scene with the New York Rangers as Henrik Lundqvist’s backup. Yes, fans knew that he would not play a lot behind a legend like Lundqvist, but no one was sure what kind of goaltending he would provide. For the most part, […]

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Nothing But Love for Mats Zuccarello

As someone who is a New York Rangers fan (I will always be a hockey fan first), I still have a lot of love for Minnesota Wild forward Mats Zuccarello. I was lucky enough to see Zuccarello, 35, up close on Broadway for nine and a half seasons. He was fun and exciting to watch, had a great personality, […]

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