Michael Bunting

It’s Time for Jake Neighbours to Make an Impact for the St. Louis Blues

In 2020, the St. Louis Blues drafted left wing Jake Neighbours in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft, 26th overall. Since then, Neighbours has played in the WHL, AHL, and NHL as he has continued to develop. He played a career-high 43 NHL games last season and has shown flashes of his potential […]

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Opinion: Did the Maple Leafs Actually Upgrade at Left Wing?

This offseason has been considerably different for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Mostly because they have more cap space than in off-seasons prior. Partly due to the fact that a new General Manager operates the Leafs front office. This is also a front office that doesn’t include Kyle Dubas for the first time since July 2014. […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Add Grit This Offseason

The Carolina Hurricanes are certainly not known as one of the tougher teams in the NHL. In fact, they finished dead last in the league with only 5 fighting majors this past regular season. Obviously, much more goes into toughness than just dropping the gloves, but the Hurricanes also finished 30th in hits per 60 […]

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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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Report: Carolina Hurricanes sign Left Winger Michael Bunting

Carolina Hurricanes have signed left winger Michael Bunting.

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Pat Verbeek

Ducks Potential Free Agent Targets

Anaheim Ducks general manager Pat Verbeek has already had a busy start to one of the more exciting offseasons the Ducks have had. Verbeek finished his head coaching search for the Ducks and their AHL affiliate San Diego Gulls, with Greg Cronin and Matt McIlvane. Next week, Verbeek will have to make nine selections in […]

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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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If Bruins Can’t Re-Sign Bertuzzi, Why Not Another Left Wing?

As the Boston Bruins sift through their off-season with several free agents, both restricted and unrestricted, and their top two centers contemplating their futures with the team, the team has to decide which players on the current roster with which to move forward. One of those players is unrestricted free agent Tyler Bertuzzi who was […]

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Bargain Bin: Jets, Senators, Panthers, Free Agency

The 2023 NHL Entry Draft in Nashville is just around the corner. There’s a ton of speculation surrounding around where certain players will be drafted. After the third overall pick, there’s no certainty about where players will be drafted. The draft is flooded with high-end talent, though there’s a ton of high-end talent available via […]

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ECHL: Adin Hill Makes Rapid City Rush History with Stanley Cup Win

Tuesday night, the Vegas Golden Knights won their first Stanley Cup in the NHL. With the Golden Knights Stanley Cup win, there was also a first for the Rapid City Rush, the first time a former Rapid City Rush player has won the Stanley Cup. Hill’s Time in Rapid City Adin Hill’s time in Rapid […]

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