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Laurent Brossoit with the Winnipeg Jets

Laurent Brossoit Linked to Toronto Maple Leafs

Winnipeg Jets goaltender Laurent Brossoit has been linked to the Toronto Maple Leafs recently. Per James Mirtle of The Athletic, there’s mutual interest between Brossoit and the Maple Leafs. Current Leafs general manager Brad Treliving has been on the hunt for a bonafide number-one goaltender. There’s nobody of that stature available via free agency, only […]

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Medicine Hat Tigers forward Andrew Basha skates against the Prince George Cougars.

2024 NHL Draft Profile: Andrew Basha

The Scouting Report: Andrew Basha from Calgary, Alberta, is a top prospect eligible for the 2024 NHL draft in Las Vegas. Born on November 8th, 2005, Basha is a speedy and dynamic forward with both solid playmaking and goal-scoring ability. Playing for the Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Hockey League for the past three […]

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How Sheldon Keefe’s Tactics Will Change the New Jersey Devils

NHL Head Coach Sheldon Keefe. (NHL.Com)

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Craig Berube hoists the Stanley Cup.

Craig Berube Named Head Coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs have finalized their search for a new head coach hiring former St. Louis Blues bench boss Craig Berube. The 58-year-old has a successful track record and brings a no-nonsense attitude to the team. After days of speculation, it was finally revealed by NHL insider Frank Seravalli that Craig Berube would be […]

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NHL Announces Lady Byng & Selke Finalists

The National Hockey League announced the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy finalists on Saturday, May 4th, followed by the announcement of the Frank J. Selke Trophy finalists on Sunday, May 5th. Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Elias Pettersson of the Vancouver Canucks, and Jaccob Slavin of the Carolina Hurricanes were […]

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The One Thing The Bruins Need to Ensure a Series Clinching Win Tuesday

The first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs has been playing out very similarly to last season for the Boston Bruins. The Bruins capped off a historic 65-win regular season with an opening round meeting with the Florida Panthers and took a 3-1 series lead after taking two road wins in Games 3 and 4. Boston had […]

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2024 NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Quarterfinals Primer

The 2024 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs are ready to start. Here’s a 2024 NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Primer exclusively at Inside The Rink. Eastern Conference Quarterfinals The Eastern Conference is the easier of the two conferences in the Stanley Cup Playoffs this year. It will still be as hard-hitting as the Western Conference, but not […]

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ECHL: On the Bench with Florida Everblades Todd Skirving

The Florida Everblades entered Wednesday needing to win two of their last three games to lock up a playoff spot, but they will face stiff competition from their opponents as they battle for positioning. The Everblades play the Jacksonville Icemen for one game on Wednesday night at Hertz Arena. The Icemen have locked up a […]

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Matt Duchene Named Dallas Stars Bill Masterton Trophy Nominee

Dallas Stars veteran forward Matt Duchene was named the Bill Masterson trophy nominee on Friday. Duchene, 33, is a left-handed center and right wing from Haliburton, Ontario, Canada. Duchene’s nomination came at a rather unexpected time as some, if not most, of the hockey world, were uncertain if the 33-year-old would improve the Stars’ scoring […]

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Canes Clinch Sixth Consecutive Playoff Spot: Weekly Carolina Hurricanes Recap

On Thursday, March 28, 2024, the Carolina Hurricanes clinched their sixth consecutive spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs with a 4-0 win over the Detroit Red Wings. Before 2018 – the start of leadership of Canes head coach Rod Brind’amour, GM Don Waddell, and majority owner Tom Dundon, the Canes hadn’t made playoff contention since 2009. Now, the Canes keep their Stanley Cup hopes alive once again.

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