BREAKING: Montreal Canadiens Acquire Denis Gurianov
Just five sleeps before the trade deadline, teams are already making trades. The phones are hot. They are buzzing. On Sunday, the Montreal Canadiens traded F Evgenii Dadonov to the Dallas Stars in exchange for Denis Gurianov. Montreal will retain 50% of Dadonov’s $5M cap hit—a classic 1-for-1 hockey trade. This season, Dadonov has 18 […]Read More
4 Flyers Players Who Could Be On The Move At The Trade Deadline
The 2022-23 season has already been a season Philadelphia Flyers fans won’t want to remember. From the very beginning, it has been a whirlwind with core players such as Sean Couturier, Cam Atkinson, and Ryan Ellis have been sidelined indefinitely. Due to the loss of these key players, the team has spent much time anchored […]Read More
Stars Are Showing Why They Are Cup Contenders
When talking about the top teams in the NHL this season, many will point out the likes of the Boston Bruins, Vegas Golden Knights, Carolina Hurricanes, and the Toronto Maple Leafs. The teams mentioned above are all worth discussing when it comes to the best teams in the league this year. They are currently (Sunday, January […]Read More
Will Evgeni Malkin Remain A Penguin?
The Superstar Center For the better part of two decades, the Penguins have boasted the best 1-2 punch down the middle. Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin have been together for their entire careers and helped capture three Stanley Cups together. Malkin could have been the number one center on any team, but he helped form […]Read More
Breaking: Pete Deboer set to become Stars next Coach
Overview The coaching carousel keeps winding around and around. While two teams have hired a new head coach, plenty more have been searching for the right type of coach. The Dallas Stars have been on the search, and the investigation has been ongoing after Rich Bowness stepped down. While the rumor has been Barry Trotz […]Read More
Should the Bruins bring back this former player for next season?
Originally drafted 5th overall by the Bruins in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, Phil Kessel’s time in Boston was short-lived. After only three years in Beantown, the Bruins would send Kessel north to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for two first-round picks and a second-rounder. Those two first-round picks would later become Tyler Seguin […]Read More
Vegas Loses to Dallas in a Shootout Still Alive in Playoff Race
The Golden Knights had a chance to narrow the gap in the wild card race but lost a tight one on the road in the Lone Star State. The first 10 minutes of the first period were back and forth as both teams were looking for the game’s opening goal. Jason Robertson had a terrific […]Read More
Bruins Break Franchise Record in Win Over Arizona
Last night’s win over the Arizona Coyotes was more than just the Boston Bruin’s ninth win in their previous 11 games, and it was a continued show of dominance over their opponent that has now stretched over a decade. With the 3-2-win last night, the Bruins have now won 18 straight games against the inferior […]Read More