Vezina Trophy

The Flames Need a Change

The Calgary Flames were one of the league’s best teams last season. They won the Pacific Division and were the league’s sixth-best team with a record of 50-21-11 and 111 points. The team made it to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs only to be ousted by their arch-rivals, the Edmonton Oilers, in […]

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Flames Markstrom Starting to Look Like Himself

There is no doubt that the Calgary Flames have been a huge disappointment this season. As of this writing (Monday, March 13), the Flames are five points out of the second wild-card spot with a record of 30-24-13 for 73 points. Considering the fact that the Flames won the Pacific Division and were the sixth-best […]

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Rangers Need to Hit The Ground Running Out of the Break

With the NHL All-Star break currently going on and teams and players who are not involved taking a nice vacation, getting some important rest, and resetting their respective bodies for the second half of the season, it is time for many teams in this 32-team league to start gearing up for a Stanley Cup Playoff […]

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Halak On His Game for the Blueshirts

When it comes to goaltending and the New York Rangers, it is never looked at as an issue because of their Vezina Trophy-winning masked man Igor Shesterkin. With Shesterkin, one knows that they will get a lot of games out of him, along with consistency, great numbers, and, more importantly, victories. When a team has […]

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Saros Having Another Strong Season for the Predators

Replacing a franchise goaltender is not an easy task. There is a lot of pressure, responsibility, expectations, and more that come with replacing someone who has been with the team for an extended amount of time. It is not an enviable position. Pekka Rinne was the starting goaltender for the Nashville Predators, the only franchise […]

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Hellebuyck Playing Like a Vezina Candidate

When it comes to looking at the best goaltenders in the NHL this season, it is not a surprise that Boston Bruins netminder Linus Ullmark is the first name that gets mentioned. Ullmark, 29, is currently (Sunday, January 8) 22-1-0-1 with a 1.87 goals-against average, a .938 save percentage, and two shutouts. He has clearly […]

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Linus Ullmark Continues to Make History

Linus Ullmark has been the heart and soul of this year’s Boston Bruins. In just his second year in Boston, he has shown the Bruins faithful just how good he is. From his highlight reel saves to the goalie hugs after games, Ullmark has solidified himself as a Bruin. Due to his improved play this […]

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Tampa Bay Lightning 2022-23 Season Preview – Five “Hot Takes”

As we know, the NHL Season is just around the corner, with preseason games starting this week. After reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the third consecutive season but falling just short of a three-peat to the Colorado Avalanche, Lightning players and fans alike are eager for the revenge tour to officially begin. As the […]

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Igor Shesterkin Wins The Vezina Trophy

Igor Shesterkin has won the Vezina Trophy for the 2021-22 season. The award goes to the top netminder during the season. Shesterkin went on to victory by a wide margin and beat out Calgary Flames Jacob Markstrom and Nashville Predators netminder Juuse Saros. Down below shows just how the voting went for this award. Igor […]

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Jets: Is It Time To Move Connor Hellebuyck?

Remember when you held on to your iPhone 4 too long and then wanted a 7 Plus? And because you waited so long, your old iPhone was not worth anything? Right? Is that where we are with former Vezina winner Connor Hellebuyck? Whenever Jet GM Kevin Cheveldayoff used to get a call about Hellebuyck, it […]

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