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Leafs Bounce Back: 3-2 Win vs. The Washington Capitals

After last night, the Leafs returned home to host the Caps, kicking off their season on the road in Montreal. The Washington Capitals and the Toronto Maple Leafs dropped their season openers on Wednesday night. The Leafs lost 4-3 to the Habs. Josh Anderson scored the game-winning goal with just 19 seconds remaining in the […]

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3 Takeaways from Bruins Win Over Capitals

The Boston Bruins defeated the Washington Capitals 5-2 at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC. Patrice Bergeron opened the scoring for Boston with a power play goal from David Krejci and David Pastrnak at 7:58 of the first period. The goal was the 401st of Bergeron’s career and the fifth opening-night goal for the captain. […]

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Zdeno Chara Retires As a Boston Bruin

Former Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara announced his retirement on Instagram on Tuesday morning, ending a 25-year career. The 6-foot-9 defenseman will sign a one-day contract with the Bruins to retire as a Bruin. Chara played last season for the New York Islanders, the team with which he broke into the National Hockey League. The […]

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Former Bruins’ Captain Zdeno Chara Still Undecided On ‘22-23 Season

In 2006, the Boston Bruins were in a tailspin. A last-place finish in the Northeast Division, 39 points behind first-place Ottawa, was unacceptable. Changes needed to be made. That off-season, the Bruins signed defenseman Zdeno Chara to a five-year, $37.5 million contract on July 2. This acquisition was the first step in eventually bringing a […]

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Penguins Promote Todd Reirden To Associate Coach

The Penguins have announced that they have promoted Todd Reirden to an associate coach and have signed him to a two-year contract extension.  Reirden has been an assistant coach for the Penguins since joining the team in 2020, and he is in charge of the team’s defense and power pla1. Since he joined the Penguins, […]

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Capitals sign Darcy Kuemper to five-year-deal

After moving on from Vitek Vanecek and Ilya Samsonov, the Washington Capitals have landed a Stanley Cup-winning goaltender The Capitals have signed Darcy Kuemper to a five-year, $5.25-million AAV deal. Kuemper, 32, led the Avalanche to their first Stanley cup since 2001 this past season, going 10-4. Kuemper missed time on multiple occasions due to […]

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The Value of NHL Prospects and Draft Picks

It’s that time of year again in the NHL where two teams will be looking to lift the Stanley Cup while the rest are looking at the off-season. As exciting as the Stanley Cup final is, the off-season brings its own excitement with the draft, free-agent frenzy, and of course, the trades that always occur. […]

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Florida Panthers Underperform in the Playoffs

The Florida Panthers loaded up hoping for a deep playoff run at the deadline, but all they could accomplish was a 2nd round appearance. For a team that set the NHL record for most goals scored (with 320) in the salary cap era, it was a massive underperformance. 4 30+ goal scorers, 3 80+ point […]

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Maple Leafs Face Adversity in Game 3

Game 3 ended with two empty-net goals from Ilya Mikheyev which secure the victory and the series lead for Toronto against Tampa Bay. Last night started so well, the Leafs had the pressure and momentum to just carry throughout the game and going into the 2nd they had a fresh powerplay. Sadly, the momentum didn’t carry […]

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What team should Montreal Canadiens fans cheer for in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs?

With the Montreal Canadiens ending their season with media availabilities recently, it’s been a long, long, long season for fans. With playoffs right around the corner, Canadiens fans need a team to cheer for. Let’s look at all 16 teams and make a case for why you should cheer for each. Eastern Conference Florida Panthers […]

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