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3 Players Who Deserve to Win the Cup

Winning a Stanley Cup is not an easy task. It takes a considerable amount of skills, collective team effort, and luck. Even Wayne Gretzky, the best player in the history […]

by · February 25, 2015 · 11 comments · Player Profiles
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Klef-BOMB: Edmonton’s Exploding Star

The Edmonton Oilers have had little success to celebrate since last reaching the playoffs and the Stanley Cup Finals in 2006. Failed season after failed season have come and passed […]

by · February 25, 2015 · 1 comment · Edmonton Oilers, Player Profiles
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The NHL All-Small Team

Does size matter? In today’s NHL, the answer is increasingly no. Although the average size of an NHL player continues to rise, now at 6 foot 1, 202 pounds, a […]

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Brian Ferlin Making Strong First Impression With Bruins

Welcome to the National Hockey League, Brian Ferlin. The Jacksonville, FL native earned his first call-up to the Boston Bruins on Thursday. He had the honor of playing in his first […]

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The Consistent Inconsistency of Milan Lucic

The 2014-15 chapter in the history of the Boston Bruins has been one to forget so far. They find themselves fighting for their playoff lives with the resurgent Florida Panthers […]

by · February 22, 2015 · 1 comment · Boston Bruins, Player Profiles
Jokerit Plays against Ak Bars on 11 December 2014 in Kazan, Russia.

Steve Moses: KHL Wizard and Future NHL Star

Just who is Steve Moses? Chances are you don’t recognize this name, which is understandable considering he was never drafted by an NHL team and has spent his past three seasons […]

by · February 19, 2015 · 1 comment · KHL, Player Profiles
Paul Stastny Proves His Worth to Blues

Paul Stastny Proves His Worth to Blues

Paul Stastny has been among the NHL’s elite for some time now, but since coming to the St. Louis Blues he has been in a slightly different role than many […]

by · February 17, 2015 · 0 comments · Player Profiles, St Louis Blues
Danny DeKeyser has been racking up the assists lately, and fantasy managers should keep monitoring his production over the next few games. (Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports)

Danny DeKeyser – Detroit’s Defensive Superstar

During the 2013 season, defenseman Danny DeKeyser finished his collegiate career with the Western Michigan Broncos and immediately started fielding offers from all 30 teams. While DeKeyser grew up in […]

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Brodeur Finally Done, Was He the Greatest?

View image | gettyimages.com Brodeur. The name stirs images of mind-boggling, “how did he do that?” saves. I’ve only been a hockey fan for about 20 years, but during that […]

by · February 10, 2015 · 12 comments · News/Commentary, Player Profiles
Will David Clarkson be able to come through this season? (John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports)

The Worst Contracts in the NHL This Season

Simply put, there are some terrible contracts in the NHL this season. These horrendous deals tend to pay particular players far too much for the skills and production they bring […]

Detroit Red Wings left wing Johan Franzen  (Photo Credit: Andy Martin Jr)

Managing The Johan Franzen Salary Cap Situation

On January 6th, Detroit Red Wings forward Johan Franzen sustained a concussion, forcing him out of action. Franzen, who has a long history of concussions, has missed the last 12 […]

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Stem Cell Treatment and the Exploitation of Mr. Hockey

No. 9 Gordie Howe has always been something of an outlier. His frame was made for hockey: Short, powerful legs gave him a low center of gravity and made him almost […]

by · February 9, 2015 · 2 comments · Archives, Player Profiles