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Jets Meeting With Alex Burmistrov About Return to NHL

Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff has met with Alex Burmistrov’s agent, Mike Liut, to discuss the possibility of the forward’s return to the NHL, according to TSN’s Darren Dreger. Jets […]

Michael Dal Colle

Next Wave Coming Soon to the NY Islanders

More Top Talent Still to Come The Islanders are coming. That’s according to many NHL insiders and experts. Everyone points to a loaded talented young roster that is gaining more […]

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Alex Galchenyuk Needs to Sign a Bridge Deal with Canadiens

Montreal Canadiens forward Alex Galchenyuk would help get his team out of a tight space salary-cap wise by signing a bridge deal this summer as a restricted free agent. However, […]

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Why It Doesn’t Matter if Leafs Hire Coach Before GM

The hockey world is a very conservative place. Not in the sense of politics, just in the more general sense where changes are small, gradual and usually met with disdain. […]

Mike Babcock (Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports)

No Babcock For Leafs Not That Bad

  Tuesday morning on TSN Radio, Bob McKenzie said that Mike Babcock is “definitely not going to the Leafs.” And so ends another round of dreaming for the Maple Leafs […]

New Jersey Devils Jersey Concept (Justin Cox/Art of Hockey)

Unleash the Beast: Time for a New Logo in New Jersey?

If you follow basketball (which I don’t) you may be aware that the Philadelphia 76ers are in the midst of a rebuild. The team has been putrid for the last […]

Jonathan Marchessault (Syracuse Crunch/Scott Thomas)

Callahan’s Absence Leaves Hole to Fill

Last night, troubling news came out of Tampa Bay concerning first line winger Ryan Callahan. Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times describes the situation: Callahan didn’t practice Monday, with […]

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Detroit Red Wings forward Justin Abdeklader (Bridget Samuels)

A Season Review: The 2014-2015 Detroit Red Wings

Here lies the 2014-2015 Detroit Red Wings, a team that either lived up to, or failed to meet expectations, depending on who you ask.  The folks over at the Red […]

Carey Price was the big winner Wednesday night (Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports)

The 5 Least Surprising Subplots Of The Stanley Cup Playoffs

5. The St. Louis Blues View image | gettyimages.com The Blues have officially claimed the “2006-2014 San Jose Sharks Memorial Trophy” as the team that should be winning Stanley Cups, […]

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Blackhawks Must Close Out Wild Tonight

The Chicago Blackhawks currently find themselves in a unique situation. After needing six games to knock off the Nashville Predators in round one, the ‘Hawks have taken the first three […]

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Rest vs Rust: What Does A Sweep Mean For The Anaheim Ducks?

Every year that a team sweeps another in the playoffs, there is a debate about how much rest is too much. Does waiting so many extra days between matchups hurt […]

by · April 28, 2015 · 0 comments · Anaheim Ducks, Uncategorized
Jean Beliveau and Bobby Hull

50 Years Ago in Hockey – Habs Work While Hawks Rest

It was an off day yesterday for the Stanley Cup final series, but the Montreal Canadiens, up two games to none, had to work while the Chicago Black Hawks took the […]