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Ulf Sterner's first NHL game vs Boston

50 Years Ago in Hockey – Sterner Impressive in Debut

Although he didn’t score, Swedish forward Ulf Sterner was impressive in his NHL debut as the Rangers took a 5-2 home-ice win over Boston.  In the other National Hockey League […]

by · January 28, 2015 · 0 comments · Hockey History, New York Rangers
John Gibson and Frederik Andersen might be unproven as an NHL goalie tandem, but they will have to be on top of their game in order for the Ducks to remain competitive in the Western Conference. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

North American Young Stars Will Excite But Can They Stop the Puck?

Its official, the World Cup is back and it’s coming to Toronto in 2016. That’s not the only announcement Gary Bettman made over all-star weekend. There is a new 8 […]

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Montreal Canadiens Want Revenge on Broadway

The Montreal Canadiens faced the hungry Dallas Stars in their first game back from the All-Star break. Four points out of a playoff spot and desperately needing the W, the […]

by · January 28, 2015 · 0 comments · Montreal Canadiens
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California Dreamin': Blackhawks Travel West Seeking Consistency

The festivities are finally over. January has been a distraction-filled month for the Chicago Blackhawks, who’ve struggled to a 5-5-0 record and lost ground in the Central Division race over […]

Does Jim Rutherford Need To Make Any More Moves?

Does Jim Rutherford Need To Make Any More Moves?

Jim Rutherford did not take long to make dramatic impacts to the Pittsburgh Penguins when he was hired in the off-season.  With the trade of James Neal to Nashville for […]

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The Top 10 UFAs This Summer: Part 2

Yesterday we looked at numbers 6-10 on the top-10 unrestricted free agents that will be available on July 1st. With that here are the top five players who will be […]

Detroit Red Wings right wing Luke Glendening (Photo Credit: Andy Martin Jr)

Red Wings’ MVP: The Fourth Liners

The role of the fourth liner in hockey generally is understood. These are energy guys who are not expected to contribute a lot on the scoreboard but are expected to […]

by · January 28, 2015 · 0 comments · Detroit Red Wings
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Worst Moves in Recent Jets History

Previously, we took a look at the best moves that the Winnipeg Jets and general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff have made since the team returned to the NHL in 2011. So, […]

by · January 28, 2015 · 0 comments · Winnipeg Jets
Anton Khudobin has rounded into form as of late while Cam Ward has hit some road bumps, so fantasy managers should definitely keep the back-up in mind. (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

Hurricanes Puck Talk: Inside Shiver’s Head on Media Row

Ever wonder what a media guy thinks during a game? Let’s have some fun as I take you inside my head on media row during the game between the Carolina […]

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Halaknophobia Strikes Again as Rangers Lose to Islanders

After a dismal start to the 2014-15 season, the New York Rangers have become one of the better teams in the NHL. They have shown the ability to beat almost […]

Brodeur took a leave of absence from the Blues last week. (Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports)

Hockey News: Brodeur Retirement; Penguins/Blues Trade

Are the Jaromir Jagr to Pittsburgh rumors actually a thing? [The Pens Nation] Martin Brodeur is officially retiring from hockey, but he isn’t done in the NHL. [Puck Daddy] A […]

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Reaves received 9 minutes of penalties in Thursday's contest (Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports)

Blues’ Corsi Influences Goc-Lapierre Trade

In a not-so-blockbuster yet eyebrow-raising move on Jan. 27, the Blues shipped Maxim Lapierre to the Penguins in exchange for Marcel Goc. Although at first glance this seems like a […]