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NHL Trade Deadline 2013: Winners and Losers (Part I)

After all the dust settles from the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline, hockey fans can finally start picking apart the trades that have occurred over the last several days. While a […]

by · April 4, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Trades Contracts and Transactions
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Carolina Hurricanes Make Two Deadline Deals

Carolina Hurricanes general manager Jim Rutherford decided to stay relatively quiet in his trade deadline moves by trading costly winger Jussi Jokinen and bringing in power-play specialist Marc-Andre Bergeron.

by · April 3, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes
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Buffalo Sabres: Still in A State of Limbo

Analyzing the Buffalo Sabres past week and how three points in two games and a pair of off-ice moves keep the Sabres in a state of limbo.

by · March 17, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres
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Who Could Help the Hurting Detroit Red Wings Defense?

After the tough 6-0 shut out loss to St. Louis in the season opener, the offensive wheels have finally begun moving in the motor city. The big offensive players like […]

by · January 29, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Detroit Red Wings, Injury Report
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Top 10 Undersized NHL Players

Often deemed too small by NHL scouts, small, undersized, but skilled players, often have a harder time convincing NHL executives and coaches to give them a chance at the pro […]

by · November 4, 2012 · 6 comments · Top 10 Lists
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Bang For The Buck: November Edition

A month ago I started a segment in which I look at who the top bargain players in the NHL are on a month-to-month basis. October saw Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Marc-Andre […]

by · November 28, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary, St Louis Blues, The Business of Hockey
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Fantasy Chutes And Ladders: Ice In The Veins

We have survived many calamities this early fantasy hockey season but not comes the first November edition of “Chutes And Ladders”.  Riding the fortunes of a fantasy hockey team can […]

Making the Grade: NHL First Midterm Report Card

Making the Grade: NHL First Midterm Report Card

Jim Neveau, NHL Senior Columnist As we prepare to close the book on the first month of the NHL season, there have been some real surprises this year, and just […]

by · November 1, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary
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Bad Blood Brewing Between the Islanders and Lightning?

Last Thursday the New York Islanders defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 in a game that saw its fair share of scuffles, and trash talk during and after the game. […]

by · October 20, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · New York Islanders, Tampa Bay Lightning
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Montreal Silences Penguins’ Stars, Even Up Series

Injuries might be taking a toll on the Penguins. Combine that with a hot goalie, and a trapping opposing team, and the result isn’t good. The Canadiens once again capitalized […]

by · May 2, 2010 · Comments are Disabled · Pittsburgh Penguins
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Do the Montreal Canadiens Play to the Level of Their Opponents?

***Just a note: This article was written prior to Monday night’s game against the Ottawa Senators. Sometimes it’s a little bit difficult to understand the 2009-2010 version of the Montreal […]

A week of thought about the Canadiens

A week of thought about the Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens will play their 9th game of the season tonight vs the N.Y. Islanders. While there are still many questions surrounding the Canadiens in this young season and […]

by · October 22, 2009 · Comments are Disabled · Montreal Canadiens