Post Tagged with: "Mike Ribeiro"

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Are Nashville’s Changes Enough?

It is perhaps a mark of the Predators lackluster offense in recent years that the most-talked-about offensive player is a defenseman. Shea Weber, with his booming shot and commanding presence […]

by · October 6, 2014 · 0 comments · Nashville Predators
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Preds Sink Their Teeth into Ribeiro’s “Behavioral Issues”

Even though Nashville is a smaller market team, they have always been known that they don’t accept bad behavior from anyone, and Mike Ribeiro won’t be any exception. The past […]

by · September 11, 2014 · 0 comments · Nashville Predators
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Centres of Attention: How The West Will Be Won in 2014-15

Some say defence wins championships. Others believe Stanley Cup contenders are built from the crease out. Yet, general managers in the Western Conference appear convinced that centre depth is currently […]

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Predators Sign Centermen Ribeiro, Roy

With Mike Fisher being out the next 4-6 months, the Nashville Predators became very desperate in acquiring a center, whether it was via trade or free agency. The sign of desperation […]

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Is The NHL Finished With Mike Ribeiro?

After just his first season of a four-year, $22 million deal, the Arizona Coyotes are finished with Mike Ribeiro. And while the details of Ribeiro’s reversal of fortunes are a […]

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Will Sam Gagner Succeed with the Arizona Coyotes?

In what was an eventful weekend for the newly named Arizona Coyotes general manager Don Maloney when from a mistake to a sure fire win.  He went from buying out […]

by · June 30, 2014 · 0 comments · Arizona Coyotes
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Is Mike Ribeiro a Free Agent Flop for the Phoenix Coyotes?

Much has been made of the perceived flop that was Mike Ribeiro’s first season with the Phoenix Coyotes. After signing a four year $22 million dollar free agent contract, with […]

by · May 2, 2014 · 0 comments · Arizona Coyotes
Ribeiro was all smiles in a 3-point, +3 night for the Stars Monday (Photo by Wendy Bullard).

The 5 Best Steals in Dallas Stars Trade History

With the March 5 trade deadline just around the corner, it is time for trade talks and rumors to heat up, playoff hopes to be assessed and rosters to be […]

by · February 19, 2014 · 3 comments · Dallas Stars, Hockey History
Dion Phaneuf and Dave Bolland have both had their futures in Toronto questioned in 2014 (John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Buffalo Sabres: The Week Ahead

The last week of Buffalo Sabres hockey was really confusing for me. On Tuesday night, they beat the kind-of-bad Winnipeg Jets 4-2 and I was confused about a few things. […]

by · December 23, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres, Previews and Predictions
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5 Reasons The Phoenix Coyotes Will Return To The Stanley Cup Playoffs This Season

After three straight trips to the post season the Phoenix Coyotes suffered a minor setback in 2013. The 48 game schedule was not an enjoyable one for the NHL’s most […]

by · October 8, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Arizona Coyotes
Callahan has served as the Rangers captain since 2011-12 (Rich Kane/Icon SMI)

Fantasy Hockey: Six Players To Buy/Avoid For Daily Leagues

With the 2013-2014 NHL regular season slated to start today, many fantasy leagues are getting back into the swing of things by drafting and scouting players in their respective leagues. […]

by · October 1, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Fantasy
Jordan Eberle has a lot of experience on international ice. (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)

NHL Preseason Statistics Mean Less Than You Think

The preseason is a time for teams to come back together and prepare for competitive hockey. The players are rusty. Some are still getting acclimated to new surroundings and new […]

by · September 27, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary