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

In part I of the winners and losers of the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline, I broke down some teams that might have walked away with the upper hand after completing …

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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 …

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Vets Traded, Dallas Stars Take Next Step Towards The Future

With the 2013 NHL trade deadline officially past, the dust is finally beginning to settle on what was a whirlwind few days for the Dallas Stars. One of the league’s …

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Following in the Footsteps of the 1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins

Mario Lemieux

There is something to be said about a team in search of history. The Miami Heat captivated the entire sports world with their assault on the NBA consecutive wins record. In the end it was not meant to be; the Heat’s streak ended at 27 games, a mere six games shy of the 1972-32 Los Angeles Lakers record of 33. Now our attention shifts to the Pittsburgh Penguins and their pursuit of the NHL’s record for wins in a row, which at the moment stands at 17 and is held by, you guessed it, the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Waking Up in Boston to Jarome Iginla in Pittsburgh

Jarome Iginla is a Boston Bruin–at least that’s what you thought if you went to bed before midnight, much like I did.

In a strange turn of events, he’s not. In case you haven’t already heard, the Penguins swooped in and acquired Iginla in a shocking last minute deal. Iginla chose to waive his no-trade clause for Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and a 13-game winning streak over a team that can’t hold a lead in the 3rd period. Iginla chose to be a supporting cast member rather than the go-to guy in a pivotal game. Iginla wants to win a Stanley Cup, after all.