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Friday March 27, 2015
The Penguins, playing terrible of late, failed to defeat the lowly Hurricanes, who previously had six goals in their last seven games. Carolina won by a score of 5-2.Carolina star center Eric Staal had a goal and two assists and was named first star of the game and goaltender Cam Ward made 27 saves as Carolina, currently in the cellar of the Metropolitan Division, defeat...
Tuesday March 24, 2015
kingcong39 writes...

Tim Murray is the Anti-Regier

Posted 10:16 AM ET | Comments 2
In the middle of true panic and hysteria setting in during the 3rd period of the Sabres Stars game last night when it looked like the Sabres were going to gain more useless points in their quest for a guaranteed top 2 pick, amid the joy of the Stars pulling out the regulation win, the Tyler Myers dead horse was revived and then beaten again. Two important notes before I g...
Sunday March 22, 2015
thesnirk writes...

The Great MacT

Posted 12:01 PM ET | Comments 14
First this great comment from a winning coach. My Favorite quote of the year. " All those beautiful stats, they're not worth nothing once the score is up there and the game is over. That's the most important stat and tonight they got one goal more than us, " Bob Hartley (as per TSN) after out shooting Columbus 40-26 and loosing in overtime.Ok with that out ...
Filed Under: oilers   flames   jets   canucks   mactavish   mact  
Saturday March 21, 2015
I was a goalie. In the age of saw dust, horse hair and leather. My chest protector was a glorified catchers chest protector. My arm pats were not much better. My leg pads just rose to the bottom of my quads (and I was considered a cheater for that in my day). In my pads and gear I was about 3 inches wider at the shoulders or across the chest. Fast forward 30 years. ...
Filed Under: Equipment   Goalies   Rules  
Friday March 20, 2015
Dearest Oiler fans,I think this relationship needs some honesty. I know you're not the best at listening to it but I have to try anyway. I miss our battles, I miss when beating the Oilers meant something. I miss have a close head to head win loss count. I miss you being talented. I miss you having courageous fans. How much does it burn (pun intended 100%) that Johnny Ga...
Filed Under: Flames   Oilers   Lowe   Calder   Gaudreau  
Monday March 9, 2015
Well the games go by, and by, and... bye bye, another one gone! One game in the loss column is better than one for the win and jeepers who is ready for the end of this Maple Leafs season? Whomever else out there floating through purgatory, waiting for it to end, and get to some real action such as the playoffs... you know what I'm talking about here! Sure, it's fun to watc...
Filed Under: Leafs   Draft   Lottery   Rebuild   NHL  
Saturday March 7, 2015
Four years ago, I pondered the different draft lottery systems that could better distribute the first three overall picks every year so that the spread of talent in the lower tier teams doesn't fall to a team that just super-tanks for two years and then becomes one of the best teams in the league.Should the Penguins have Malkin and Crosby? Should the Hawks have both Ka...
Filed Under: draft   lottery   margin teams   increase   age  
stljam writes...

Blues look to rebound in Toronto

Posted 10:11 AM ET | Comments 2
ETA - All of the trends continued with Steen getting three helpers, Oshie a goal and an assist and Backes with a goal and the Blues winning yet another game against a Canadian team.After struggling in the city of brotherly love on Thursday, the Blues look to right the ship in the friendly confines of Canada. They hope to improve on their 8-3-1 overall and 4-1 road recor...
Filed Under: shattenkirk   leafs   blues  
Thursday March 5, 2015
The trade deadline has passed, teams lineups are locked, and all eyes are set on the playoffs. There's just one thing, are you comfortable with the team GM Dale Tallon has put on the ice? With the departures of Forwards Sean Bergenheim, and Tomas Fleischmann, newly acquired Jaromir Jagr has been a glimmering star. His presence in the locker room and on the ice have changed...
hockeyaddict89 writes...

Where's the love?

Posted 11:33 AM ET | Comments 0
Stars are stars but there is never enough love given to the guys who aren't in the headlines.This is a blog for the unsung heroes.Calgary Flames: Lance BoumaCalgary currently finds itself this season in a spot it has pursued for years; playoff contention after the deadline. While the team deserves overall credit for finding ways to win each night, matters are helped...
Filed Under: Hero's   Campbell   Florida   Tampa Bay   Montreal   Bouma  
Saturday February 28, 2015
Boston beat New Jersey tonight in OT and the Sens are now 7 points behind with 2 games in hand and only Florida and Philly between them and the final playoff spot.Sens beat Kings 1-0, Hammond gets shutoutSince Hammond has come in the Sens have won four straight and look like they could jump a few teams in the standings soon. Our schedule is a few games behind the rest...
Filed Under: Ottawa   Senators   Hoffman   Stone   Karlsson   Cameron   Melnyk  
Friday February 27, 2015
Zygiella writes...

Bergevin and " hockey " trades

Posted 10:15 AM ET | Comments 4
DVSP got bumped quickly to the 2nd line last night in Columbus. He didn't do anything too exciting but a couple of nice chances, a few hits and some blocked shots (a -2 doesn't help but) you can't ask for much more in your first game.The starting line is solid. Patches and Gallagher are here, signed up and locked in for a while. We could use an upgrade at top line centr...
Filed Under: Bergevin   Habs   Trade   Deadline   Montreal   Canadiens  
Thursday February 26, 2015
If the Toronto Maple Leafs are serious about rebuilding they need to be serious about the path they take in doing so. Sure, the return on a player like Daniel Winnik is going to be draft picks, but given the organisation's horrendous track record at the draft it needs to stop there.rnrnCan you recall the last all-star drafted by the Leafs? At this point the organization do...
Tuesday February 24, 2015
Amidst wild speculation that the Pittsburgh Penguins were in discussion with the Carolina Hurricanes about a possible deal to bring back Jordan Staal, Hurricanes GM Ron Francis moved quickly to deny any such thing was happening, pronouncing " We are not moving Jordan! " At the same time, Ronnie Franchise was quick to confirm that the disposition of the current UFAs, specifi...
Filed Under: Sekera   Tlusty   McClement   Hurricanes   Francis   draft  

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