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Name: The Hockey Writers
Description: 30 writers on the Game of hockey
URL: http://thehockeywriters.com
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Related Team(s): General
Related Sports(s): Hockey
Date Added: 2009-04-25 08:25:22
  
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Analyzing Justin Abdelkader’s Recent Offensive Surge
Raise your hand if you thought Justin Abdelkader would be tied for the team league in goals after the first nine games of the season? Put those hands down, because […]Author information

Will Injury-Prone Signing Fix Flyers Injured Blueline?
Since Andrew MacDonald and Braydon Coburn were lost to injury for at least 4 weeks, rumors have swirled that the Flyers would look to a veteran free agent replacement. The […]Author information

Ottawa Senators Offense Playing a Dangerous Game
The Problem with the Ottawa Senators Offense Just like any team, the Sens (rare) strength in recent years has been their ability to roll 3 lines and get secondary and […]Author information

Looking Ahead: Arizona’s November Schedule Highlights
The Arizona Coyotes ended the first month of their season on Thursday night with a 2-1 defeat in Sunrise against the Florida Panthers. The loss dropped Arizona to 0-3-1 on […]Author information

Patience Will Pay Off for Canucks Fans
Canuck supporters have been trying to predict what the team is going to do on the ice in 2014/15 before pre-season even began. The lineup has been scrutinized in every […]Author information

Sharks’ Forecheck No Longer Fast, No Longer Furious
Vancouver Sweep Over the past three plus seasons, there is absolutely no question when the San Jose Sharks were at their most potent. The 2013 Western Conference quarterfinals versus the […]Author information

Guts and Accountability: A Recipe for Rangers Success
Earlier this week, the Rangers pulled off a stunning come-from-behind win over the Minnesota Wild. New York entered the third period down by three, and proceeded to score five goals […]Author information

50 Years Ago in Hockey – Rangers Spring Hallowe’en Surprise
In a development that has caught the hockey world by surprise, Muzz Patrick has resigned his position as vice-president and general manager of the New York Rangers and Rovers to accept […]Author information

Early Season Oddities for Shea Weber
At a glance, Shea Weber’s season is proceeding as per usual. He has four goals in nine games—above pace for him—and he is a plus 6 in goal differential. But […]Author information

The State of Hockey in the Netherlands
As a two-part series, THW will examine the state of ice hockey in the Netherlands. In this first instalment, we’ll take a look at hockey’s early history, Dutch leagues and […]Author information

Nathan MacKinnon Terrifies the Islanders On Halloween Eve
It has been a pretty horrifying start to the season for the Colorado Avalanche, especially for Nathan MacKinnon who hasn’t scored a goal in the first 10 games of the […]Author information

Josefson! Its Over! The Devils Win a Shootout!
Back on March 10th, 2013, I attended a Devils game with my buddies against the Winnipeg Jets which ended in victory via the shootout. Johan Hedberg got the win for […]Author information

Minnesota Wild October in Review
October was a bit of a roller-coaster for the Minnesota Wild. After starting out the season in dominant fashion, shutting out the Colorado Avalanche twice in a row, the Wild […]Author information

Blues Goaltenders Shine in 3 Straight Wins
You know that feeling that takes over your brain when you see your ex across the mall, holding hands with the new guy? It’s a disturbing feeling, because you instantly […]Author information

Flyers Backcheck: Watching Reruns in Tampa
The Flyers sure are lucky the Tampa Bay Lightning are in the Atlantic Division. Thursday night’s loss to the Bolts marked Philadelphia’s seventh straight defeat in whatever they’re calling that […]Author information

NCAA Women’s Hockey Morning Skate: October 31st, 2014
Rankings: Minnesota Boston College Wisconsin Boston University Harvard Clarkson North Dakota Cornell Minnesota Duluth Quinnipiac Game of the Week #3 Wisconsin (8-2-0) at #7 North Dakota (4-4-0), Fri. 10/31 at […]Author information

Stuart Percy Rejoins the Toronto Maple Leafs
Stuart Percy Rejoins the Toronto Maple Leafs That didn’t take long. On Sunday, young defenceman Stuart Percy was reassigned to the Toronto Marlies by the Toronto Maple Leafs. Yesterday, the […]Author information

North Dakota Takes on Air Force in Hall of Fame Game
This Saturday night the University of North Dakota takes on the Air Force Academy Falcons in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game at Ralph Engelstad Arena. This non-conference game […]Author information

NHL 94 – The Best Game Ever?
When EA Sports’ NHL 15 was released, gaming experts and fans alike offered some mediocre reviews and criticisms of EA’s current offering. Some online and GM mode features that were featured […]Author information

Leafs Trade Rumours
We all love trade rumours. Or, at least I assume we do. Outside of watching an actual game, and after an actual trade, a trade rumour is just about the […]Author information

Washington Capitals October 2014 Recap – The Good, Bad, Ugly
How Did the Washington Capitals Perform in October?  The Good, Bad, and Ugly The opening month of the 2014-15 NHL season has flown by.  The Washington Capitals had their fair […]Author information

The Canucks Are Soldiers in the War against Mental Illness
When the Canucks re-structured their organization this summer, they didn’t just look at the players they would be putting on the ice this season. They instituted sweeping changes, from the […]Author information

Kucherov Adds Another Scoring Threat for Bolts
On a team loaded with high-level talent, it seems almost unfair that another one of the Tampa Bay Lightning’s skaters has been recently added to the team’s growing list of […]Author information

Dustin Tokarski: All He Does is Win
It takes a special player to rise to the occasion of performing in the big moments. Some players have the ability to do so, while others shrink in the spotlight. […]Author information

Clipped Wing: Stephen Weiss Pulled During Rehab Stint
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Stephen Weiss was sent to the Detroit Red Wings’ AHL affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins, on Wednesday on a conditioning stint. Before Wednesday’s game, Weiss had […]Author information

Canucks’ Fourth Line Looks Promising
After nine games played, there have been many pleasant surprises for the Vancouver Canucks. One can start with the fact that the Sedins are on pace for over a point […]Author information

Q&A with Red Wings Prospect Anthony Mantha
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Anthony Mantha had hopes of making the Detroit Red Wings out of training camp. However, those dreams were put on hold when he suffered a freak […]Author information

50 Years Ago in Hockey – Crozier the New “Mr. Zero”
Detroit Red Wings rookie goaler Roger Crozier earned his third shutout in only four games last night as he and his mates blanked the hapless Boston Bruins 2-0 at the […]Author information

Corsi Close: Does Puck Possession Equal Points?
Advanced statistics have been lauded for their potential for having predictive value. Much as baseball’s shift towards a reliance on on-base percentage – as teams that are full of players […]Author information

Pep Talk: Perseverance is Key to Blues’ Depth
Pep Talk is a semi-regular series where current Blues playing trends are discussed in a constructive way. Find more musings about your St. Louis Blues by following Mike Poepping on Twitter: […]Author information

J.T. Miller and His Future With the Rangers
With all the open spots left by the offseason departures of Brad Richards, Benoit Pouliot, and Brian Boyle, all eyes focused on J.T. Miller to see if he could finally […]Author information

Colorado Avalanche, the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Starting the new season off with a record of 2 – 4 – 4, the Colorado Avalanche have had a mixed bag of displays. Putting in great performances in some […]Author information

Top 5 Under 25 on the Tampa Bay Lightning
I would first of all like to say that the Lightning are building something great down in Tampa. Their building the type of team that is getting ready for a […]Author information

Panthers Defense Paying Dividends Early On
In the NHL, a 2-2-3 start to a team’s season may not be the most desired beginning on the quest for the Stanley Cup. For the Florida Panthers however, the […]Author information

Is Evander the Answer? Kane Close to Return with Jets
The season got off to a horrendous start. Perhaps one of the worst case scenarios for the Winnipeg Jets became a reality in the first game of the season when […]Author information

Maatta’s Tumor; The Penguins Blue Line
First things first: Hockey is a game. As it pertains to Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta, there are more important things in life right now. It was announced by GM Jim Rutherford […]Author information

 
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