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NHL Players Most Likely to Heat Up in Final Months of the Season
It's crunch time. Now that the All-Star break is in the books, games will heat up around the NHL as teams make their pushes for playoff positions. This year's stretch run should be especially exciting with so many teams bunched together in the standings—at this point, only the Arizona Coyotes and Colorado Avalanche are truly out of the playoff race. We're starting to see some of the superstars around the league pick up their g...

The Fastest-Rising Prospects for the 2017 NHL Draft
The 2017 NHL draft is coming into view for scouts and fans who follow prospect progression. Several quality prospects increased their profile at the World Junior Championships over Christmas and then further helped their cause with outstanding performances at the recent Top Prospects Game in Quebec City. At this point in the draft season, we have an established list of notables and a group of players who are rising quickly inside the top 5...

Saying Goodbye to 'The Dean'
Reprinted with permission of On a cold December night a little more than two years ago, hundreds gathered in a ballroom in Minneapolis to hear Jeff Sauer speak, on his induction into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. It was a fitting honor for a coach who had led the University of Wisconsin to a pair of NCAA titles, and had been American hockey’s leading advocate for players with disabilities ...

Jurusik Helps Key Wisconsin Resurgence
After the game had ended — a delayed finish as Cameron Hughes’ game-winning goal was reviewed — Matt Jurusik skated to the side of the boards where his teammates celebrated. When the rest of the Badgers had peeled off one-by-one, creating a red line that snaked across the ice and into the locker room, starter Matt Jurusik and his goaltending partner, freshman Jack Berry, remained. The two embraced ...

Doni-brook: Moving Hoffman to new line a deft move by Senators
Moving Hoffman to new line a deft move

Babcock on Maple Leafs' slump: 'Make it go away'
'Make it go away'

'Come at you in waves': Bruins keeping tabs on Leafs kids
Bruins keeping tabs on Leafs kids

NHL and Olympics at the same time? Less than ideal
NHL and Olympics at the same time?

Phil Kessel: Scores power-play winner in overtime
Phil Kessel: Kessel scored the game-winning goal in overtime and added another tally and an assist during regulation against Columbus on Friday. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Philadelphia Flyers Honor Captains.
The Philadelphia Flyers held Captains Night as a part of their heritage series Thursday night. Philadelphia, the birth place of America. A city with a deep history. The Philadelphia Flyers, a team with a deep history, honored their past leaders Thursday night. Continue reading → The post

Islanders Relocation: Hartford Officials Reach Out to Team About Potential Move
The New York Islanders look to be in the midst of trying to find a new home after one-plus seasons at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.  On Friday, Connecticut governor Dannel P. Malloy sent a letter to Islanders owners Scott Malkin, John Ledecky and Charles Wang, imploring them to consider Harford as a possible target for relocation, according to Newsbell:

Maple Leafs Should Draft Kelowna’s Cal Foote
It’s no secret that the Toronto Maple Leafs are rebuilding. That may confuse people, based their success this year but don’t let this success fool you. The Leafs are still in their rebuilding stages in order to contend. The Maple Leafs have a glut of young and exceptionally talented forward prospects. Many of them are […]

The Kings Are Getting Healthy
The Los Angeles Kings will take on the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday afternoon in the first game of their annual Grammy Trip, a span of road games away from the Staples Center while their home arena hosts the annual music awards show. However, the Kings being pushed out of their home rink in order to make […]

3 Predictions for the Wild Home Stretch
The Minnesota Wild are nearing the home stretch of the regular season with 32 games to go. The club is in an excellent position to seize the top seed in the West and their second division title in franchise history. As the trade deadline and playoffs inch closer, there will be plenty to ponder as […]

Don’t Worry About the Oilers
Ups and downs are normal for NHL teams. There will be great stretches and not so good ones. (Unless you’re the Washington Capitals, who never seem to go through any adversity or suffer major injuries). The majority of the league will go through tough times, even to the point of seeming undeserving of a playoff […]

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