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Red-Hot NHL Players Who Have Overcome Slow Starts to This Season
Through the long grind of an 82-game NHL regular season, most players experience peaks and valleys in their performance. The hot streaks can be fuelled by any combination of solid team play, surging linemates, favorable schedules or just plain luck. The dark stretches are typically triggered by injury issues or extra-heavy workloads and can be quickly made worse once a player starts squeezing his stick. Insecurities can easily compound onc...

Game #51 Review: Toronto Marlies 5 vs. Manitoba Moose 2
The Toronto Marlies bounced back from a disappointing defeat in Utica by dispatching the Manitoba Moose at the Ricoh Coliseum on Friday night. They’re at the foot of the Western Conference, but the Moose were more than a match at times for the Marlies, who were flattered by the final margin of victory. This win […] The post Game #51 Review: Toronto Marl...

Catching Up With ... Blaine Lacher
For 23 years, former Lake Superior State goaltender Blaine Lacher has held the streak for most consecutive minutes played without allowing a goal, 375 minutes, 1 second, set in 1994. That team was on the way to its third national championship. Lacher left after that season and embarked on a brief NHL career where he wowed teams for half a season before it faded. And then he was gone, rarely heard from ...

The Clock Has Nearly Stopped Ticking On Philadelphia Flyers Brass
The clock is closer to midnight than I expected. Well the state of this team after two losses on the road, each ugly in their own way, have stirred the anger elixir into a poisonous concoction. As I stated in my inaugural column, “I believe in our Captain and his first mates” Voracek, Simmonds, Couturier, […] The Clock Has Nearly Stopped Ticking On Philadelphia Flyers Brass - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and Mor...

Oilers looking at Flyers' Neuvirth to back up Talbot?
Edmonton Oilers goaltender Laurent Brossoit might get a start, on the road, next Wednesday against the Florida Panthers in the second half of a back-to-back with starter Cam Talbot going against the Tampa Bay Lightning the night before.

Jones: Who's king of the NHL, McDavid or Crosby?
The debate has been building all season. Now it goes down the home stretch.

Flames' Elliott looks to continue roll against Canucks
The last time the Calgary Flames were at Rogers Arena, one end of the rink was busier than the other.

Avalanche shock the world, beat Carolina 2-1 in overtime
Your eyes do not deceive you. After four difficult losses on their long east coast road trip, the Colorado Avalanche came away with an overtime victory tonight against the Hurricanes of Carolina. Mikko Rantanen scored the game winner to cap a truly impressive game playing on Matt Duchene’s w...

If Marner can't go for Leafs, Brown will slide onto line
From a low priority pre-season sidebar of “will he make the team?” to a mid-season media maelstrom of “will he miss any games?”, it's easy to see how vital Mitch Marner has become to the Maple Leafs' hope to play beyond mid-April.

Senators' defensive play puts them in Cup conversation
If it's not possible for them to have their cherry cheesecake and eat it too, would Senators fans prefer their team to be entertaining or successful?

Condon's dad on the edge of his seat
Perhaps you caught a glimpse of the oh-so-tense, off-ice action in the Ottawa Senators 3-0 win over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday.

Senators' Boucher reflects on late father
There were special guests in the room Thursday morning as Ottawa Senators coach Guy Boucher went through his player meetings in advance of playing New Jersey.

Leafs' Matthews, Jets' Laine neck and neck in Calder race
It was way back in April — after his season in Switzerland had ended and before he headed off to Russia to play in the world hockey championship — that Auston Matthews enlisted the help of skills coach Darryl Belfry in an attempt to become an even better scorer.

Gaudreau’s up and down Season
A common expression among coaches when their team has lost is “Our best players weren’t our best players.” The logic behind that saying in the National Hockey League is that a team’s best players usually play the most, score the most and get paid the most, so when they’re simply not playing well it’s really […]

Bailey Is Earning His Spot
Throughout their rebuild, the Buffalo Sabres have acquired a number of prospects they hope will be key players for the club in the future. High draft picks such as Rasmus Ristolainen, Sam Reinhart and Jack Eichel have already proven their worth. Hudson Fasching and Will Carrier, both of whom were obtained through trades, look as […]

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