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Ranking the Best NHL Players Under 25 Years Old
A number of NHL players under the age of 25 have risen to prominence with their respective teams in recent years. Such names include Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid and Nashville Predators left wing Filip Forsberg.  Players such as

Two Girls One Puck: Women's Roller Hockey Team Sponsored by PornHub
The roller hockey team is called PerthHub: Two Gir...

Recap: Predators Outlast the Jets in Overtime
The Winnipeg Jets couldn’t gain ground on their Central Division opponent, as the Nashville Predators defeated the Jets in overtime. Ryan Johansen continued to light up the Jets with a goal and an assist, while Filip Forsberg also picked up two points as he continues to be one of the best players in the league. First Period […]

Leafs Notebook – The Race to the Finish – March 14
15 games to go. A one-point hold on the final wildcard spot. Four points back of a top-three spot in the division, with an opportunity to play Montreal or Ottawa in round one. The end of the season is going to be a rollercoaster ride. The Leafs have 76 points in the bank already and […] The post Leafs Notebook – The Race to the Finish – March 14 appeared first...

Avalanche a no-show in the desert, fall to the Coyotes 1-0
“Offense? We don’t need no stinking offense!” Calvin Pickard made 34-of-35 saves in a valiant, but ultimately fruitless, effort as the Colorado Avalanche lost to the also-dismal Arizona Coyotes 1-0 during a late-night start in the desert. The first period betw...

Brayden Point scores twice in 3-2 win over Rangers
Birthday boy Brayden Point scores the game winner in the third to lead the Lightning to a big victory. The joy of being a counter-puncher is that they can spend the entire night losing on the scorecards, but land the one perfect punch to score the knockout for the win.

Jaccob Slavin: Posts career night against Islanders
Jaccob Slavin: Salvin scored three goals on three shots and added an assist during Monday's win over the Islanders. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Anything but flashy, Pyatt brings shutdown prowess to Senators' lineup
Pyatt brings shutdown prowess

Calder Trophy debate: Will East Coast bias hurt or help Auston Matthews?
Will bias hurt or help Auston Matthews?

Maple Leafs' individual stats taking backseat to playoff push
Stats taking backseat to playoff push

GDT: Avalanche at Coyotes 3/13/17 - Game #68
Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Your Colorado Avalanche take on the Coyotes of Arizona tonight in the valley of the Sun. Gamer time is 10:00pm ET, 8:00pm in the Mountains and will be broadcast on Altitude with Moser’s radio call available as usual. The...

The Best Hockey Market?
An aricle about the Calder race, I enjoyed this more... from Michael Traikos at the Toronto Sun, Toronto may or may not be the best hockey market in the world, but it’s certainly the biggest. There’s strength in numbers, with more reporters covering the sport here than in any other place in the NHL. Because of that, the daily plight of the team’s seventh defenceman often receives more attention than star forwards in some other markets. So when there is a genuinely...

Preview: Bruins Continue Playoff Push Against Fading Canucks
For the third time in the last four games, the Vancouver Canucks will face an opponent that recently employed a new head coach. After losing to both the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Islanders, Vancouver will now take on Bruce Cassidy and the Boston Bruins. Both Claude Julien and Doug Weight have had success […]

FEATURE | In Search of Secondary Scoring
by Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine   When the season began, scoring was not an issue for the Canadiens.  Leading the league in scoring over the first six weeks.  Fans were excited, some very hopeful, and others … Continue reading →

Transcript: Cooper praises Kucherov and explains why Budaj will be in net against the Rangers
Transcribed for accessibility. Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper talks injury updates, the stellar play of Nikita Kucherov, and the decision to rest starting goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy. ha

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