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Recap: Lehtonen Blanks Sharks
The San Jose Sharks can thank Dallas Stars winger Patrick Sharp for their loss Monday night. Sharp hit Stars netminder Kari Lehtonen up high with a shot during warmups and “woke the beast,” Lehtonen joked after the game. The Finnish goalie’s performance was no laughing matter, though, as he stopped all 30 pucks the Sharks threw at him […]

Buffalo Beauts Win 2017 NWHL Isobel Cup
The Buffalo Beauts waited for the perfect time to put together their first consecutive wins this season: winning on the road in Connecticut in the regular season finale, beating the New York Riveters at their home rink in the semifinals and finally completing the trifecta beating the Boston Pride in a ‘neutral site’ championship game […]

Special Season for Penguins ‘Two-Headed Monster’
Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin have been the cornerstones of the Pittsburgh Penguins organization for over a decade now. The two members of the force lovingly nicknamed the “two-headed monster” have earned their share of hardware, piling up both individual accolades and team awards during their time in the NHL. They’ve also both been core contributors […]

Brent Burns & Forward Thinking
The San Jose Sharks continue to be a good hockey team and they are led by the best blueliner in the game today, Brent Burns. Burns has put together a remarkable season. His offensive game is dominant. His defense, once a source of near-constant consternation, has improved dramatically. And yet, under some very specific, very important […]

Why Haven’t the Leafs Signed Stephen Desrocher?
A strong, physical defenseman with great size, lethal offensive capabilities, and sound defensive instincts. Does this description match a major need for the Toronto Maple Leafs, whose prospect pool on defense has long been relatively thin? If you answered yes to this question, you soon be pondering why the Leafs have yet to sign Stephen Desrocher […]

Flames Monday Musings: Clinching Is in Sight
Following a week that saw the Calgary Flames win three of four on a mini-home stand, with the lone loss coming against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night (their first regulation loss in over a month), the team seems to have found its stride at the right time. Highlighted by another strong week from Brian […]

Hitchcock to the Canucks?
One of the most successful coaches in NHL history lost his job on Feb. 1, half a season before he was allegedly going to retire. With an abrupt end to his coaching career, many are wondering if Ken Hitchcock will take one final crack at coaching in the NHL. My THW colleague Thomas Conroy mused […]

Preview: Stars & Sharks Face off Monday
Fortunately for the San Jose Sharks, the Dallas Stars aren’t a playoff team. If they were, the Sharks might have a problem: In their last five games against playoff-bound clubs, the Sharks are 1-4-0. Worse yet, they were held to a single goal in each of the four losses. This promises to be an interesting week for […]

Let’s End the Nylander Debate
The Toronto Maple Leafs are in a playoff spot. It hasn’t been an easy road for the young Leafs, who have had to overcome a fair share of blown leads and defensive zone collapses. Despite those flaws, the team is fighting tooth and nail for a chance to qualify for the postseason for the first […]

Preview: Leafs Hunting Bruins in the Wild Eastern Conference
The Toronto Maple Leafs will look to close the gap between them and the Boston Bruins when the two clubs meet at the Air Canada Centre on Monday. Toronto will look to rebound from a heartbreaking overtime loss to the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday, while the Bruins look to keep pace with the Ottawa Senators […]

And the Hart Trophy Goes To…
The individual award that garners the most attention every year is the Hart Trophy, awarded to the league’s Most Valuable Player. Some years, it’s an easy decision. Others, it’s more of a debate. This is shaping up to be one of those years. With a bunch of players squashed up at the top of the […]

Playoffs a Pipe Dream, Flyers Look to Pipeline
The Philadelphia Flyers’ 2016-17 season is all but over, so now is as good a time as any to look ahead at what general manager Ron Hextall might do to prepare his club for next year. Flyers Prospects The Flyers won’t be Stanley Cup contenders in 2018, but they should be able to take a step forward […]

The Nuck Stops Here: Subban, Bachman & Shore
‘The Nuck Stops Here’ is a Vancouver Canucks news, opinion and analysis column that runs every Monday throughout the regular season. News Canucks Sign Drew Shore Last week, the Canucks announced the signing of forward Drew Shore from the Swiss-A League. Shore, 26, scored 24 goals and 48 points in 50 games as a member of Kloten […]

Facing Off: Marchand in Mix for Major Awards?
Facing Off is a weekly column debating five of hockey’s hottest topics each and every Monday. From current events like trades and hat tricks to bigger-picture stuff like scandals and expansion — you name it, we’re debating it. Albeit, not always with a serious tone. We’re keeping this column light, so keep that in mind when reading, […]

OHL Playoffs: Western Conference 1st Round Predictions
The 2016-17 OHL season wrapped up this past weekend and teams are gearing up for the playoffs. Quarter-final series start this coming weekend with eight teams in action and some old rivals will renew acquaintances. In the Western Conference, the Erie Otters are the top seed after earning their fourth-straight 5o-win season — no other […]

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