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Colorado Avalanche praise mascot Bernie on National Puppy Day. [Mile High Sports] Twenty years later, people...

The Avs will play Ottawa twice in Stockholm next season Today it was announced that the Colorado Avalanche will take their talents to Stockholm, Sweden next season. The Avs will do battle with the Ottawa Senators on November 10th and 11th a...

NEW YORK/TORONTO (March 24, 2017) – The Colorado Avalanche and Ottawa Senators will face off in a pair of regular-season games in Stockholm, Sweden, as part of the 2017 SAP NHL Global Series™, the National Hockey League (NHL®)...

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The beloved Rampage are on a bit of a hot streak with points in their last 6 games. Never mind that the wins were against bad teams and the loser points were against good ones, it’s a big change from being ineffective against everyone. The...

With just over two weeks to go until the end of the 2016-17 NHL regular season, awards talk is heating up. Voting for regular-season awards will be completed before the playoffs begin, so time is running out for the top candidates to make their ca...

from Nathan  VanDerklippe and Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail, Chinese companies and entrepreneurs have poured billions of dollars into buying soccer clubs across Europe. Now, those companies are turning to the sport that is s...

The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Boston Bruins, Kucherov continued his dominant season, and several prospects geared up for the playoffs. The Bolts Nikita Kucherov’s hat-trick powers the Lightning past the Bruins. “The Tampa Bay Lig...

A short postmortem on two very similar seasons. Tampa Bay Lightning at Detroit Red Wings: GAME 74 Time: 7:30 PM Eastern Time Location: Joe Louis Arena Broadca...

Lightning pull off a rare road win in Boston on the strength of Nikita Kucherov’s hat trick. With the Lightning clawing their way back into the playoff picture since the trade deadline, and with the end of the season within sight, it’s ...


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Northeast Regional Preview
Mass.-Lowell typically attracts as many as 6,000 fans per game at the Tsongas Center, located just about an hour from this weekend’s NCAA Northeast Regional in Manchester. UMass Lowell, which has led Hockey East in home attendance for the last t...

NCAA Northeast Regional Notebook
Minnesota and Notre Dame are no strangers to Manchester. The Golden Gophers were here just two years ago, losing to Minnesota-Duluth in the first round. In 2011, Notre Dame advanced to the Frozen Four from what was at the time known as the Verizon...

For Providence, Leaman Must be the Present and Future
At this point, it's just expected. When a job opens, a big one, Nate Leaman's name comes up. He's never said anything. There's no reason to suggest he wants a change. But it's always there. He's the kind of coach you can hire and sit back while th...

Kucherov’s OT winner keeps Tampa in the playoff race.
Lightning at Red Wings Recap: Andrei Vasilevksiy makes 29 saves in the 2-1 win. The Lightning breathed life into their playoff hopes last night by beating Boston; they kept those hopes from being snuffed out by coming back to beat the Detro...

Orlando Solar Bears win first of three-game set against Brampton
Toronto and Montreal’s ECHL affiliates did battle on Thursday evening in the first of a three-game mini-series over a four-day span. While the Beast and Solar Bears compete in different divisions, both teams are in desperate need of points thi...

Toronto Marlies Week in Review: March 11-24
The Toronto Marlies collected eight of a possible ten points in their last five games, and it really should have been a clean sweep if not for a disastrous third-period collapse against Binghamton at the ACC. Offense certainly hasn’t been a...

Kucherov Putting Himself in Rare Company
Last night’s 6-3 win against the Boston Bruins was a big one for the Tampa Bay Lightning. Trailing those same Bruins by five points for the final wild card spot, the Lightning were in a precarious position. A loss would put them seven poi...

Bruins Sign Prospects Fitzgerald, Johansson
The Boston Bruins announced on Friday the signings of Boston College forward Ryan Fitzgerald and Swedish defenseman Emil Johansson. Both players were draft picks of the Bruins and will head to Providence, where they’ll finish out the remain...

Game #73 Review: Toronto Maple Leafs 4 vs. New Jersey Devils 2
The Toronto Maple Leafs took care of business in the second leg of a back-to-back against the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night. With Boston’s loss to the Lightning last night, the Leafs are now three points ahead of the Bruins with a gam...

3 Devils with Plenty to Prove
It’s safe to say the New Jersey Devils‘ season is all but over. The offense has struggled to show consistent signs of life, while the defense and goaltending have sputtered out of control. Aside from draft position, it may appear that ...

From the Press Box: I need a nickname
Welcome to "From the Press Box", where Raw Charge's reluctant-yet-enthusiastic correspondent in the Amalie Arena press box, Clark Brooks, takes you behind the scenes of the exciting world of watching hockey from the rafters for the purpose ...

GDT: Weekend Avs Prospectapalooza
Boy, do we have some hockey for you this weekend. As tigervixxxen previewed for us yesterday, the NCAA tournament gets underway and all 3 CHL leagues start off tonight. As many as 17 games will showcase Avs prospects between now and Sunday n...

Scouting defensemen in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft for the Lightning
We take a look at some potential defensive draft prospects the Lightning could target. As it stands right now, the Lightning are slated to pick in the middle of the first round. Their exact position will depend on how they and the teams aro...

From the Rampage Desk: Week 24 - Spoilers
The beloved Rampage are on a bit of a hot streak with points in their last 6 games. Never mind that the wins were against bad teams and the loser points were against good ones, it’s a big change from being ineffective against everyone. The...

Drew Doughty: Finally lights the lamp
Drew Doughty: After going 26 games without scoring a goal, Doughty scored a power play goal Thursday against the Jets. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

Philadelphia Flyers Daily: Rare Road Win, Playoff Chances
Tonight in Minnesota, the Philadelphia Flyers have won a road game, their first since March 7th in Buffalo and their fifth road win in their last 23 games away from the Wells Fargo Center. The Philadelphia Flyers looked lost early, starting off ...

Read, Mason lead Flyers past Wild, 3-1
Matt Read scored the game-winning goal in the 2nd period and Steve Mason made 24 saves as the Flyers beat the Wild, 3-1, in Minnesota. The post Read, Mason lead Flyers past Wild, 3-1 appeared first on Flyers Fan Central.

Video- Highlights From Thursday’s NHL Games
184 seconds long...   Canadian teams took centre stage in the #NHL on Thursday night. Check out all the highlights in our @LGCanada Morning Catch Up. pic.twitter.com/ws1Y0AWtpK — Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) March 24, 2017

Eugene Melnyk On Marc Methot Incident
via Bruce Garrioch tweets, Melnyk says he is sure the Methot issue is being taken up with the league this AM on TSN 1200  "You hammer these guys, you take away their money, and you say you know what you are done for 10 games," says M...

NHL Players On The Olympics
from ESPN, Do you want the NHL to participate in the Olympics? Why or why not? Ben Bishop, Los Angeles Kings: "Yes, I think they should go to the Olympics. Fans and players get so excited for it. If we didn't go, it would be a big letdown...


 
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