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Are the Bruins and Canucks Evenly Matched?

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7 Most Heartbreaking Losses for the Age 20-Something Rangers Fan

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Fantasy Hockey: Surviving The Goalie Gauntlet

[...] statistics over the last two weeks as he played to the tune of a 2-3-0 record with a .925 Save Percentage and 2.44 GAA. Recording wins over Dallas and Montreal (while still a member of the Sabres) [...]

Are The Rangers A Matchup Nightmare For The Islanders?

[...] in any type of setting. Just by looking at peripheral statistics for Halak (2.40 GAA, .912 Save Percentage) and Lundqvist (2.25 GAA, .922 Save Percentage), one would think that the Rangers have a [...]

Tuesday Trade Review: Vlasic for Kiprusoff

[...] inconsistent numbers over the course of his three years with the club. After posting a .915 save percentage in the 2001-2002 campaign, he challenged his Russian counterpart for the starting role the [...]

Joni Ortio: The Real Deal?

[...] of 22 made it too early to make that call. In his stay with the main club this season, his save percentage was .931 and his goals against average stood at 1.98, only allowing 9 goals against in 5 [...]

4 ‘Canes That Should Be on the Trading Block

[...] hearing the same thing, but that doesn’t mean it is off the table for writing articles. The trade deadline is approaching and the ‘Canes have to sell, that much is true, but who to sell? Eric and [...]

Ron Francis Spotlight; Anybody Want His Assets?

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Flyers Staying out of Trade Deadline Drama

[...] of being a team trapped in hockey limbo is avoiding the drama that’s paired with the NHL trade deadline. Sure, the idea of getting a shiny new toy is exciting, but how often is that toy associated [...]

Has Parenteau Lost His Spot on the Montreal Canadiens’ Roster?

[...] the Montreal Canadiens, the team has a record of 8-2-1 without Parenteau. With the trade deadline approaching we can start wondering if the Habs really need P.A. Parenteau. Four [...]

Is It Time to Start Worrying About the Anaheim Ducks?

[...] Final: the Kings went on their usual tear and wound up winning the cup, while the New York Rangers, a team that, on paper isn’t overly special, caught fire and wound up in the Finals. [...]

Carolina Hurricanes Astonishing Jekyll and Hyde Routine

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50 Years Ago in Hockey – Rangers Name Nevin Captain

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The Rangers’ Biggest Obstacles

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18 Players and Where They’ll Land at the NHL Trade Deadline

[...] to be moved over the next two weeks. Montreal has a great chance of coming out of the Eastern Conference this year. Vermette fits their style of play and would be a huge boost.  He won’t come [...]

Predicting Montreal Canadiens Playoff Opponents

[...] : They win the Atlantic Division this season, but lose out on the first seed in the Eastern Conference to either the New York Islanders or Pittsburgh Penguins (or Rangers) in the Metropolitan. [...]

Tape2Tape: Kulikov Suspension Raises Age Old Question

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‘Canes Need to Rely on Rosters Youth

[...] Senators Monday night by a score of 6-3. Ottawa is battling for a Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference. The ‘Canes are out of playoff contention, but they have no quit in them. They scored a [...]

Montreal Canadiens Set Up for Major Roster Upgrade In Offseason

[...] With the NHL trade deadline just over two weeks away and the Montreal Canadiens first in the Eastern Conference standings, much of the speculation around the Habs right [...]

Paul Stastny Proves His Worth to Blues

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Detroit Gets its Wings Clipped

[...] -round pick were sent back to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Playoff Matchup? On Monday, the Montreal Canadiens came to Joe Louis Arena to display what could very well be a first-round playoff [...]

Is Alexei Emelin worth Keeping?

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Steve Montador Was The 2004 Calgary Flames

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Ducks’ Injuries Dramatically Change Deadline Plans

[...] would at least maximize the Ducks’ chances of playing a weaker opponent like the Calgary Flames. James Wisniewski’s name has been floated around as a player who could be available [...]

10 Things You Never Knew About Hockey

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Sharks & Kings Stadium Series More than Just a Game

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Are the Bruins and Canucks Evenly Matched?

[...] as the Canucks walked out to “Where the Streets Have No Name,” by U2 before game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. Captain Henrik Sedin led his team onto the ice in a one game face-off for the Stanley [...]

7 Most Heartbreaking Losses for the Age 20-Something Rangers Fan

[...] the team that was 3 wins away from finally giving the 90’s kids generation of Rangers fans a Stanley Cup Championship to celebrate. When that day finally arrives, the true Rangers fans are going to [...]

Should the Sharks Trade Antti Niemi?

[...] -half seasons as a Shark. It is amazing how many people associate Stanley Cup victories with individuals as an argument for their talent level. Anyone with half a brain [...]

Boston Bruins Playing On Thin Ice

[...] at the deadline isn’t going to be enough. When the Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 2011, Chiarelli made some tough decisions by trading away roster players, prospects, and [...]

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