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St. Louis Blues, Good Start But Good Enough?

St. Louis Blues, Good Start But Good Enough?

By on October 25, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

The St. Louis Blues have been one of the most talented teams in the NHL over the past few seasons, but they have had disappointing finishes every year. Many people thought the team was going to take a big step back this year after losing several key players in the off-season. The St. Louis Blues have […]

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Opening Night Rosters for All 30 NHL Teams

Opening Night Rosters for All 30 NHL Teams

By on October 12, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

NHL announces opening night rosters Auston Matthews, Patrik Laine among 2016 draft picks set to make debut NHL Public Relations Media Release   NEW YORK — Following are NHL club rosters, as of 10 a.m., Eastern time today. Some players who recently have agreed to terms with their respective clubs but whose contracts had not […]

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Infographic | Everything You Need to Know About World Cup of Hockey

Infographic | Everything You Need to Know About World Cup of Hockey

By on August 26, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

Infographic: 2016 World Cup of Hockey Special to Hockey Pub by Christyne Kavanagh, Tucker Hockey This September, more than 150 elite NHL players will feature at the World Cup of Hockey, a best-on-best tournament involving eight teams from North America and Europe. Toronto’s Air Canada Centre will host the action over two weeks as the likes […]

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HOCKEY HEADLINES | Playoffs, Lottery, Drouin, Senators, Datsyuk, more

HOCKEY HEADLINES | Playoffs, Lottery, Drouin, Senators, Datsyuk, more

By on April 12, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

By Dean Matheos, Staff Writer   ► All-American post season For the first time since 1970 there will be no Canadian representative to take part in the Stanley Cup playoffs. After many Canadian teams saw success last year, this year turned out to be a huge disappointment. For some teams it hurts more than the others. With […]

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HOCKEY HEADLINES | Gomez, Outdoors, Drouin, Tinordi, Wideman, more

HOCKEY HEADLINES | Gomez, Outdoors, Drouin, Tinordi, Wideman, more

By on March 12, 2016 in Hockey News, Ignore with 0 Comments

By Dean Matheos, Staff Writer ► Gomez in Ottawa After shutting down Kyle Turris for the rest of the year the Ottawa Senators were in need to fill the gap. A trade was unlikely as the Sens would have to go after a rental centre iceman when there was no need. After exploring option they came […]

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HOCKEY HEADLINES | Trade Deadline, Bowman, Maatta, Coburn, more

HOCKEY HEADLINES | Trade Deadline, Bowman, Maatta, Coburn, more

By on February 29, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

By Dean Matheos, Staff Writer   ► Trade deadline Despite a last minute flurry of moves, It was one of the quieter NHL trade deadlines. Here are some of the more interesting moves. Brandon Pirri went to Anaheim in exchange for a sixth round pick in 2016. Mikkel Boedker was sent to Colorado in exchange for […]

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HOCKEY HEADLINES | Byfuglien, Phaneuf, Price, Stamkos, more

HOCKEY HEADLINES | Byfuglien, Phaneuf, Price, Stamkos, more

By on February 16, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

By Dean Matheos, Staff Writer ► Byfuglien extended Winnipeg Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien has signed a 5-year $38 million contract extension. With the signing of the Jets best blueliner what does it mean for captain Andrew Ladd? Speculation is that he will be traded at the deadline but Winnipeg GM Kevin Cheveldayoff will attempt to try […]

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HOCKEY HEADLINES | Leafs, Wideman, McDavid, Habs, All Stars

HOCKEY HEADLINES | Leafs, Wideman, McDavid, Habs, All Stars

By on February 5, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

By Dean Matheos, Staff Writer ► All Star game All Star weekend took place in Nashville this year. They took the ice for the skills competition as well as the new 3-on-3 tournament format. Memorable moments of the skills competition were Shea Weber and his 108.1 mph shot, PK Jagr, Chewbacca Burns and Dylan Larkin breaking […]

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HOCKEY HEADLINES | Trade News, All-Stars, World Juniors, more

HOCKEY HEADLINES | Trade News, All-Stars, World Juniors, more

By on January 9, 2016 in Hockey News, Ignore with 0 Comments

By Dean Matheos, Staff Writer ► Flyers – Kings trade The Philadelphia Flyers traded forward Vincent Lecavalier and defenceman Luke Schenn to the Los Angeles Kings for Jordan Weal and a third round pick in the upcoming 2016 draft. The trade appears to be a win for the Kings, but from a Flyers perspective they were […]

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HOCKEY HEADLINES | Winter Classic, World Juniors, Spengler Cup

HOCKEY HEADLINES | Winter Classic, World Juniors, Spengler Cup

By on January 2, 2016 in Hockey News with 0 Comments

By Dean Matheos, Staff Writer   ► Winter Classic The 2016 NHL Winter Classic kicked off the New Year with the Montreal Canadiens beating their original six rival, the Boston Bruins by a score of 5-1 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, home of Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The Bruins were without top […]

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