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Washington Capitals — Victory on the Home Front

This season has been a year of great moments on home ice for the Washington Capitals. From January through to March, the Caps recorded a winning streak of 15 games at home. More recently, Washington set another franchise record for most home wins ...

Isobel Cup Champion Beauts Hit the Dek

Less than a week after skating around the Tsongas Center with the Isobel Cup raised above their heads, members of the Buffalo Beauts packed a car and headed southeast hoping for another championship. But this time, they left their skates home. Hoc...

Potential 1st Round Blackhawks Playoff Matchups

As the NHL regular season winds down, the Chicago Blackhawks find themselves in a familiar position. For the ninth consecutive year, the Blackhawks are postseason bound and sit comfortably at the top of the Western Conference standings. Despite ba...

Maple Leafs News: Matthews, Brown and Kapanen

For the first time in many years, the Toronto Maple Leafs are playing meaningful games in the month of March. For a team at the beginning stages of a full-scale rebuild, contending for the playoffs so soon is no easy feat to accomplish. The Leafs ...

Eichel and Reinhart: No Sophomore Slump

It’s unfortunate the Buffalo Sabres will miss the playoffs for a staggering sixth consecutive year. This is the longest drought of not making the postseason in franchise history. The previous length of three years missing occurred back betwe...

Goaltending Not the Penguins Problem

On their way to the Stanley Cup Final last season, the Pittsburgh Penguins sizzled through March and April, winning 14 of their final 16 games. We are not yet to April, but this season, the Penguins appear to be limping to the finish line. For the...

Buffalo Sabres’ Remaining Games Still Have Worth

The Buffalo Sabres are on the outside looking in yet again, having failed to qualify for the postseason for the sixth straight season.  A season that opened with talk of the playoffs will end with the Sabres being lucky to reach last season’s p...

Buffalo Beauts Promote Community Just By Being Themselves

It is a Wednesday night as folks in Buffalo make their commute home. The Isobel Cup champions, the Buffalo Beauts, are giving a public showing of their trophy to the community and have set up shop in a Dunkin Donuts on the northernmost reaches of...

Patience Is Key for Coyotes

There’s an old axiom that says patience is a virtue. Just ask Arizona Coyotes’ coach Dave Tippett. Here’s a man recognized as one of the better coaches in the NHL and a man who has endured losing season after losing season. If there is ...

Blue Jackets Lack of Playoff Experience Offers New Challenge

The Columbus Blue Jackets are one of four teams that could conceivably win the Presidents’ Trophy this year. The other three, the Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks all have one thing in common: consistent, long-...

The 1979 NHL – WHA Merger

The 2009-10 hockey season marks the 30th anniversary of the merger between the National Hockey League and the World Hockey Association. It was the last time that such a unification has taken place in a major North American sport...

Penguins’ Depth Finally Failing Them

You have to give credit where credit is due. Up to this point, despite the absurd number of injuries suffered by key Pittsburgh Penguins, they’ve somehow maintained a high level of play while staying in the mix for the best overall record in...

Top 3 Goalies in Kitchener Rangers History

The Kitchener Rangers are one of the OHL’s most storied franchises. They play out of the old Kitchener Memorial Auditorium; a loud, old-school arena with plenty of charm and plenty of seats. Those fans have had the chance to cheer on some great...

5 Unsung Heroes for the Flames

The Calgary Flames are on their way to the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs, a remarkable achievement given how rough they looked in the early going of the regular season. Once at the bottom of the points percentage rankings, the Flames have captured poi...

Oilers New Swedish Duo

At the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, the Edmonton Oilers felt they had secured a pair of key pieces in their rebuild with the selections of Swedish forwards Magnus Paajarvi and Anton Lander. While both were expected to develop into productive NHL players,...




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