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NHL Finalizes Stanley Cup Finals Schedule

When the 2018 NHL Season started, the Washington Capitals were a bit of an afterthought after missing many opportunities to win a Stanley Cup and the Vegas Golden Knights were just happy to be there.  Once ... Continue reading →

Rangers officially name David Quinn as Head Coach

The New York Rangers have officially named David Quinn as the 35th Head Coach in Franchise history.  OFFICIAL: #NYR have named David Quinn as the 35th Head Coach in franchise history. pic.twitter.com/nE91... Continue reading →

Projected NHL Lineups & Game Notes 05/23/18

In Game 6, the Washington Capitals once again outshot the Tampa Bay Lightning by a wide margin but were actually able to walk away with the win thanks to a strong performance from Braden Holtby.  The ... Continue reading →

Report: Sharks, Evander Kane nearing seven-year extension

The San Jose Sharks and Evander Kane are reportedly closing in on a seven-year contract extension that would pay the winger $49.0 million ($7.0M AAV).  As has been reported, expect Evander Kane’s 7 yr, $49 million dollar ... Continue reading →

Islanders name Lou Lamoriello President of Hockey Operations

The New York Islanders have hired Lou Lamoriello as their President of Hockey Operations and announce that he will “have full authority over all hockey matter with the organization.”  Following a three-year stint as the ... Continue reading →

Maple Leafs, Mark Hunter “mutually agree to part ways”

The Maple Leafs’ front office shuffle continued on Tuesday.  A few days after senior adviser Lou Lamoriello left the organization, the Maple Leafs and Assistant General Manager Mark Hunter mutually agreed to part ways.  “Following ... Continue reading →

Jets defeat Preds in Game 7, advance to West Final

Just like we all predicted, the Winnipeg Jets will face the Vegas Golden Nights in the 2018 Western Conference Final. The Jets got two goals and an assist from trade deadline acquisition Paul Stastny to help ... Continue reading →

Evgeny Kuznetsov sends Capitals to Eastern Conference Final

For the first time in 20 years, the Washington Capitals are going to the Conference Finals. Evgeny Kuznetsov scored on a breakaway 5:27 into overtime to give the Capitals the victory and eliminate the Pittsburgh Penguins in ... Continue reading →

Brad Marchand low bridges and licks Ryan Callahan in Game 4

Here we go again. Brad Marchand has stirred up plenty of controversy during the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs, highlighted by an incident with Maple Leafs’ forward Leo Komarov in the Bruins’ opening game of the postseason. ... Continue reading →

Brayden Point dances through Bruins for stunning goal

Brayden Point has been a revelation this NHL season. And the party hasn’t stopped in the playoffs. The 22-year-old Lightning forward scored one of the better goals of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in Game 4 ... Continue reading →