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Alex Ovechkin is Russia’s Top Scorer

Alex Ovechkin has become the highest-scoring Russian, notching his 484th career goal on Thursday night as his Washington Capitals faced off against the Dallas Stars. Ovechkin has now passed Sergei Fedorov on the all-time scoring list among Russians and he did so in similar fashion to how Fedorov passed Alexander Mogilny to top the Russian […]

Hamonic Cites Family Matter After Asking for Trade

The news first emerged on Wednesday that New York Islanders defenceman Travis Hamonic had asked for a trade. And by now, countless thinkpieces have speculated as to where he could land and what the trade request could mean. On Thursday, the Islanders and Hamonic confirmed the trade request and explained the reasons behind it. In […]

Roberto Luongo Still Getting It Done in Florida

Roberto Luongo may have been routinely mistreated by the Vancouver Canucks over the course of his tenure in the “goalie graveyard,” but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t putting up stellar numbers. And now that he’s been back in Florida with the Panthers, the world class goalie has done more of the same. Luongo may be the […]

New York Rangers Pick up Ninth Straight Win

The New York Rangers extended their winning streak to nine games by defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs by a final score of 4-3, improving their record to 14-2-2. The Blueshirts haven’t won nine straight since the 1972-1973 season and could tie their longest winning streak ever when they face off against the Tampa Bay Lightning […]

Toronto Wins Third Straight, But Goalie Questions Remain

It’s not normally news when a hockey team wins three straight games, but it news when the Toronto Maple Leafs win three straight games. That’s right, the Maple Leafs picked up their third straight win when the knocked off the Vancouver Canucks by a final score of 4-2 on Saturday night. What’s more, T-Dot has […]

Red Wings Sign Abdelkader to Seven Year Extension

The Detroit Red Wings have signed Justin Abdelkader to a seven year deal worth $29.75 million, which translates to an annual value of $4.25 million. “He’s homegrown. A character guy. He’s one of the guys [coach Jeff Blashill] and I are looking to be one of the leaders of this team,” general manager Ken Holland […]

NHL GMs Discuss Scoring, Reviews, Goalie Equipment, Overtime

The National Hockey League’s general managers spent Tuesday exploring potential ways to increase scoring, which has been a near-constant topic for years now. Of course, scoring is down this year. Throughout this season so far (in the period leading up to Tuesday), there has been an average of 5.32 goals scored per game. That’s down […]

Ondrej Palat Out Three to Five Weeks

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ondrej Palat will be out three to five weeks with a lower body injury. The 24-year-old will not need surgery. Palat seemed to have been injured on Saturday during the second period of Tampa’s game against the Minnesota Wild. Nino Niederreiter fell on his leg in a play around the net […]

The Anaheim Ducks Are Turning Things Around

It wasn’t long ago that we were wondering what was up with the Anaheim Ducks. Head coach Bruce Boudreau was on the chopping block, apparently, and nobody knew what to make of Corey Perry or Ryan Getzlaf. That was then. The Ducks have turned things around and are now 5-7-2 on the year, running up […]

Zach Parise Out Week-to-Week

The Minnesota Wild will have to make do without forward Zach Parise, as he’s out week-to-week with a sprained MCL. He suffered the injury on Thursday after a hit from Nashville Predators forward James Neal. General manager Chuck Fletcher had an interesting approach to the news. “I think it’s great news. He’ll be out a […]

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