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Edmonton Finally Wins: Does It Matter?

It came at the expense of the San Jose Sharks, but the Edmonton Oilers finally picked up a win on Sunday night and finally snapped their 11 game losing streak. The final score was 2-1 and the victory marked their first against a Western Conference opponent all season. This has been a brutal year for […]

Ducks’ Perry Out; No Timetable for Return

The Anaheim Ducks will have to make do without Corey Perry. The forward is out with a knee injury and the real bad news is that there’s no timetable for a return. Perry was injured in the first period of Friday night’s game against the Minnesota Wild. He was hit by defenceman Keith Ballard and […]

Daniel Alfredsson Officially Announces Retirement

A week before his 42nd birthday, Daniel Alfredsson announced his retirement from the National Hockey League. He made the announcement in Ottawa, as if there could be any other place for it, and he did so after taking one last warm-up with the club he spent 17 seasons with. Born in Gothenburg, Sweden, in December […]

Chicago’s Crawford Out Three Weeks

The Chicago Blackhawks will have to make do without goalie Corey Crawford, who’s expected to miss about three weeks of action thanks to what the club is calling a “lower body injury.” Of course, most people know the real story. Crawford hurt his left foot while leaving a concert. A Rise Against concert, to be […]

Remembering Jean Béliveau: 1931-2014

One of the finest men to ever play the game has died. The one and only Jean Béliveau has passed away at the age of 83, leaving behind a remarkable legacy and a raft of accolades that are impossible to explore in a single sitting. Béliveau earned 10 Stanley Cups over the course of a […]

Blues Sign Martin Brodeur to One Year Contract

After having spent 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils, goalie Martin Brodeur is about to find out what it feels like to suit up for another hockey team. He’s signed a one year contract with the St. Louis Blues, inking a deal that carries a pro-rated base pay of $700,000. Now, there are bonuses […]

Edmonton Oilers Lose 10 Straight, Inhabit League’s Basement

With Monday night’s loss to the Arizona Coyotes, the Edmonton Oilers have lost 10 games in a row. They own last place in the Western Conference, with a 6-15-4 record and 16 points. The Columbus Blue Jackets are with them in the league’s basement, with a 7-15-2 record that’s also good for 16 points. The […]

Is It Time for the Youth Movement in Florida?

21 games into the season, the Florida Panthers find themselves pretty much where most people thought they would be. They boast a 9-6-6 record, with a dismal 45 goals to show for themselves and 53 against. In terms of scoring, the Panthers have received production from Jussi Jokinen and Nick Bjugstad in particular. Both have […]

Rick Nash Dominates Even Strength Scoring – Again

Here’s an interesting statistic: since being traded to the New York Rangers, Rick Nash has been the most prolific even-strength scorer in the National Hockey League. Sure, he’s traditionally struggled to score in the post-season when it’s mattered most. In the 2014 playoffs, Nash popped in just three goals on 83 shots over the course […]

Anaheim Ducks Acquire Eric Brewer

The Anaheim Ducks have acquired defenceman Eric Brewer from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for a third round pick from the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. They also put Clayton Stoner and Francois Beauchemin on the injured reserve list. The trade was announced halfway through the first period of Anaheim’s Friday game against the Chicago […]

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