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IIHF Suspends 5 Swedish Players, 3 Coaches for Incident During the World Juniors

IIHF Suspends 5 Swedish Players, 3 Coaches for Incident During the World Juniors

The IIHF has suspended five Swedish players and three coaches for their actions during the medal ceremony at the conclusion of the 2018 world junior hockey championships in Buffalo. During the WJHC the Swedish team lost 3-1 to Canada in the finals. Upset by the loss, some Swedish players removed their medals during the ceremony. [...]

May 2, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

NHL’s Top 3 Lottery Teams to be Revealed During Golden Knights-Sharks Game 2

NHL’s Top 3 Lottery Teams to be Revealed During Golden Knights-Sharks Game 2

The race for Rasmus Dahlin, the presumptive No. 1 pick in the NHL’s draft, will reach the finish line April 28th. The lottery draft picks will be a little different this year, as the top three picks won’t be revealed until Saturday’s second intermission of Game 2 between the San Jose Sharks and Vegas Golden [...]

April 26, 2018 admin NHL 0

Crosby Sets New Franchise Playoff Point Record

Crosby Sets New Franchise Playoff Point Record

Sidney Crosby has set a new record for most points in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for a Pittsburgh Penguin, a record previously set by Mario Lemieux. Crosby scored a goal and got an assist in a 5-0 win against the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference First Round making his total career [...]

April 19, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

John Tavares Won’t Rush Decision on Future

John Tavares Won’t Rush Decision on Future

With the New York Islanders season now over, John Tavares can become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st, therefore making this decision time. “I’ve got to take some time to see how things go over the next few days and few weeks and collect my thoughts and move on from there,” Tavares said. “I [...]

April 10, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Predators Fan Sends Dead Catfish to NHL Office

Predators Fan Sends Dead Catfish to NHL Office

On Tuesday night, Nashville Predator Filip Forsberg was refused a goal on a controversial goaltender interference call. One fan, Briley Meeks, was so upset over the call that she decided to ship a dead catfish to the NHL office in Toronto. “I was like, ‘OK, I will,'” Meeks said, according to ESPN’s Greg Wyshynski. “One [...]

April 5, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Canucks’ Boeser Suffers Scary Injury

Canucks’ Boeser Suffers Scary Injury

Vancouver Rookie Brock Boeser was taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons after crashing into the boards while the bench door was open. Boeser collided with Islanders forward Cal Clutterbuck and took an awkward fall, appearing to hit his back on the Canucks’ open bench door. He seemed to smash his lower back off the [...]

March 6, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

The NHL Trade Deadline Has Come and Gone and Erik Karlsson Will Remain in Ottawa

The NHL Trade Deadline Has Come and Gone and Erik Karlsson Will Remain in Ottawa

The Ottawa Senators were the team to watch as the NHL’s trade deadline came to an end, but as it turns out the rumors surrounding the possible trade of Erik Karlsson, Mike Hoffman and Zack Smith were just this, rumors. Senators GM Pierre Dorion received many calls regarding Karlsson, some dating back to last summer. [...]

February 27, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Canucks Sign GM Benning to a Multi-Year Extension

Canucks Sign GM Benning to a Multi-Year Extension

The Vancouver Canucks have signed general manager Jim Benning to a multi-year extension. Benning is the 11th GM in Canucks history and has held the position since May of 2014. “I’m grateful to the Aquilini family and to Trevor Linden for the commitment they’ve made to me and for their confidence in our long-term vision [...]

February 15, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Las Vegas Golden Knights Tie NHL Record for Expansion-Team Wins

Las Vegas Golden Knights Tie NHL Record for Expansion-Team Wins

The Vegas Golden Knights have made NHL history. The Golden Knights have tied the 1993-94 Florida Panthers and 1993-94 Anaheim Mighty Ducks record for the most wins in a season by an expansion team. Thanks to goals 10 seconds apart inside the final two minutes of play, the Vegas Golden Knights rallied from behind for [...]

January 31, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Vancouver Canucks’ Brock Boeser Named All-Star Tournament MVP

Vancouver Canucks’ Brock Boeser Named All-Star Tournament MVP

Vancouver Canucks rookie forward Brock Boeser had quite the All-Star weekend. On top of being named the tournament’s most valuable player he left Tampa with quite a haul. Boeser won the accuracy shooting challenge, was part of the tournament-champion Pacific squad, and was named MVP, all of which left him with an extra $551,000 in [...]

January 29, 2018 admin Headlines, NHL 0