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Patriots Acquire Mohamed Sanu

Patriots Acquire Mohamed Sanu

According to ESPN, the New England Patriots have reportedly acquiring wideout Mohamed Sanu via trade from the Atlanta Falcons for a second-round draft pick. The Patriots had been trying to trade for Sanu since before the 2019 draft. With Julio Jones and sophomore Calvin Ridley locked up for the foreseeable future, Sanu was expendable. Sanu [...]

October 22, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Senators Sign Colin White to 6-year, $28.5M Contract

Senators Sign Colin White to 6-year, $28.5M Contract

The Ottawa Senators have signed forward Colin White to a six-year contract. White had been a restricted free agent and the new deal will keep him in Ottawa through the 2024-25 season. “We’ve identified Colin as one of our core players who will help drive the team’s success in both the short and long term,” [...]

August 21, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Alex Ovechkin – The NHL Ambassador in China

Alex Ovechkin – The NHL Ambassador in China

According to the NHL, Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin will head to China in August to serve as an international ambassador for the league. The trip to Beijing will include visiting youth clinics, a media tour, and business development meetings. “I think it is very important to spend time to help make people all over [...]

July 19, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Zdeno Chara’s Status Unclear for Game 5 After Taking A Puck to Face

Zdeno Chara’s Status Unclear for Game 5 After Taking A Puck to Face

Zdeno Chara’s status is unclear for Game 5 after taking a puck to the face during the Boston Bruins’ Game 4 loss on Monday. St. Louis attempted a shot from the faceoff circle, but the puck deflected off Chara’s stick and caught him in the face only to leave him bloodied. The play occurred just [...]

June 4, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Coyotes Speak with Leafs About Marleau

Coyotes Speak with Leafs About Marleau

According to The Athletic, the Arizona Coyotes have spoken with the Toronto Maple Leafs about veteran winger Patrick Marleau. Marleau who spent the first 19 years of his NHL career with the San Jose Sharks, is said to be eyeing a return to a western team and has notified the Maple Leafs of his wishes. [...]

June 3, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Edmonton Oilers to Hire Dave Tippett as Head Coach

Edmonton Oilers to Hire Dave Tippett as Head Coach

According to Sportsnet, today at 1pm during a press conference, Dave Tippett will be named as the new head coach of the Edmonton Oilers. Tippett’s hiring comes just three weeks after the Oilers hired Ken Holland as general manager and president of hockey operations. The 57-year-old will bring a wealth of coaching experience with him [...]

May 28, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Edmonton Oilers Hire Ken Holland as Their General Manager

Edmonton Oilers Hire Ken Holland as Their General Manager

The Edmonton Oilers have hired longtime Detroit Red Wings executive Ken Holland as their new general manager. An official announcement is expected within the next few days. Ken Holland, who spent the past 36 years with the Detroit Red Wings, will have full autonomy with regard to hockey operations, taking over from the fired Peter [...]

May 6, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

NHL PLayoffs – The Year of the Underdogs

NHL PLayoffs – The Year of the Underdogs

All 4 division winners have been eliminated in the 1st round of the playoffs. That’s right, you heard correctly. All four division winners were defeated by wild-card teams. It’s the first time in league history that every division winner has been eliminated in the opening round. In fact, only three of the top 10 teams [...]

April 25, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Controversial Call May Have Cost The Knights Game 7 of the Playoffs

Controversial Call May Have Cost The Knights Game 7 of the Playoffs

What looked like what was going to be a relatively easy Vegas Golden Knight win against the San Jose Sharks took a drastic turn. The Knights were leading 3-0 against the Sharks when a massively controversial call against Cody Eakin midway through the third period triggered a five-minute major penalty and game misconduct. The penalty [...]

April 24, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0

Brad Marchand: Bruins Assumed Game 1 Would Be ‘Easier Than It Was’

Brad Marchand: Bruins Assumed Game 1 Would Be ‘Easier Than It Was’

Last night at the TD Garden, the Toronto Maple Leafs took away the Bruins home-ice advantage with a 4-1 win. The Bruins mismanaged the puck throughout the game, allowed far too many breakaway opportunities, did far too little in the offensive zone and simply didn’t show up. It was one of their worst games of [...]

April 12, 2019 admin Headlines, NHL 0