Category NHL

Bring neutral site NHL games back to North America!

Blame Eric Lindros, Dan Quayle and the Toronto Blue Jays.

In 1992, the NHL farmed out 24 regular-season games to neutral sites, the result of a rare collective bargaining win for the players (pre-Gary Bettman, of course) that bumped the season to 84 games and had...

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The best contract for every NHL team

As the free agency dust settles, rosters are starting to solidify for the 2018-19 season. It’s never too early to look ahead — but in this case, we’re reflecting on past moves of GMs.

We analyzed the rosters of all 31 teams and picked out the best contract on ever...

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Capitals’ Prospect Malenstyn & His Wild Season

Washington Capitals prospect Beck Malenstyn sits in his stall at Kettler Capitals Iceplex, taking a well-deserved breather after an entire day on the ice. Still, despite the exhaustion, he’a full of enthusiasm and excitement as he discusses his past year and third development camp.

“It hasn’t qui...

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Maroon gets 1-year deal from hometown Blues

Patrick Maroon is headed home, signing a one-year, $1.75 million contract with the St. Louis Blues.

Maroon grew up in a St. Louis suburb and played for the St. Louis Bandits of the North American Hockey League.

“We’re excited to add Pat Maroon to our group,” Blues general manager Doug Ar...

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Oilers History: The Return of Grant Fuhr

From the moment he made his NHL debut against the Winnipeg Jets on October 14, 1981, to the Edmonton Oilers elimination in the first round of the 1989 playoffs at the hands of Wayne Gretzky and the Los Angeles Kings, no goaltender had accomplished more during said period of time than Grant Fuhr...

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NHL Free Agency Tracker 2018: Every major free agent move, signing and best remaining players

John Tavares, the big prize of the 2018 NHL free agent class, will be in a Toronto Maple Leafs sweater next season. Tavares informed the Islanders, the only NHL franchise he had known in his nine seasons, that he was moving on Sunday afternoon as the league’s free agency period opened, then signe...

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NHL Rumors: Kucherov, Bjugstad, Lamoriello, More

In today’s rumor rundown Nikita Kucherov extends in Tampa and that may have some connection to the rumors of Erik Karlsson being moved to the Lightning...

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The Canadiens Legacy of Losing

I remember the afternoon of April 27, 1980, clearly. Walking down Ste Catherine street, I saw a tall, lanky figure walking towards me. It didn’t take me long to recognize Larry Robinson, the Canadiens’ star defenseman, who would win the Norris Trophy later that year...

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Tampa Bay Lightning sign Nikita Kucherov to 8-year extension worth $76 million

Tampa Bay Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov has only gotten better year after year, and the team has taken notice. Just a season after he picked up a career-high 100 points, the Lightning have decided not to wait until next year when Kucherov would be a free agent to reward him...

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Brothers in the NHL

– latest update: Feb 2018

Table of Contents:

  1. Jamie and Jordie Benn
  2. Marcus and Nick Foligno
  3. Markus and Mikael Granlund
  4. Dougie and Freddie Hamilton
  5. Jimmy and Kevin Hayes
  6. Adrian and Mario Kempe
  7. Brock and Jamie McGinn
  8. Brett and Nick Ritchie
  9. Brayden and Luke Schenn
  10. Jordan and Nick Schmaltz
  11. Daniel and...
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