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NHL Report Card, Term 2: Central Division

As the NHL continues on in the month of February, teams are hitting the 54-game mark which means it’s the time where almost every team has played two thirds of the NHL schedule. With student’s report cards being sent home to the moms and dads of the world, it’s only fitting to give every NHL team a report card of their own….

Washington Capitals v Philadelphia Flyers

Kimmo Timonen Traded To Blackhawks

Don’t call it a comeback. #Blackhawks send a 2015 second-round pick and 2016 conditional fourth-round pick to Flyers for Kimmo Timonen. — Chris Kuc (@ChrisKuc) February 28, 2015 The 39-year old Kimmo Timonen was just about to make his season debut against the Rangers tomorrow for the Flyers. He will instead have a guaranteed chance at a Cup run with…

Toronto Maple Leafs v New Jersey Devils

BREAKING: Horton for Clarkson Deal Done

Just when the pre-trade deadline week couldn’t get any crazier… BREAKING: #CBJ acquire David Clarkson from the @MapleLeafs in exchange for Nathan Horton –> http://t.co/Q15rLpuKUj pic.twitter.com/5TEkIEzghQ — NHL Bleu Jackets (@BlueJacketsNHL) February 26, 2015 All about the money on this one. David Clarkson signed a contract in the 2013 offseason that will pay him 5.25 million until 2019-20. Nathan Horton…

Jaromir Jagr

Jaromir Jagr Dealt To The Panthers

Yes, Jaromir Jagr is still kickin’, and he’s on the move. The 43-year old has defined the term “adjustment”, since breaking into the league in 1990.

Zemgus Girgensons

Girgensons out for at least two weeks, Ennis day-to-day

Buffalo Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons left the team’s last game against the Columbus Blue Jackets with an injury, after he took the puck to his ankle. He did not return. After the game Buffalo Sabres head coach Ted Nolan stated that the injury looks bad and could be season ending for the Latvian who was the team’s lone All-Star this…

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