Loaning Detroit Red Wings Prospects A Smart Idea

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The Detroit Red Wings prospects are going to be key to their turnaround. Detroit finished with a league-worst 17-49-5 record and 39 points. The Red Wings had a mix of aging players and younger pros that lacked experience. There have been glimpses of hope with players like Filip Zadina scoring eight goals in 28 games […] READ MORE


Liam Foudy Showing Promising Signs for Columbus Blue Jackets

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The Columbus Blue Jackets series with the Tampa Bay Lightning is underway after Tuesday’s monster game. The Jackets are in the first round of the playoffs after knocking off the Toronto Maple Leafs. However, Game One against Tampa didn’t go how they wanted. Throughout all six games so far, there has been one player that […] READ MORE


Predicting a Wide-Open 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs

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After one of the strangest starts to the season in recent years, the NHL (and NHL betting) is finally back in full swing. So is the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The 24 teams who made up the original post-season have been narrowed down to a total of 16. After the elimination qualifying round and a […] READ MORE


Boston Hockey Learning Opportunities

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Have you always dreamed of playing hockey professionally? If that is the case, you need to find a hockey academy that teaches everything there is to know about this sport.  If you’re in Boston, there are various opportunities you can pursue to further your knowledge and skill of playing hockey. Programs like these can put […] READ MORE


Connor McDavid is the X-Factor for the Edmonton Oilers

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There’s always a string of articles and discussions before the NHL post-season, trying to decide who each team’s “X-Factor” is going to be. This player is usually defined as the unsung hero; the name that’s going to come out of the marshes and carry his team to victory. Finding this “X-Factor” was a top priority […] READ MORE


Philadelphia Flyers Announce Michael Raffl is Unfit to Play

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The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Monday that forward Michael Raffl will not appear in their next outing. Raffl left the team’s Sunday matchup after a collision with Boston Bruins forward Jeremy Lauzon. Head Coach Alan Vigneault simply noted that Raffl will miss some time but didn’t specify any sort of timetable; citing league rules. AV […] READ MORE


Plans for December Start to the AHL Season Announced

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It was announced on Thursday that the AHL season is planning to start on December 4, 2020. This is roughly two months after the originally planned start date would’ve been, without a world-wide pandemic. The anticipated start date for the 2020-21 AHL regular season has been moved to December 4, 2020. Further details regarding the […] READ MORE


The Workout Regime of Two NHL Defencemen During the Off-Season

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The off-season does not mean months of holidays and partying for NHL players. The NHL is where the elite hockey players carve out a living. Whilst it takes years of sacrifice and dedication to reach the elite, it requires continued hard work in order to remain as an elite level ice hockey player. The level […] READ MORE


Seven Biggest Talking Points Ahead of the NHL Season Resume

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Excitement is mounting among hockey fans as they look forward to the postponed NHL season resuming on August 1. An expanded 24-team playoff will take place in the hub cities of Toronto and Edmonton, and a Stanley Cup champion should be crowned in early October. These are the key talking points as the players gear […] READ MORE


Why Betting Has Become Increasingly Popular in the NHL

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There are four major professional sports in North America, including baseball, hockey, football and basketball. Hockey is the second oldest among these sports. The NHL or National Hockey League was born back in 1917 and the first six teams, the ‘original six’, were Toronto, Montreal, New York, Boston, Detroit and Chicago. Others have long since […] READ MORE