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Matthew Beniers
The Eye Opening Comparison Between Matthew Beniers and Anton Lundell
Kyle Pereira - Dec 31, 2020

Matthew Beniers, remember his name. Beniers is a Michigan Wolverine’s product, playing with Kent Johnson, a fellow 2021 draft eligible. He caught my eye watching Michigan when he was the guy driving the play as opposed to his linemate, Johnson, who has been ranked higher by most outlets. At least, at the time I watched […]



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Anthony Duclair
Florida Panther Anthony Duclair Out With a Lower-Body Injury
Nick Mancini - Mar 1, 2021

The Florida Panthers announced that forward Anthony Duclair is sidelined for at least a week with an undisclosed lower-body injury. Joel Quenneville says Anthony Duclair out perhaps a week, Frank Vatrano to get a look on top #FlaPanthers line with Barkov and Verhaeghe — George Richards (@GeorgeRichards) March 1, 2021 Anthony Duclair Injured On Monday […]

Alex Stalock
Edmonton Oilers Claim Alex Stalock

The Edmonton Oilers have claimed goaltender Alex Stalock off of waivers from the Minnesota Wild as a goaltending reinforcement. The move comes as Edmonton struggles to find a consistent duo at the position; Mike Smith is doing well, but Mikko Koskinen is not. Elliotte Friedman reported the claim late Monday morning. EDM claims Stalock — […]

Last Word on Habs
Last Word on Habs Pod: Montreal Canadiens in Freefall

The Last Word on Habs Pod is brought to you by the Last Word on Sports Network. Co-hosted by the LWOH Montreal Canadiens team manager Connor Lapalme and Johannes Wheeldon, it is a weekly look at the Habs and features guests from the Last Word on Sports community and others. Join us for smart takes, controversial opinions, and news you […]

Montreal Canadiens Coaching
Last Word on Sens Podcast: Montreal Canadiens Coaching Fires, Flames and More

Last Word on Hockey presents The Last Word on Sens Podcast. The latest addition to the stable of LWOH Hockey Podcast Content. Every week Alex Metzger will share his thoughts on the news of the week. This news will generally relate to the Ottawa Senators. He will also have a variety of guests from the world […]

Toronto Maple Leafs Trade
Who the Toronto Maple Leafs Trade Targets Should be at the Deadline

As the Toronto Maple Leafs continue to deal with a litany of injuries throughout the season, the goal remains the same. This team, with its core of players and its cap situation, are going for a cup. Currently sitting atop the North Division, the 2020-21 Toronto Maple Leafs must make adjustments to solidify their standing […]

Jake Virtanen celebrates a goal; NHL Rumours
NHL Rumours: Vancouver Canucks, New York Islanders, More

March has finally arrived and the NHL rumours are picking up. We’re moving towards the April 12 trade deadline, but the COVID-19 pandemic makes everything uncertain. Money is tighter, so teams will be careful on when or if they make moves. Today’s NHL rumours focus on the Vancouver Caucks, New York Islanders and Columbus Blue […]

Examining What is Wrong with the Boston Bruins Defence

The Boston Bruins enter Sunday with more questions than answers after back-to-back humiliating defeats. They lost 7-3 at the New York Islanders on Thursday and followed that up with a 6-2 loss at the New York Rangers the next day. Not what was expected from the Eastern Divisions leading team, who were 11-3-2 before. They […]

Gagarin Cup
Gagarin Cup: Complete Guide to the KHL Conference Quarter-Finals

The road to the KHL’s Gagarin Cup is set, with sixteen teams from Europe’s premier hockey competition battling for supremacy in the post-season. Like all things during the Covid-19 pandemic, this year’s competition will look a little bit different to usual. Finland’s Jokerit Helsinki, the fifth seed in the Western Conference, has conceded home advantage and […]