St. Louis Blues Forward Chris Thorburn Retires

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St Louis Blues forward Chris Thorburn announces his retirement following a 14 year NHL career. He career was capped with being a part of the 2019-2019 St Louis Blues Stanley Cup winning roster. Congratulations to Chris Thorburn, who today announces his retirement following 801 NHL GP. The forward played for four franchises and was a […] READ MORE


Boston Bruins Re-sign Charlie McAvoy

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The Boston Bruins re-sign top defenceman Charlie McAvoy to a three-year contract worth $14.7 million, or $4.9 million per season. This contract carries him through the 2021-22 season. Charlie McAvoy has agreed to terms with BOS. Three-year deal, $4.9M AAV. Very similar to Zach Werenski’s three-year, $5M AAV deal with CBJ. McAvoy could make up […] READ MORE


An Open Letter to Former St. Louis Blues Forward Pat Maroon

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Dear Pat Maroon, Unfortunately, a lot of St. Louis Blues fans overlooked you the day you were signed. More excited about the Ryan O’Reilly trade, they underestimated just how much you wanted to help bring St. Louis’ first Stanley Cup home. That’s okay though because it made it better every single time you dropped the […] READ MORE


St. Louis Blues Biggest Game in Franchise History

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Welcome back to Last Word on Sports look at each team’s biggest game in franchise history. In today’s edition, we’ll look at arguably the most undisputed game on our list. While a few months ago, there would have been many arguments about which game to choose, recent history has completely changed that. For the St. […] READ MORE


San Jose Sharks Biggest Game in Franchise History

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Welcome back to Last Word on Hockey’s summer series where we look at the biggest game in team history. Each day we will be back with a new team to review. Looking at things like the lead-up, what happened, followed, and why it makes it the biggest game. The biggest game does not automatically mean […] READ MORE


Columbus Blue Jackets Biggest Game in Franchise History

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Welcome back to Last Word on Hockey’s summer series where we look at the biggest game in team history. Each day we will be back with a new team to look at. Looking at things like the lead-up, what happened, followed, and why it makes it the biggest game. The biggest game does not automatically […] READ MORE


Washington Capitals Re-Sign Jakub Vrana

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The Washington Capitals re-signed restricted free agent Jakub Vrana to a two-year contract worth $6.7 million, or $3.35 million per season. We know you’ve been waiting on this one, Twitter Fam! Washington Capitals have signed left wing @JVranaa to a two-year, $6.7 million contract ($3.35 million AAV)! RT/LIKE/ALL THE THINGS FOR V! #ALLCAPS More info: […] READ MORE


Craig Berube Signs Three-Year Extension with St. Louis Blues

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The St. Louis Blues announced on Tuesday that they have signed interim head coach Craig Berube to a three-year contract. Berube took over the Blues after Mike Yeo’s firing in late November. He was seen as the catalyst of a great turnaround in St. Louis, leading the team to their first Stanley Cup title. Blues […] READ MORE


Tampa Bay Lightning Re-Sign Braydon Coburn

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The Tampa Bay Lightning have re-signed free agent defenceman Braydon Coburn to a two-year contract worth $3.4 million, or $1.7 million per season. This contract carries him through the 2020-21 season. COBY! ☑️ We have re-signed Braydon Coburn to a two-year contract worth an AAV of $1.7 million. https://t.co/3HvKVlVs8u — Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June […] READ MORE


Jordan Binnington Leads St. Louis Blues to First Stanley Cup

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History has officially been made. Headlined by the star goalie Jordan Binnington, the 2018-19 St. Louis Blues have won the Stanley Cup, after 52 years in the making. They win the title on the back of an absolutely terrific season. After ranking last place in the league in early January, St. Louis was able to […] READ MORE