Vancouver Canucks Potential Moves

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The Vancouver Canucks potential moves are going to be influenced this year, more than in any other, by cash. Teams all through the NHL are feeling the hit from the novel coronavirus, and it’s going to show in deals and signings big and small. Vancouver Canucks Potential Moves A Book Balancing Act NHL owners who […] READ MORE


Why the Ottawa Senators Shouldn’t Go After Matt Murray

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The Ottawa Senators will be a very busy team this offseason. Over half of their forwards need new contracts, a mix of UFA and RFa’s alike. However, they also have a ton of draft capital, more quality than anyone in the league. With that, it’d make sense for them to at least see what the […] READ MORE


Stanley Cup Favourites at Winning NHL 2020

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The NHL 2020 season finally got to its Conference Finals, on Sunday. After a thrilling and intense Second Round of the playoffs, with three out of four meetings ending in seven games, we know the final four teams competing for the Stanley Cup. The four teams who made it in the Conference Finals are the […] READ MORE


Betting Sites Thriving in a Busy Summer of Sports

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The sporting schedule may have been depleted through the spring, but many top sports have returned and things are about to get a lot busier through the summer and the rest of 2020. As announced on June 26, the NBA is set to become the first of the four major professional sports leagues in the […] READ MORE


NHL Skating on Thin Ice This Season

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On March 12, 2020, the NHL followed many other major professional sports leagues and suspended its season. It was an inevitability, but the timing was spurred by an NBA player testing positive for coronavirus. In the league’s official statement, Commissioner Gary Bettman was nevertheless hopeful and called it a ‘pause’. The goal? To resume play […] READ MORE


NHL Point Leaders Halted With Season Stoppage

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The stoppage of the 2019–20 NHL season could rob most of the league’s point leaders of hitting the century mark. Seven players were on pace to reach 100 points. Six more were scoring at a pace of just under 100 total points, needing a burst in their final dozen or so games. Use this guide […] READ MORE


Alexis LaFreniere Preparing for Leadership Role on World Junior Team

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OAKVILLE– Alexis LaFreniere is itching to get back on the ice. While the rest of Canada’s World Junior hopefuls were taking part in practices, LaFreniere was putting in a ton of work on the bike. For the last few weeks, the Rimouski Oceanic forward has been nursing an ankle injury. It forced him to miss […] READ MORE


Dale Hunter Instills Winning Culture for Team Canada

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OAKVILLE– Dale Hunter really does not like losing. So much so that during the 2006 OHL Playoffs, the London Knights head coach was fined $5,000 for arguing with on-ice officials. Even though his team got swept, Hunter still stuck up for his players. It is that fervent focus on winning and distaste for losing that […] READ MORE


Joe Veleno Joins Team Canada, World Junior Selection Camp Day 1 Notes

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OAKVILLE— Joe Veleno will get his chance at World Junior redemption. The Detroit Red Wings prospect was on the losing end being a part of Team Canada, losing to Finland in the quarterfinals at the World Junior Hockey Championship in Vancouver. The late goal that bounced and tipped into the net behind Michael DiPietro would […] READ MORE


Sheldon Keefe Brings Structure, Success to Maple Leafs Head Coach Role

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TORONTO– On December 3, 2012, just 29 games into the season, Kyle Dubas made a coaching change. The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds general manager at the time, Dubas replaced then head coach Mike Stapleton with a young Sheldon Keefe. Keefe was previously the head coach of the Pembroke Lumber Kings in the CCHL, a team […] READ MORE