When the 2017-18 season ended, it was evident that the Calgary Flames would be making some changes after a disappointing year. The first, and arguably most major, change they made was clearing their bench staff by parting ways with head coach Glen Gulutzan and assistants Dave Cameron and Paul Jerrard. The Flames moved on from
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The Detroit Red Wings have had some incredible goalies don the Winged Wheel over the past 90 years. Many of these masked men rank among the top goaltenders to ever play the game, so narrowing them down to the top three isn’t an easy task. When ranking the top three Red Wings goalies of all-time,
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The Carolina Hurricanes have said that their menu of offerings does not contain any sea bass. Young star-in-the-making forward Sebastian Aho, whose teammates affectionately refer to as “Sea Bass” is not available to be traded. If you are another team looking for a trade from the Hurricanes, look elsewhere on the menu. Luke DeCock of the Raleigh
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In today’s rumor rundown, there is more news as it pertains to the Mike Hoffman situation in Ottawa. Meanwhile, the Boston Bruins are looking at Ilya Kovalchuk which could make keeping their current roster intact tricky. There is interest in one of their better centers; would the Bruins even consider trading him? Another team is
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OTTAWA, Ontario — The Ottawa Senators have suspended Randy Lee, the assistant general manager facing a harassment charge from an incident during the NHL’s pre-draft scouting combine. Lee is charged with second-degree harassment after allegedly making lewd comments and rubbing the shoulders of a 19-year-old male hotel shuttle driver in Buffalo, New York, on May
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The gratitude visits me every day. Every single one. Usually on the drive down to our beachfront studios at the Clevelander Hotel, where I cohost “The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz” on ESPN Radio. It might be the most coveted piece of national sports radio real estate in the country. I don’t take it
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Beginning June 1, NWHL teams can re-sign players from their 2017-18 roster and their draft picks. Additionally, for those players who have completed their college eligibility and want to continue their hockey careers, NWHL Free Agency provides the best opportunity to continue playing at the highest level of professional women’s hockey. Players who were not
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They say memories fade with age, but in hockey, they are shared from generation to generation, establishing a legacy for younger fans to embrace their team and its players. The Montreal Canadiens’ history is particularly rich, with over a century of seasons and 24 Stanley Cups, along with a number of exciting players fans discuss with
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Earlier this week, I wrote about who the New Jersey Devils should target in free agency for scoring help. Another area that requires attention is their blue line. They are in need of at least one top-four defenseman. That may prove difficult to find in a weak free agent class, but there are a few
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BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Sabres stocked up on another Boston University product by acquiring defenseman Brandon Hickey in a trade that sent forward Hudson Fasching to the Arizona Coyotes. Buffalo also acquired minor-league forward Mike Sislo in the deal Thursday. Hickey joins three former Boston University teammates on Buffalo’s roster, including star center Jack
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June 6, 1967. If you are an old-time hockey fan, or a purist, that date is a day of infamy. If you are of the more modern generation, you likely think of it as the day that the Original Six became 12. No matter how you view the date, it is the day on which
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Welcome to our mock draft. This season, we brought some of our best writers together and completed a full, two-round, 62-pick mock draft. It’s going to be so great that we’ll get every pick right without exception. Now if you believe that, it might be time to get your head examined. Mocks never go the
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