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Oct 12, 2018 Emily KaplanESPN We’re just a few games into the 2018-19 season, but there’s already been some movement in the ESPN NHL Power Rankings. Here’s our latest rundown, along with the top early health concern for all 31 teams. Note: These rankings reflect which teams our voters think would win head-to-head matchups. Higher-ranked
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What a wild ride it has been through the first four games of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ season. They are the highest scoring team in the league with 20 goals scored, including seven in their victory over the Dallas Stars on Tuesday. but they have also allowed 17 goals, third worst in the league, which
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Growing up in Amos, Quebec as a teenager Juana Baribeau wasn’t even aware that playing hockey while attending college in the United States was an option. She also revealed she wasn’t really a fan of the NHL’s lone team in Quebec, but rather two Olympic stars that represented Team Canada. “I’m not that big into
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It’s approaching the mid-mark of October and still, no deal for William Nylander. On October 5, Ryan Lambert of Yahoo Sports, blogged that William Nylander shouldn’t let Brendan Shanahan talk him into taking less money. There’s a lot of people who feel the same way Lambert does. There are also those who feel Nylander has
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In today’s News & Notes, Paul Stastny will be out for a few games, Kevin Shattenkirk will reportedly be benched and The Islanders are moving on from Jan Kovar. Stastny out at Least 3 Games The Golden Knights will be without Stastny for at least their next three games with the team set to re-evaluate
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Although the Winnipeg Jets still have 79 games left to play, there’s plenty to glean from their first 180 minutes of regular season hockey. Here are three takeaways from the Jets’ first three games. 1: Top Line as Good as Advertised The trio of Blake Wheeler, Mark Scheifele, and Kyle Connor are off to an
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Two games do not make a season, but, if you’re the Montreal Canadiens, they certainly stir up a sense of optimism. Despite the Habs getting off to a modestly successful 1-0-1 start to the 2018-19 season, they’ve either taken a Stanley Cup favorite to the limit or beaten another outright (and decisively to boot). None
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Patrice Bergeron earned a hat trick in the Boston Bruins’ home opener against the Ottawa Senators on Monday, making him the difference-maker as the Bruins won 6-3. Relive Patrice Bergeron’s fourth career hat trick, courtesy of @Enterprise. pic.twitter.com/LSr6Gb2xDU — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) October 9, 2018 The beauty of Bergeron’s three-goal afternoon was in the execution. Each goal
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As another season gets rolling for the Nashville Predators, we assess the Stanley Cup chances of the defending Presidents’ Trophy winners: Will the Predators win the West? Greg Wyshynski, senior NHL writer: Can they win the West? Yes. Will they win the West? That really comes down to two external factors and one internal factor
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In today’s News & Notes, the Penguins received some bad news on their goaltending front, the Coyotes assigned their first-round pick to the OHL and Seattle NHL has big plans for a practice facility. Related: NHL News & Notes: Thornton, Matthews, Tkachuk Murray Suffers Concussion The Pittsburgh Penguins have announced that goaltender Matt Murray will
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It’s pretty tough to beat early October in the hockey world, though it gets even better this weekend as most men’s college hockey teams will be starting their seasons. The official opening of the 2018-19 men’s season was last weekend, with multiple exhibition games and nine nonconference matchups, highlighted by defending national champion Minnesota Duluth
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Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Matt Murray is sidelined with a concussion, the team said Tuesday, marking at least the third concussion the netminder has had in his four-year career. “The injury happened in practice yesterday,” coach Mike Sullivan said. “There is currently no timetable on his return.” Murray had also been run over by Canadiens forward
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It’s been exactly 25 years since Anaheim Mighty Ducks center Anatoli Semenov lined up against his countryman Sergei Fedorov to take the first regular-season faceoff in franchise history. Fedorov won the draw cleanly for the Detroit Red Wings, the first play in a game that the Red Wings would win just as easily. Fedorov scored
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