Well, it looks like the OHL’s London Knights will have a second representative at the Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game as Liam Foudy was named a replacement for Vancouver Giants’ Milos Roman who will miss the game due to injury. While Knights’ captain Evan Bouchard will be an alternate captain for Team Cherry, Foudy will
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The Carolina Hurricanes are singing a familiar tune. The lyrics go something like, “Here we are again, hanging out in no man’s land. Year after year, fans can’t understand.” It is a sad song, really, that laments the reality that another season out of the playoffs is unfolding. The team seems headed to no man’s land
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The Edmonton Oilers will be without leading scorer Ryan Nugent-Hopkins for five to six weeks after the center suffered cracked ribs in the team’s 3-2 victory last weekend against Vegas. The Oilers haven’t played since Saturday. Coach Todd McLellan updated Nugent-Hopkins’ status Friday. “The initial indications were he’d be OK, then he came home and
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Following up on Thursday’s Eastern Conference edition, here’s a look at one widely available player from each team in the West to add from waivers in your fantasy hockey league. Central Division Chicago Blackhawks: Anton Forsberg, G (Rostered in 8.2 percent of ESPN.com leagues) While goalie Corey Crawford battles post-concussion symptoms off-ice, Forsberg has been
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Mike Bossy Joins the NHL 50 in 50 Club On January 24, 1981, New York Islanders’ winger Mike Bossy became the second player in NHL history to score 50 goals in the first 50 games of a season. The original feat was accomplished by Maurice “the Rocket” Richard, thirty-six years earlier, in the 1944-1945 season. Heading
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Injuries derailed the surprisingly competitive Vancouver Canucks in December, and they haven’t quite recovered just yet. Star players were hitting injured reserve left and right and Bo Horvat was hands-down the biggest loss. Horvat suffered a fracture in his foot on Dec. 5 against the Carolina Hurricanes, but he has been cleared to practice and
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Heart, energy, leadership and secondary scoring. These are all things that come to mind when thinking about Boston Bruins’ forward Sean Kuraly. It stands to reason, too, given his role on the team’s fourth line alongside Noel Acciari and Tim Schaller and how well that trio has played in Boston this season. One word that
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After recording his first two National Hockey League points versus the New York Islanders in a 5-4 overtime loss on Monday, Montreal Canadiens defenceman Jakub Jerabek notched another personal feat against the Boston Bruins Wednesday night at TD Garden arena. Very early into the first period, 31 seconds in to be exact, Jerabek scored his
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Thompson and Curry reign threes on the Bulls Klay Thompson made seven three-point field goals in a 38-point performance and Stephen Curry made six shots from beyond the arc while scoring 30 points in the Warriors’ win over the Bulls on Wednesday night. It’s the 12th time that Curry and Thompson each made at least
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Hockey players are at home on ice, however, the same can’t always be said of hockey fans. The AHL’s Charlotte Checkers played host Wednesday to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at an empty Bojangles’ Coliseum thanks to inclement weather in the area. when the snow comes #BehindClosedDoors2 pic.twitter.com/QEFUOdIuYu — Charlotte Checkers (@CheckersHockey) January 17, 2018 “It
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In today’s Rumor Rundown, we explore some of the items brought up in “31 Thoughts” and “Insider Trading”. Both are reputable sources for the newest rumors in the NHL trade market. We also explore some insight from a few sources inside these discussed NHL franchises. Friedman Says to Watch For Defensemen Elliotte Friedman’s “31 Thoughts” is
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The Chicago Blackhawks could be in the market for a goaltender to help them for the remainder of the season after it was reported by Chicago Sun-Times’ Mark Lazerus that Corey Crawford could be done for the rest of the season. After playing in a game on Dec. 23 against the New Jersey Devils –
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When looking at the 2017-18 Boston Bruins, one thing is abundantly clear; the team has more depth than any Bruins team has had in recent years. Arguably one of the deepest teams in the entire league, the Bruins are showing that they can roll four lines with confidence while also feeling comfortable in the fact
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