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The Type of Trade Unfit for Dry Land

The Type of Trade Unfit for Dry Land

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09/28/2018

One of the reasons the hockey offseason is fascinating is because, perhaps more than in any of the other three major American sports, bona fide superstars are constantly on the move. These trades shake up the NHL and drastically change the season’s outlooks for the teams involved. Teams that finish at the bottom of the…

On Thin Ice: NHL Early Season Reactions

On Thin Ice: NHL Early Season Reactions

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11/08/2017

One month into the NHL season, there have been plenty of surprises. Hot starts and losing streaks have unsuspecting teams at the top of the standings and perceived contenders in the basement. It is still early enough for the standings to change (last year at this time, Nashville was in last place in the Central…

NHL Western Conference Preview

NHL Western Conference Preview

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10/03/2017

Three seasons ago, this section would have been easier to write. From 2010 to 2015, the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings dominated the NHL’s Western Conference, combining for five Stanley Cup titles in six seasons. Since 2015, however, the conference has become considerably more competitive. The 2015-16 season saw the San Jose Sharks finally…

NHL Eastern Conference Preview

NHL Eastern Conference Preview

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10/02/2017

The Pittsburgh Penguins have dominated the Eastern conference the past two seasons on their way to winning back to back Stanley Cups. The Washington Capitals have also been on top, winning the President’s Trophy in both of those seasons for being the league’s regular season champions. But there could be a shake-up happening this season…

NHL Playoffs: Two Series to Follow (and One to Avoid)

NHL Playoffs: Two Series to Follow (and One to Avoid)

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04/16/2017

For people who don’t watch a lot of regular season hockey (which is just about everyone), the Stanley Cup Playoffs can look like nothing more than a bunch of long-haired, toothless dudes knocking into each other during the commercial breaks of the NBA playoffs. While this isn’t an entirely inaccurate description, playoff hockey is an…

Questions for the Vegas Golden Knights

Questions for the Vegas Golden Knights

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12/06/2016

On Nov. 22, it was officially announced that the National Hockey League’s new Las Vegas team, scheduled to first take the ice in the fall of 2017, will be known as the Vegas Golden Knights. The team’s name and logo were officially revealed by a group featuring NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, team owner Bill Foley,…

World Cup of Hockey Preview

World Cup of Hockey Preview

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09/14/2016

Hockey fans will see their favorite players return to the ice a little earlier than usual this year. On September 17th, the puck is slated to drop in Toronto for the newest edition of the World Cup of Hockey–an international tournament which includes some of the premier stars of the NHL. The history of this…

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