Monthly Archives: February 2012

4 Most Fascinating Players of 2011-12

29th
Feb. × ’12

The NHL is such a fascinating thing to observe, every year new stories emerge, new people, different teams to claim the spotlight. Here are the most fascinating players of the year so far. 4: Evgeni Malkin. For years I’ve been of the opinion that Malkin was every bit as talented at Crosby. In the past […]


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NHL Trade Deadline: The Gamblers

28th
Feb. × ’12

Some teams you just can’t tell how the moves will work out. In some cases it is because the player is inexperienced, or going from a really good team to a bottom feeder and the adjust might period might be rocky. In some cases it is a question of the player fitting the system. In […]


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NBC Tips NHL’s Hand On Game Changes

27th
Feb. × ’12

As if deadline day weren’t enough excitement to drain the hockey world of all emotion for everything until the playoffs start, it appears there are changes in order for the way the greatest game on the planet is played. The sharp eyes as the The Black and Blue Blog (@BlackBlueBlog) of the USHL’s Lincoln Stars […]


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NHL Trade Deadline Biggest Winners And Losers

27th
Feb. × ’12

We’ll know when and how much teams won about June 15, and again a few days later on draft day. The biggest impacts from here on should be apparent almost from the word go. Winners: The Nashville Predators have to be considered the biggest winners of the trading season. They added Hal Gill for leadership, […]


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Trade Deadline Midday Update

27th
Feb. × ’12

New York Islanders traded Brian Rolston and Mike Mottau for Yannick Riendeau and Marc Cantin of the Boston Bruins organization. Rolston is 39 with a shot that has concussed two different goalies. Mottau is a defenseman who won the Hobey Backer in 2000.Both have Massachusetts ties as Mottau is a Quincy native, and Rolston wore […]


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NHL Trade Deadline Early Winners

27th
Feb. × ’12

Trades are often a hard thing to gauge, but some just make more sense than others. Going back over the last few weeks there are some teams who have addressed their needs. Philadelphia Flyers. Probably the biggest winners thus far. With all the injuries to the team this season, and all the question marks about […]


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Boston Bruins Recall Bodnarchuk And Sauve

27th
Feb. × ’12

The Boston Bruins recalled Andrew Bodnarchuk. This is his second call up of the season, and he is up over Steve Kampfer for the second time in a row. Bodnarchuk has not yet played a game, but if Corvo is injured from the unsuspended Kyle Turris headshot or Boychuk is down from the hit by […]


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Rattling the Boards: Deadline Countdown Edition

26th
Feb. × ’12

It’s time to for a mad dash across the internet to stay up on what’s new in the hockey universe. The Dallas Stars aren’t buyers or sellers (or in the playoffs) but they at least know who they are. Ben Kuzma Ben Bishop was traded from the St Louis Blues to the Ottawa Senators. Peter […]


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Juke The Journalists: Dean Lombardi

25th
Feb. × ’12

Watching the media is frequently dismaying, you can always be sure that the only peoples words who mean exactly what they they say they mean are the media themselves. Everyone else no matter how simple, transparent or obvious what they’ve said is has their words twisted twelve thousand ways. This makes it so much fun […]


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