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Evander Kane On The Move?

23rd
Nov. × ’13

The rumors surrounding Evander Kane have been higher hip waders for two plus years. There’s his supposed off ice issues. There’s the rift that is said to exist between he and management and or coaches. There’s the fact that fans in 29 cities not named Winnipeg that are home to NHL franchises would love to […]


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Canadiens Need One Thing

11th
Nov. × ’13

The Montreal Canadiens are only lacking one thing to keep them from being a top team in the NHL. They have a goaltender in Carey Price who is more than doing his part. A .929 sv% is more than many teams can hope for from their starter. Doing it in 15 of 18 games, which […]


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One Question: Its November Now

4th
Nov. × ’13

October is over, and with the close of the seasons inaugural month we can finally start to get a handle on which teams are for real and which are just pretenders. Anaheim Ducks: When will they turn one or more of their wealth of goaltenders in future assets or skater to improve them for the […]


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The First Five Games: Montreal Canadiens

1st
Sep. × ’13

The Montreal Canadiens had an impressive regular season edging the Boston Bruins for the division title. Second place in the east was their reward for a job well done. By April the injury bug was already on first name basis with the whole organization. A decimated team went up against the Senators in the first […]


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What We Know: Atlantic Division

8th
Aug. × ’13

Realignment has stirred the pot and the results in this division are curious at best. The big idea is clearly to draw fans into the arenas of all of the NHL’s second and third tier teams. In this case however, six of the teams are sorta close to each other, and the other two are […]


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Win, Lose Or Draw Free Agency Day 1

6th
Jul. × ’13

Some teams do well at of free agency, others are unmitigated disasters. Today we get pretty good ideas as to what teams will look like in the fall, and which teams are going for it now, next year or no time soon. Anaheim Ducks: Win. Today they traded star forward Bobby Ryan to the Senators […]


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What We Know: Deadline Time – Eastern Edition

30th
Mar. × ’13

With the deadline looming, and about a bakers dozen games left for many team, it is time to take a look at what we know about all the teams in the NHL. Pittsburgh: We know Ray Shero likes to make deadline trades, we know health is sorta returning for this team. We also know that […]


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NHL Draft: Montreal Canadiens

7th
Jun. × ’12

The Montreal Canadiens will enter the draft with few desperate needs. They had a horrible season that included chaos in the administration, coaching Non-Francophone-roulette, injuries galore and substandard performances from key players. Realistically though given the previous years performance, the growth of players like Paccioretty and Diaz going nuclear isn’t reasonable. The top need would […]


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Getting Hammered For Nail: NHL Trade Deadline Fallout

2nd
Mar. × ’12

This is the fourth installment of the dive for the first overall pick. Earlier editions can be found at three, two and one. Ain’t no dive like a Montreal dive ’cause a Montreal dive don’t stop The Montreal Canadiens were perhaps the most successful divers around the deadline. They kicked the party off weeks early […]


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