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Why Your Team Should Want Him: Mark Stone at the Trade Deadline

By mid-February, teams normally know if they are going to be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline. However, this season the divide is much less visible; the bottom half of the western conference is all within a few points of each other. Even the lower tier teams aren’t certain about how they should go […]

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Win Now Has Started: Muzzin Tightens Toronto’s Defense

Since before the season started, NHL media has said that the Toronto Maple Leafs defense is not good enough for the team to be a true cup favorite. That’s a harsh, but accurate statement. The Leafs right side has consistently been a liability for the team, and discussing how to fix it became the most […]

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Anaheim: Desperation Trades?

January 16th was an eventful day for the Anaheim Ducks; three separate trades occurred throughout the evening. This followed Anaheim’s acquisition of Devin Shore from the Dallas Stars in exchange for Andrew Cogliano on the 14th. The Ducks lost 12 games in a row, going from third in the Pacific to being out of a […]

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Lose for Hughes

I love the lead up to the NHL Entry Draft. It’s fun to learn and discover the future of the NHL, but, as much as I love it and find it fascinating, I know that the picks my two favorite teams make are not going to be relevant for another couple years. At least not […]

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Minnesota’s Discovered Forward Depth

Back on December 6th, the Minnesota Wild traveled to Calgary only to be shut out 2-0. Flames winger, Elias Lindholm, scored twice from the right circle, cleanly beating Wild backup goaltender, Alex Stalock. Shutout losses are always disappointing. However the main concern exiting the game was not the team’s on ice performance but the health […]

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