6:23 PM EDT, Sat September 26, 2020
Blackhawk Up 4 hours ago

Blackhawks: Trading Up For Connor Zary Is A Must

The Chicago Blackhawks have a chance to grab a solid player for the future in the 2020 NHL Draft. That player needs to be Connor Zary. The Chicago Blackhawks have a good chance to select a franchise-changing player in the 2020 NHL draft. Whether it’s a forward, a defenseman, or a goalie, their first-round pick […] Blackhawks: Trading Up For Connor Zary Is A Must - Blackhawk Up - Blackhawk Up - A Chicago Blackhawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Hockey Writers 4 hours ago

Sedins’ Hall of Fame Credentials

Originally published in 2018 Brian Burke pulled off one of the most important deals in National Hockey League history when he wheeled and dealed at the 1999 NHL Draft, landing both Daniel and Henrik Sedin with the Vancouver Canucks. In the decades that followed, the Sedins did something equally impressive: they lived up to their […] The post Sedins’ Hall of Fame Credentials appeared first on The Hockey Writers.       
Puck Prose 4 hours ago

NHL Trade Rumors: 3 teams who should trade for Kyle Palmieri

According to the latest NHL trade rumors, Kyle Palmieri could be on the trade market. Here are the three best fits for the gifted wing. One of the hottest names in the latest NHL trade rumors is New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri. He’s coming off a very solid season, during which he scored 25 […] NHL Trade Rumors: 3 teams who should trade for Kyle Palmieri - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
CBC News 4 hours ago
'Black Aces' in bubble have toughest job in NHL playoffs, Lightning's Jon Cooper says

'Black Aces' in bubble have toughest job in NHL playoffs, Lightning's Jon Cooper says

Joel Kiviranta scored the series-clinching goal in overtime in his playoff debut in the second round of this NHL post-season, while Dallas Stars teammate Nick Caamano debuted in the Stanley Cup final. They're part of the taxi squad of extras called the "Black Aces."
Last Word on Hockey 4 hours ago

Anton Lundell Should Be a Consensus Top-10 Pick

Anton Lundell should be a top-10 consensus pick. That’s it. That’s the article. It boggles my mind how Lundell could possibly slide out of the top-10 regardless of how strong the draft is. He’s one of the most well-rounded prospects in the draft, already plays against men, and, being one of the oldest prospects, he’s […] The post Anton Lundell Should Be a Consensus Top-10 Pick appeared first on Last Word on Hockey.
Sportsnet.ca 4 hours ago
Stanley Cup Game 5 pre

Stanley Cup Game 5 pre

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Sportsnet.ca 4 hours ago
Stamkos remains out of Lightning lineup for Game 5 vs. Stars

Stamkos remains out of Lightning lineup for Game 5 vs. Stars

The Tampa Bay Lightning could win the Stanley Cup on Saturday night with a Game 5 victory over the Dallas Stars, but they’ll have to do it without Steven Stamkos. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca 4 hours ago
Analyzing Lightning’s top candidates for Conn Smythe Trophy

Analyzing Lightning’s top candidates for Conn Smythe Trophy

If the Tampa Bay Lightning close the deal in the second half of a back-to-back, who gets the Conn Smythe Trophy? Here is a look at the team’s top three candidates and who has the edge. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca 5 hours ago
Johnson knows Lightning are strengthened by many different runs in past

Johnson knows Lightning are strengthened by many different runs in past

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Tyler Johnson spoke about what it means to be back in the Stanley Cup Final with a chance to clinch the trophy after being apart of several different runs in the past. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca 5 hours ago
Lightning have chance to clinch, but will be without Stamkos for Game 5

Lightning have chance to clinch, but will be without Stamkos for Game 5

If the Tampa Bay Lightning win the Stanley Cup tonight, they’ll have to do it without captain Steven Stamkos, according to head coach Jon Cooper. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Editor In Leaf 5 hours ago

NHL Even-Up Penalty Policy Is Destroying the Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs are an offensive power-house. Under Mike Babock, many felt that the Toronto Maple Leafs didn’t make use of the talent on their roster enough.  Once Sheldon Keefe took over, however, they seemed to play a style that better fit their roster. Under Keefe, there were 8th overall despite playing half their […] NHL Even-Up Penalty Policy Is Destroying the Toronto Maple Leafs - Editor In Leaf - Editor In Leaf - A Toronto Maple Leafs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Blackhawk Up 5 hours ago

The NHL Draft Is Going To Be Very Important For The Blackhawks Future

The Chicago Blackhawks have a lot of talent on their roster, but they need to continue to build the depth pieces around their stars in Kirby Dach and Adam Boqvist. Building a championship team takes time. The amazing thing when it comes to the Blackhawks is they can start building that future championship team right […] The NHL Draft Is Going To Be Very Important For The Blackhawks Future - Blackhawk Up - Blackhawk Up - A Chicago Blackhawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize 5 hours ago
Petry’s new deal is a signal to other players that Montreal hopes to contend

Petry’s new deal is a signal to other players that Montreal hopes to contend

Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/NHLI via Good term, good money, and defensive security highlight Bergevin’s latest move, but it serves a purpose beyond just getting a key player signed. While not heavily discussed, there was always the looming cloud of Jeff Petry’s impending free-agent status and contract negotiations after the upcoming season. Marc Bergevin headed off a season’s worth of trade questions by locking down his top defenceman to a four-year, $6.25 million deal on Thursday afternoon. The deal also includes a 15 team no-trade clause and a full no-move clause, while also...
A Winning Habit 5 hours ago

Montreal Canadiens: Jeff Petry Contract a Bargain Compared to Similar Players

The Montreal Canadiens re-signed Jeff Petry. When looking around the league, Petry’s contract looks like a bargain. The Montreal Canadiens have a lot of contracts to sort out before the end of next season. Their entire first line of Tomas Tatar, Brendan Gallagher and Phillip Danault are scheduled to be unrestricted free agents following the […] Montreal Canadiens: Jeff Petry Contract a Bargain Compared to Similar Players - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Second City Hockey 5 hours ago
Blackhawks’ No. 17 pick in 2020 NHL Draft: Making case for Seth Jarvis

Blackhawks’ No. 17 pick in 2020 NHL Draft: Making case for Seth Jarvis

Seth Jarvis of the Portland Winterhawks warms up before a WHL game against the Kelowna Rockets | Photo by Marissa Baecker/ The Canadian forward is aggressive offensively and knows how to score goals. The Second City Hockey staff will profile 10 players leading up to the 2020 NHL Draft, which will start Oct. 6, the Blackhawks could have the opportunity to select at No. 17 overall. Seth Jarvis seems to be good at everything. The Portland Winterhawks forward excelled in the Western Hockey League with the second-best points per game mark (1.69) and the second-most points (98) this past...

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