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Viktor Stalberg Back For Game 3

Viktor Stalberg Back For Game 3

John Hartzmark June 17, 2013 Comments Off on Viktor Stalberg Back For Game 3

  BOSTON-The Hawks have made a change to their lineup for Game 3.  Brandon Bollig is out and Viktor Stalberg is in.  Stalberg skated with the fourth line with Michael Frolik and Marcus Krueger

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What To Watch For In Game 3

What To Watch For In Game 3

John Hartzmark June 17, 2013 Comments Off on What To Watch For In Game 3

  The series shifts to Boston with an even series.  Both games have taken extra time, and both games have been won by the thinnest of margins.  Both games have taken overtime, and both

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NHL Awards Part 2

NHL Awards Part 2

John Hartzmark June 15, 2013 Comments Off on NHL Awards Part 2

  CHICAGO-Yesterday the NHL handed some of the awards out yesterday.  Today, prior to Game 2, the NHL handed out the major awards: Vezina Trophy (Best Goalie), Norris Trophy (Best Defenseman), Calder Trophy (Rookie

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New York Rangers Hire Vigneault As Coach

New York Rangers Hire Vigneault As Coach

John Hartzmark June 15, 2013 Comments Off on New York Rangers Hire Vigneault As Coach

  The Rangers have found their man.  After rumors of Mark Messier or Wayne Gretzky being under consideration, the New York Rangers have hired former Vancouver Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault to the same

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Coyotes, Glendale Agree in Principal to New Lease

Coyotes, Glendale Agree in Principal to New Lease

John Hartzmark June 15, 2013 Comments Off on Coyotes, Glendale Agree in Principal to New Lease

One of the major hurdles is closer to being overcome so that the Phoenix Coyotes can stay in Glendale. John Shannon of Sportsnet is reporting that the Phoenix Coyotes have agreed to a new

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NHL Awards Part 1

NHL Awards Part 1

John Hartzmark June 14, 2013 Comments Off on NHL Awards Part 1

The NHL announced some of its awards today, the rest will be announced on NBC Sports before Game 2. The NHL is not having an awards show like they have had in the past,

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Oilers Prospect Missing, Feared Drowned

Oilers Prospect Missing, Feared Drowned

John Hartzmark June 14, 2013 Comments Off on Oilers Prospect Missing, Feared Drowned

Latvian Police say Edmonton Oilers prospect Kristians Peiss has been reported missing and is feared drowned.   Peiss disappeared Tuesday, and local media reported that the 20-year-old jumped off a bridge in central Riga

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Marc Streit Traded To Flyers

Marc Streit Traded To Flyers

John Hartzmark June 12, 2013 Comments Off on Marc Streit Traded To Flyers

Shortly after the Islanders lost Game 7 to the Pittsburgh Penguins, Islanders GM Garth Snow said that hos captain, defenseman Marc Striet would hit the free agent market. Now, the Isles are getting something

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Pittsburgh Signs Bylsma To Extension

Pittsburgh Signs Bylsma To Extension

John Hartzmark June 12, 2013 Comments Off on Pittsburgh Signs Bylsma To Extension

In a suprisiong move, the Pittsburgh Penguins sign head coach Dan Bylsma to a two-year contract extension, and extend both of his assistants, it was rumored that owner Mario Lemieux wanted to get rid

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Stanley Cup Finals Preview

Stanley Cup Finals Preview

John Hartzmark June 11, 2013 Comments Off on Stanley Cup Finals Preview

  The Stanley Cup Finals are starting tomorrow.  The Bruins and Hawks have not played since 2011.  Both teams have brought their “A-Game” of late, playing their best hockey right now and this series

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Stars Sign Sergei Gonchar; Spurns KHL

Stars Sign Sergei Gonchar; Spurns KHL

John Hartzmark June 10, 2013 Comments Off on Stars Sign Sergei Gonchar; Spurns KHL

  It looked like veteran Russian D-Man Sergei Gonchar was going back home.  He was set to sign a contract for $10 million to play for Mike Keenan and Metallurg Magnitogorsk.  There was even rumors

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Edmonton Oilers Fire Krueger, Name Eakins New Coach

Edmonton Oilers Fire Krueger, Name Eakins New Coach

John Hartzmark June 10, 2013 Comments Off on Edmonton Oilers Fire Krueger, Name Eakins New Coach

  Edmonton Oilers GM Craig McTavish has had a whirlwind few day.  He recently fired first-year Coach Ron Krueger, most notably known for coaching the Swiss National Team, after one year and a 19-22-7

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Post NHL Combine Mock Draft

Post NHL Combine Mock Draft

John Hartzmark June 10, 2013 Comments Off on Post NHL Combine Mock Draft

  The NHL Combine has ended, same with the Memorial Cup.  Players have made a name for themselves and some have not.  The Draft is still 20 days away.  There are some new names,

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Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

Dave Mitchell June 10, 2013 Comments Off on Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

As we are well aware, according to NBA Superstars it takes a “Superhuman” effort to win a championship. These players leave no stone unturned in alerting everyone they have to reach extraordinary heights in

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Duncan Keith Suspended for Game 4

Duncan Keith Suspended for Game 4

John Hartzmark June 5, 2013 Comments Off on Duncan Keith Suspended for Game 4

  The NHL’s office of player safety announced that Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith has been suspended for one game, Game 4, for his high-sticking of Jeff Carter in Game 3.   The incident

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NHL Mandates Visors For All New Players

NHL Mandates Visors For All New Players

John Hartzmark June 4, 2013 Comments Off on NHL Mandates Visors For All New Players

The NHL and the NHLPA met today and agreed to make visors mandatory for all players who enter the league during the 2013-14 season. This came after the Competition Committee met in Toronto. The

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Blackhawks and Bruins Show Might

Blackhawks and Bruins Show Might

John Hartzmark June 4, 2013 Comments Off on Blackhawks and Bruins Show Might

Four games have been played in the Conference Finals.  The Chicago Blackhawks have held home-ice, while the Boston Bruins have stolen home-ice away from the Pittsburgh Penguins in complete daylight.  Both series are 2-0

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Western Conference Finals Preview: Kings vs. Blackhawks

Western Conference Finals Preview: Kings vs. Blackhawks

John Hartzmark May 30, 2013 Comments Off on Western Conference Finals Preview: Kings vs. Blackhawks

  The Western Conference Finals are now set.  The Chicago Blackhawks became the latest team to come back from a 3-1 sereis deficit to win the series.  The Blackhawks even overcame a disallowed goal

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Rangers Fire John Tortorella

Rangers Fire John Tortorella

John Hartzmark May 29, 2013 Comments Off on Rangers Fire John Tortorella

The New York Rangers announced on their Twitter feed that they have relived head coach John Tortorella of coaching duties. This comes on the heels of their 4-1 series loss to the Boston Bruins

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Eastern Conference Finals Preview: Pens vs. Sens

Eastern Conference Finals Preview: Pens vs. Sens

John Hartzmark May 28, 2013 Comments Off on Eastern Conference Finals Preview: Pens vs. Sens

Reports are saying that the Eastern Conference Finals will start Saturday.  The Penguins are looking more and more like the team to beat, and the Bruins have been playing more like a two seed

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