Month: April 2022

We’ve reached the goal line. The 198th and final day of the American Hockey League’s 2021-22 regular season will feature nine games, and the final pieces of the Calder Cup Playoff puzzle are ready to fall into place. Saturday’s complete AHL Playoff Primer is here, and there is plenty still at stake after six and
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At 35 years old, Dustin Byfuglien was an NHL defenseman for well over a decade. He has played for the Winnipeg Jets, Chicago Blackhawks, and the Atlanta Thrashers (who became the Jets). It’s hard to overlook the significance of his presence given his size, grit, and skill. His role in the Blackhawks’ 2010 Stanley Cup
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In this edition of Los Angeles Kings News & Rumors, I’ll be discussing Mikey Anderson being recognized as one of the best shutdown defensemen in the league by The Athletic, the Kings ending the regular season with 99 points and Dustin Brown‘s last regular-season game with the team. Mikey Anderson’s Shutdown Ability The Kings have
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Like any other NHL franchise, the St. Louis Blues have made plenty of good trades, and plenty of bad trades. The recent trade history for the Blues has been very good, and was a key factor in their success last season. Let’s discuss their three best and worst trades in franchise history. Blues’ Worst Trades
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The New York Rangers came out of Tuesday’s loss to the Carolina Hurricanes a little banged up. Artemi Panarin and Andrew Copp didn’t play in Wednesday’s game against former Ranger Marty St. Louis‘ Montreal Canadiens. However, neither injury appears to be serious. Chris Kreider received special honors on two nights, and president and general manager
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