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Sidney Crosby: Is Sid The Kid The NHL’s MVP?

Many consider Sid the Kid a shoe-in for this year's MVP.

Sidney Crosby. Write it down. Sid the Kid is your NHL MVP for the 2013-2014 NHL season, boys and girls. The only thing that remains between now and Crosby receiving his second Hart Trophy is the time between now and the ceremony in Las Vegas on June 24 – because there certainly isn’t much (if… Read more »

Red Wings Playoff Streak Extended To 23 By Taking Pens To OT

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The Red Wings’ playoff streak is extended to 23 years! That’s the longest active streak in any of the four major North American sports – ice hockey, football, basketball and baseball. Red Wings and playoff hockey…they’re so closely related that several of the Red Wings players – especially those that have been called up from… Read more »

Kris Letang Returns To Pittsburgh Penguins Line Up

Kris Letang celebrates a goal

Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Kris Letang will return to the line up tonight, just ten short weeks after he suffered a stroke. The 26-year-old was cleared to play for the first time since January 27, when he had the stroke after feeling dizzy and nauseous. While the cause of the stroke was never pinpointed, doctors did… Read more »

Watch Red Wings Vs Sabres Streaming Online Live

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Red Wings vs Sabres. The Buffalo Sabres are currently in dead last in the Atlantic Division and have taken a serious look at the possibility of a playoff spot since well before New Year. In fact, they are hands down the worst team in hockey this year. Even if they were to win out, there… Read more »

Philadelphia Flyers: Clutch Time

The Philadelphia Flyers are defining "Clutch".

The Philadelphia Flyers had a chance today to leap frog the New York Rangers to take over second place in the Metropolitan Division. All they needed was a win in a Sunday matinee in Philadelphia. The only down side was their opponent…the Atlantic Division leading Boston Bruins. The Bruins have not only nailed down a… Read more »

Buffalo Sabres Welcome Dominik Hasek Home

The Dominator in all his glory

The Buffalo Sabres have announced plans to honor Dominik Hasek, the Hart and Vezina winning goaltender that led the Sabres to the Stanley Cup Finals in the 1998-99 season. The Sabres inducted Hasek into their Hall of Fame game prior to their game against the Tampa Bay Lightening, and announced that Hasek’s jersey, number 39,… Read more »

Philadelphia Flyers-New York Rangers: Rivals Or Blood Feud?

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The New York Rangers host the Philadelphia Flyers tonight. The game is being broadcast on NBCSports Network as part of the Wednesday Night Rivals series. To say that the Flyers and Rangers are rivals is putting it quite mildly; these two teams crossed from a rivalry to a blood feud a long time ago. The… Read more »

Boston Bruins Win Streak Ends At 12 Thanks To Arch-Rival Montreal

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The Boston Bruins came up one short of matching their longest winning streak since the 1970-71 season, when their arch-rival Montreal Canadiens handed the Bruins their first taste of defeat since the first day of March Monday night at TD Garden in Boston. But it took not only the full 60 minutes but an overtime… Read more »

When You Wish Upon A Shark….A San Jose Shark, That Is

Sam Tageson...San Jose Shark for a night

The San Jose Sharks signed a new player on Tuesday. Most people have an image in their heads of what a hockey player is…tough, mean, missing teeth; if this is your vision of a hockey player, be prepared for the San Jose Sharks to blow that image away. The Sharks added 17-year-old Sam Tageson to… Read more »

Pittsburgh Penguins Blown Out…Shut Down…Shut Out

Flyers Claude Giroux and Penguins Sidney Crosby discuss world peace?

The first game of the Penguins home and home with the Philadelphia Flyers was as good a game as possible….for the Flyers. The Penguins were manhandled, and lost 4-0. The points were meaningless for the Penguins, and it showed. Stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, defended by Claude Giroux and Sean Couturier, had only three… Read more »

Islanders Fans To Protest: Give Us Back Our Team!

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Hockey is having a bad day…first, fans of the Idaho Steelheads filed a suit over beer prices, and now, New York Islanders fans are planning a protest during Saturday’s game against the Buffalo Sabres. The reasons behind the protest are listed as follows on Isles Nation : We are protesting the inept Isles organization and… Read more »

Cardiac Event Ends Rich Peverley’s Season, May End His Career

The Dallas Stars players react to Rich Peverley's collapse.

Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley is done for the season, and may be forced to hang up the skates for good. Peverley, who collapsed during the Stars-Blue Jacket game Monday night, appeared at a press conference at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, thanking the medical staff that saved his life: “I’d like to thank… Read more »

Will The Flyers Give Kimmo Timonen The Finnish He Deserves?

Philadelphia Flyer Kimmo Timonen celebrates the Finnish Hockey Team's Bronze Medal win

Kimmo Timonen has been playing coy about next season; he has hinted that he will not return, but has also dropped a few hints about coming back. The Finnish defenseman, who has been a key component in the Flyers resurgence this season, was openly disgusted by the Flyers performance last season. He is very vocal… Read more »

As The Buffalo Sabres Turn….

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The Buffalo Sabres just can’t seem to win for losing these days. Ryan Miller, who had been begging to be traded for years, was finally moved to the St. Louis Blues prior to the trade deadline. It has to sting that Miller’s record with the Blues is 4-0, considering that the Sabres have only nineteen… Read more »

Detroit Red Wings: Will Hockeytown’s Streak End?

The Detroit Red Wings celebrate winning the 2008 Stanley Cup

The Detroit Red Wings lost to the New York Rangers, 3-0 today, in a battle of teams fighting for playoff spots. In the realigned NHL, Gary Bettman has moved the Red Wings into the Atlantic Division of the Eastern conference. At puck drop, the Red Wings were in fifth place in the Atlantic Division, and… Read more »

Wayne Gretzky’s Record Broken…Wait…Paulina’s Dad Played Hockey?

Wayne Gretzky celebrates winning the 1985 Stanley Cup

Eighteen year old Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon broke one of Wayne Gretzky’s many NHL records earlier this week (the longest consecutive games point streak for an 18-year-old in NHL history). MacKinnon, born in 1995, was little more than a toddler when Gretzky retired from the NHL in 1999. Most of MacKinnon’s teenage contemporaries only… Read more »