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Flyers’ Madsen Could Take Harvard All The Way

Providence - -The constant at Harvard University is head coach, Ted Donato. He was a solid NHL player and he’s been guiding the ship since 2004. Jimmy Vesey aside, this team still has Alex Kerfoot (Devils), Ryan Donato (Ted’s son), and goalie Merrick Madsen (Flyers) to name a few. It’s

How Corsi Ratings Help Win Your NHL Bets

Analytics aren’t new to hockey but the debate over their importance still rages on, even though the quantitative evidence is front and center for everyone to see. The Toronto Maple Leafs, long resistant to the analytics wave, embraced it once Brendan Shanahan took over as team president and this season

Princeton Advances to Play Union – Here Are Some Players Who Stood Out

Princeton - - In a thrilling three-game series at Baker Rink, here are some players I really liked. Princeton – Eric Robinson – Junior – 6-2, 200 – LW – He skates well and enters the zone quickly. Sometimes to fire off a hard wrist shot and other times looking to make

Trade Deadline Rumors Still Swirling Around the Avalanche

Philadelphia - - While the Philadelphia Flyers picked up an easy two points tonight blanking the Colorado Avalanche 4-0. The Avs didn’t play a good game at all. Trade rumors are still following this team and they will until the end of the trade deadline tomorrow. Colorado coach, Jared Bednar has

CHL’s Top Prospects Perform in Sport Testing Combine

Quebec City, QC – 40 of the CHL’s top prospects eligible for the 2017 NHL Draft were put to the test on Sunday at Centre Videotron one day before Team Cherry and Team Orr face-off at the 2017 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. Players seized the opportunity to showcase their individual