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The Most Overlooked Calder Candidate in the NHL

At this moment in time, Brock Boeser would be my pick for the Calder. I mentioned that on air today. https://soundcloud.com/russ-cohen/russ-cohen-on-stellick-and-simmer-talking-wjc-selections-calder-candidates-and-more However, a player who I’ve had to defend, for years, is rapidly getting in the race, his name is Malcom Subban. You remember, that first round goaltender from the 2012

Phantoms – Penguins December 6th Report

In a game where the Phantoms dominated the Penguins. Here are some notes: Penguins: Daniel Sprong – 6-0, 195 – RW - Showed speed on the wing. Missed the net after he was wide open. Needs to get in the flow of the game more. No power play late. Lukas Bengtsson – 5-10,

Hilary Knight Leads the Quest for Olympic Gold

The Winter Olympics start this February 15th and possibly the biggest story will be the 2017-18 USWNT hockey team who are looking to win their first gold medal since their 1998 victory. Cami Granato led the 1998 team and now Knight is one of the leaders of this team along with

Mikko Rantanen Is Reaching His Potential

Mikko Rantanen was drafted 10th overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. A few teams were linked to possibly drafting him but he ended up with the Colorado Avalanche. So far this has been the perfect fit for the talented right winger. Now 21, it turns out that a full season

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