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The Capitals Slay The Penguins to Advance

Ted Leonsis talks about reaching the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time as team owner: https://soundcloud.com/russ-cohen/ted-leonsis-reaches-the-ecf-for-his-first-time Evgeny Kuznetsov talks about scoring the game-winner and more: https://soundcloud.com/russ-cohen/evgeny-kuznetsov-talks-about-the-game-winning-goal The handshake line:

2018 NHL Draft – – My Top 31 – – Version 2.0

These are my rankings. This isn’t a mock draft. If I haven’t seen enough of a player, I don’t put them on my list. This is an early list that will change. Rasmus Dahlin – D –  (photo above) Frolunda – SHL Brady Tkachuk – LW – Boston University –

A Fantastic Trio of Hockey Books

SI has three great hockey books on the market. The first is very intriguing called “Hockey Then to Wow”. It’s a hardcover gem that has some great photos and almost an infographic look at the games equipment, including skates and goalie masks. It delves into personalities in coaching, the enforcers and

Thoughts on the 2018 Frozen Four

The 2018 Frozen Four will take place in St. Paul Minnesota April 5-7th. Minnesota Duluth will play Ohio State in the semifinals on ESPN2, coverage starts at 5PM et on the 5th. Michigan takes on Notre Dame that evening at 8:30PM et on ESPN 2. The final game will be

Curling is On The Rise in the United States

Before the Olympics curling was an afterthought in the United States. We all knew it existed. Our Canadian friends talked about it regularly and so many countries enjoyed it more than we did. Team Shuster beating Canada twice and eventually defeating Sweden for the gold medal seemed to change that. “When

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