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Sean Behrens Has a Lot of Tools Heading into the NHL Draft

Sean Behrens is a 5-10, 176-pound defenseman who can do a lot of things out on the ice. If teams focus on what he can do, he’s a sure-fire, second-round pick, and maybe a late first. When you couple in the fact that he’s committed to the University of Denver,

What The Flyers Should Do in the Expansion Draft and the 2021 NHL Draft

Now that my final draft list is out and with the expansion draft coming up, I thought I would talk about what I think the Flyers should do in both instances. As far as expansion, Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher talked about what he did in Minnesota with the Vegas Golden

2021 NHL Draft – – My Top 32 – – Version 4.0

1. Owen Power – Defense – Michigan - NCAA 2. Matty Beniers – Center – Michigan - NCAA 3. William Eklund - Left Wing – Djurgarden - SHL 4. Dylan Guenther – Right Wing - Edmonton – WHL 5. Luke Hughes – Defense – USA U-18 – NTDP 6. Simon Edvinsson – Defense - Frolunda

Steven Stamkos – – A Born Leader

Going back to 2008, when Steven Stamkos was picked first overall, the Tampa Bay Lightning had new hope. Their 2004 Stanley Cup run was in the rearview mirror, and a new player was selected. Was he selected to lead them? Probably, he’s always had those capabilities. “You knew once we got

Habs Mistakes Cost Them Dearly

The Canadiens had perhaps their worst start of the playoffs in this Game 3 but two things prevented it from being an unmitigated disaster, the timely timeout taken by Ducharme and the unwavering support of the crowd. Unlike in Vegas when the Habs took the lead over the locals, the Bell Centre crowd only got louder, chanting Price's name and letting him know they believed in him before launching into a "Go Habs Go" for the ages. Montreal finished the

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