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Three Young Flyers Who Improved A Lot In Training Camp

  Joel Farabee – We can talk about the weight gain and his added strength but his confidence is even higher than it was in the playoffs last season. There were times last season before the Covid-19 stoppage where he was just surviving. He’s now thriving and I’m expecting a

Pavel Datsyuk Burning up the KHL plus 2020 NHL Draft Update

Even at the age of 42, Pavel Datsyuk is still sprinkling stardust over the league. Avtomobilist’s captain potted two goals and an assist in Sunday’s 3-1 victory over Traktor, placing him second on KHL’s scoreboard with 18 (5+13) points in 15 games this season. The only man ahead of him is also one

Zion Nybeck Has Some 2020 NHL Draft Intrigue

Zion Nybeck plays for HV71 in the SHL. He just signed a contract through 2023. So, the team that drafts him knows that he will be developed overseas. Nybeck feels like a late second-rounder. Some won’t like the risk of his size, since he’s only 5-8, but he has some other

2020 NHL Draft My Top 31 Version 6.0 – Final Rankings

Here is version 6.0 of my rankings. This is my final. If I haven’t seen a player enough, I don’t rank him regardless of what others may have. This is not a mock draft. That will come after the Conference Finals are over. My Top 31 Version 6.0 – Final Rankings

The New York Rangers Will Draft Alexis Lafreniere

New York Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton doesn’t have to say he’s drafting him. He’s playing it cool. He’s not going to make it known for a while. That’s fine. At the end of the day, Alexis Lafreniere is the player they’re drafting. As with most teams they did a

National Hockey League Players’ Association, National Hockey League Ratify Four-Year CBA Extension and Return To Play Plan

NEW YORK – TORONTO (July 10, 2020) – Following a 142-day pause, the National Hockey League will drop the puck with a five-game schedule of Stanley Cup Qualifiers on Saturday, Aug. 1, as the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and NHL ratified a four-year extension to the Collective Bargaining Agreement (through