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How Owen Power and Jake Sanderson Lead Their Teams in Different Ways

This article was inspired by a tweet from Shawn Simpson. This is the kind of excitement that the 2022 World Junior Championship is bringing, and it’s early. https://twitter.com/TSNSimmer/status/1475279011710480386 Having seen both players and how they interact with their teams. Here’s what I have to say about this.  First off, hat trick aside, and

Connor Kurth Hopes A Big Season Gets Him Drafted

Connor Kurth is a right wing who is in the midst of his second season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints. He scored 41 points in 52 games last season, and in 2021-22 his scoring has been elevated. His 27 points and 13 goals in 20 games will obliterate what he

Prospect Notes From Princeton vs. Clarkson

Princeton and Clarkson played a Saturday Night game. Clarkson has six NHL drafted players. Here are a few who stood out in this game. Clarkson Aidan Porter – Goalie – Nashville Predators – Sophomore - He fills a lot of net with his 6-3 frame. He has a solid glove hand and

Voices of the NHL Book Review

The first thing that should stand out to the readers of Voices of the NHL is there is a representation for every team in the NHL pre-Seattle Kraken. That’s a hard task to make that happen, so I applaud the author, Matthew Blittner for that to start. I immediately turned to

Wisdom Can Boost His Draft Stock with a Solid Season

Zaccharya Wisdom currently plays for the Cedar Rapids Roughriders in the USHL. He turns 18 in April and therefore is 2022 NHL Draft Eligible. At 6-1, 166 pounds he is a work in progress to get the necessary strength to turn pro someday. As of now, this forward has a

Riley Sheahan Got Kraken with His Potential Post Hockey Career

‘Speak Your Mind’, created by Seattle Kraken center, Riley Sheahan in association with TorchPro, a sports media company dedicated to helping athletes build their personal brands, and will be centered around topics relating to mental health. Sheahan put all of this together before he signed with the newest NHL franchise located

Carter Hart Is Still a Developing Goalie

Goaltenders are different. They have different personalities than most hockey players and their development curve is different. Nobody has had to develop goalies in a bubble or during a pandemic before, so there was no blueprint for that. Hart wasn’t at his best last season, but he’s still only 22

BioSteel Is Moving Up The Sports Drink Ladder

BioSteel is a sports drink that isn’t bad for you. It doesn’t have a lot of sugar, and it has electrolytes, and it’s low in calories because it uses stevia and there’s no caffeine. The flavors are good. The powder is solid, but the single-serve versions that have a cap made

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