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Is Brady Tkachuk Battling For the Calder?

Brady Tkachuk loves hockey. Hockey brings his joy and that joy is passed on to his teammates on and off the ice. You can tell, even as a rookie, that he’s one of the most popular players on the team. Even if he was a mucker and grinder, he’d still

ECAC Player Notes

Here are some player notes from players who don’t get a lot of press. Princeton Christian O’Neill– 5-11, 175 – LW - Freshman –He’s strong around the net. On the second line. He moves the puck up quickly into the offensive zone up the wall. He has good communication with his teammates

He Finally Has His Place in the Hall

Canada’s past is full of heroes. Sure, we have our superstars. Bobby Orr and Gordie Howe and Wayne Gretzky. Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid. Celine Dion and Bryan Adams and Michael Buble. Drake. But we are a nation more known by its unsung heroes. We are thinking of those heroes this

Who Will Be The Philadelphia Flyers Goalie In 2019?

The Philadelphia Flyers will give Brian Elliott another shot at holding down the starting goalie position in 2018-19. History hasn’t been kind to Flyers goaltending since Bernie Parent and the Broad Street Bullies won a pair of cups in 1974 and 1975. Sites which offer NHL betting lines show Philadelphia

Future Stars USHL Edition

Here are some younger players to watch: Danil Gushchin – 5-9, 161 – Muskegon - He’s a 2002 birthdate. This Russian has speed, feistiness on defense, enough to play the PK. He had a goal and an assist in one period but has been solid every time I’ve seen him. Sean Farrell

2018 USHL Fall Classic Day 1 Observations

I spent all morning on the road and the rest of the day and night at the rink. I saw some great games that featured some talented players. This is the start of their regular season so keep that in mind. The first three are goalies. Wouter Peeters – 6-4, 205

2018 Flyers Rookie Camp Observations

David Kase – 5-10, 170 – RW – I’ve always liked his stickhandling ability, but he’s gotten faster. Add that to his already tricky arsenal and now you have a much-improved prospect. He played well in the SHL last season. He’s probably Phantoms bound but it’s not impossible that he

Suzuki Puts Montreal in Reset Mode

The Montreal Canadiens traded their captain, Max Pacioretty to the Las Vegas Golden Knights for Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki, and a second-round pick. They now picked up another center to play with Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Jonathan Drouin. Like Kotkaniemi, I would let Suzuki go back to junior hockey for one more

Team USA Can Count on the Hughes Brothers

Brother combinations in sports can be magical. A few hockey notables were Bill and Bun Cook, Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Peter, Anton and Marian Stastny, Bobby and Dennis Hull, Phil and Tony Esposito, Henri and Maurice Richard; they all played together at some point in their careers. The World Junior

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