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Cole Caufield, Still Smiling, Still Scoring

Some players are just natural goal scorers. Alex DeBrincat was someone who I thought was one of them. He did it at every level, but he had his detractors because of his size and low and behold he has 69 goals in his first two seasons for the Blackhawks. I

Trades Dominated Day Two of the 2019 NHL Draft

Vancouver - - It was a whirlwind day two at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft that was headlined by a couple of big trades. Before the first pick was made, it was rumored that PK Subban was on the move but the destination was unknown. It was later revealed that a

NTDP is still Dominating

Vancouver - - The 2019 NHL Entry Draft was full of surprises on the draft board but the one thing that many people expected was the players from the US National Team Development Program dominating the first round. It started with the expected first overall, Jack Hughes, going to the New

2019 NHL Draft My Top 31 Version 3.0

Here's a note on how I go about ranking draft-eligible players. I think the eye test is the best and most effective way. On television, you're not being shown everything. You miss a lot behind the play. I can't be everywhere but I take good notes and will update them

2019 NHL Draft My Top 31 Version 2.0

Jack Hughes – 5-10, 179 – C – NTDP (pictured on left) Kaapo Kakko – 6-2, 190 – RW – TPS Alex Turcotte – 5-11 -186 – C – NTDP Vasily Podkolzin 6-1, 196 – RW – KHL Bowen Byram – 6-1, 195 – D – WHL Cole Caufield

Hockey Talk on a Monday Morning

Here's the latest on the Edmonton Oilers and Philadelphia Flyers: Check out Stick to the Hockey Podcast with a great interview with Flyers center Sean Couturier and NHL Playoffs Talk as well as a report on 2019 NHL Draft star, Cole Caufield. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stick-2-hockey-podcast-episode-47-interview-sean-couturier/id1252688550?i=1000437085873 One more spot on Sirius XM talking about exceptional status,

2019 NHL Draft My Top 31 Version 1.0

Here's my first list. This is where I’m at so far. These are rankings. This is not a mock draft. This list will change between now and June. Jack Hughes – 5-10, 179 - C - NTDP (pictured on left) Kaapo Kakko – 6-2, 190 - RW - TPS Alex

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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