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Rick Bowness May Be the Best Coach in the Bubble

Rick Bowness has done a great job coaching the Dallas Stars since taking over for Jim Montgomery on December 10th. That record aside (pre-bubble records don’t mean much to me right now), this has more to do with the feel for his team and how much respect his players have

The 2020 Calder Finalists Are A Special Group

Dominik Kubalik (Chicago Blackhawks), Cale Makar (Colorado Avalanche), and Quinn Hughes (Vancouver Canucks). All of these players had fantastic seasons, and all are deserving of winning the award but only one can do it. Kubalik’s brother, Thomas, played briefly in the NHL with the Columbus Blue Jackets. He is over the

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

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYERS’ ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE REACH TENTATIVE AGREEMENT ON RETURN TO PLAY PLAN, CBA EXTENSION; SET DATES FOR RESUMPTION OF PLAY

NEW YORK/TORONTO (July 6, 2020) – The National Hockey League (NHL) and National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) have reached a tentative agreement on a Return to Play Plan and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that adds an additional four years to the term of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement and

Anton Lundell’s Game Has Few Flaws

Some prospects are known as the best scorers in the draft and others are known for their playmaking. Anton Lundell has that combination making him a top prospect and a very safe pick in the upcoming 2020 NHL Draft. “We had a really good season. I did improve my game,” Lundell

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