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Sam Morin Worked Hard For His First NHL Goal

Hockey players are among the most resilient humans on earth. They have to overcome adversity constantly and their job is stressful. Sam Morin has been with the Philadelphia Flyers system since they drafted him in 2013.  Sam Morin played 200 games in the “Q” and 177 with the Phantoms in the

Golyshev Heading to Long Island, Pavel Tyutnev Makes His KHL Debut

Long-serving Avtomobilist forward Anatoly Golyshev is leaving Yekaterinburg after eight years. The left-winger terminated his contract with the Motormen and has since inked an entry-level deal with the New York Islanders, who drafted him back in 2016. Golyshev, 26, is the franchise record scorer at Avtomobilist with 109 goals and 220 points

Matty Beniers Rise To The Top of the 2021 NHL Draft

Matty Beniers hasn’t been hiding. He hasn’t come out of nowhere. Nobody is surprised to see him performing at a high level. He’s had an interesting path this season, and through it all, the talented center has continued to see his draft stock rise. Beniers has a great cutting motion in

Russian Heritage Night Is More Than Just a Special Event

A few NHL teams like the Florida Panthers (who had a night with Aleksander Barkov) and the Washington Capitals are hoping to have a night are what is probably just the start of something big. Alex Braverman and CEO Steven Wong are hoping for a lot more as they lead

Outdoor Hockey Games Are My Passion

This is the first year that I or somebody won’t be live, in-person to cover the two outdoor hockey games in Lake Tahoe. I didn’t feel comfortable doing so amid a pandemic, but I will cover it from afar. My unofficial count is 23 dating back to the Heritage Classic

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