Found July 25, 2013 on
Were it not for a freakish injury that occurred during the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs , the Minnesota Wild would likely have parted ways with grossly overpaid, under-producing winger Dany Heatley. Before the injury occurred, there was talk around the NHL that the Wild would have used one of its amnesty buyouts on the final year of Heatley's $7.5 million contract for the 2013. However, somethi...
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From the NHLPA:
MINNESOTA WILD GOALTENDER JOSH HARDING LAUNCHES HARDING’s HOPE CHARITY FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
-The goal is to raise awareness and funds in support of people living with MS-MINNESOTA (July 26, 2013) – Awareness and support are the two driving forces behind the launch of Harding’s Hope, a public charity established by Josh Harding, Minnesota Wild goaltender...
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Nino Niederreiter, the fifth overall pick in the 2010 NHL draft, was once looked at as one of the top prospects in the Islanders system. Niederreiter, looked like he had the potential to be the big power forward that would complete the top line along...
Bure(ing) the past
The memory of Canucks fans is apparently pretty short.
There seemed to be rejoicing in Canucks Nation after the team announced the retirement of Pavel Bure’s #10 sweater.
Numbers don’t lie and Bure put up some incredible stats during his time in Vancouver. He still holds the team record for most goals in a single season, is the only Canuck to ever win the Calder...