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QUINTON HOWDEN RUMORS

Lightning Select Center Brett Howden With 27th Pick

Despite all the rumors about Ben Bishop getting traded, it didn’t happen. GM Steve Yzerman said they weren’t close on a deal. So the bolts kept their first round pick and selected  Moose Jaw’s, 18 year old, 6’2″, 190 pound two-way center Brett Howden  with the 27th pick. Howden is a former teammate of Lightning prospect Brayden Point. Here is the 411 on Howden from...
Via Lightning Shout
June 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Panthers prospects to watch in the Calder Cup playoffs

Although the Panthers did not make the playoffs this year, many of their young assets will play postseason hockey with the AHL-affiliate San Antonio Rampage, who are competing in the Calder Cup playoffs. Florida fans will recognize a familiar face in Alexander Petrovic, who played in 33 games for the Cats this season, but three other players to keep an eye on are less recognizable...
Via FOX Sports
April 22, 2015  |  Discuss
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