Which Former Islander Won The 2000 Beanpot MVP?

This year’s Beanpot title will be decided Monday night (weather permitting) at TD Garden, offering the latest chance for someone to etch their names into the tournament’s impressive record books. One of the most prestigious awards on the Boston college hockey scene is the Beanpot MVP. The award often times serves as a look of what’s to come for NHL prospects. In just the last...
February 07, 2015  |  Discuss

The best and worst Coyotes free-agent signings

With Mike Ribeiro's buyout stunning the NHL world on Friday, we decided to take a look back at the best and worst free-agent signings in Coyotes history.  While GM Don Maloney takes the collar for the worst of the worst, his overall track record is good, as you will see below. The same can't be said for his predecessor, Mike Barnett, who is responsible for three of the worst and...
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June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Playoff Hockey Starts Tonight For Boston

The Bruins look to start their return to the Stanley Cup Finals with the opening game of their first round series against the Detroit Red Wings tonight at TD Garden. This will be the first meeting in the playoffs between these two original six franchises since 1957. Prior to that, these teams were regular postseason opponents. Red Wings, Bruins rekindle playoff rivalry that blazed...
Via Boston Sports Media Watch
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Flyers Five: Best deadline trades

The Flyers traded for Braydon Coburn at the 2007 deadline, and he's become a mainstay on the defensive corps for eight seasons. But where does he rank amongst the Orange and Black's top acquisitions at the deadline? (Photo Courtesy of Today marks one of the most exciting days on any NHL fan's calendar -- trade deadline day. This year's deadline has already seen...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

History Shows Making Move At NHL Trade Deadline Helps Stanley Cup Pursuit

The NHL trade deadline is often a difficult time to make deals because price tags on rental players are usually sky-high. Teams also are reluctant to give up young players and draft picks for veterans who could leave in the offseason as unrestricted free agents. With that said, many Stanley Cup champions over the last 25 years made moves at the deadline that had a meaningful impact...
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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