Month: February 2022

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, are the Boston Bruins operating under the assumption that this could be Patrice Bergeron’s final season? Meanwhile, could the Toronto Maple Leafs try to upgrade at forward and/or make a pitch for goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury? The Dallas Stars are talking to Joe Pavelski about an extension and the Columbus Blue
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As if the critical nature of Monday’s emergency meeting by the International Ice Hockey Federation council wasn’t already apparent, Wayne Gretzky did a fine job of defining what’s at stake. Gretzky, a gentleman and hockey’s most prominent torchbearer, has never been one to use his platform to wade into delicate matters. But after seeing three
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NHL icon Wayne Gretzky made his opinion known Saturday night regarding consequences for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine — he believes the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) should ban Russia from the rescheduled world junior men’s hockey championship. With a number of athletes, leagues, organizations and sports having either handed down sanctions or made a push for Russia to be barred
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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Jordan Staal got Carolina on the board with a determined second-period sequence, then the Hurricanes broke it open with two quick third-period goals to beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-0 on Friday night. The Metropolitan Division-leading Hurricanes finished with a season-high 50 shots, leaving netminder Frederik Andersen with a relatively quiet
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📝 by Patrick Williams Ryan Bach’s life resume looks something like this: pro goaltender, goaltending assistant coach, interim head coach, broadcaster, real estate executive, goaltending coach again, and now team president. While Bach’s roles have changed, the Colorado Eagles have been a constant in his life since the team’s 2003 founding. The organization started in
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