Month: June 2022

It was five years ago that former Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin shocked the hockey world and traded fan-favorite defenseman P.K. Subban to the Nashville Predators in exchange for Shea Weber. The trade immediately split the Canadiens fanbase into two sides: one that despised the trade, the other that loved it. On the one
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8:00 AM ET Cale Makar can occasionally make your jaw drop off the ice, too. The Colorado Avalanche defenseman attended the Stanley Cup Final media day recently when he was asked about the matchup with the Tampa Bay Lightning, a team seeking a three-peat. “Obviously, they’re a team that’s looking to become a dynasty, and
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Emily Engel-Natzke was promoted to video coordinator by the Washington Capitals on Thursday, making her the first woman to be a full-time coach in the NHL. Engel-Natzke worked the past two seasons as video coach with the Capitals’ American Hockey League affiliate in Hershey, where she was the organization’s first woman coach. “It’s really exciting,”
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With the Colorado Avalanche defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final, the 2022 NHL Playoffs officially draw to a close. Although several players enjoyed breakout postseason campaigns, just as many fell short of heightened expectations stemming from exceptional regular-season showings. From stunted offensive juggernauts to suddenly mortal netminders, let’s dig into five
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