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As the All-Star Break approaches, the St. Louis Blues are in a stretch of form that has many fans finally convinced that a rebuild or at least a short-term retool that involves trading Vladimir Tarasenko and Ryan O’Reilly is the best path forward. They’ve lost four in a row, three against non-playoff teams, highlighted (if
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Jim Benning has been the general manager of the Vancouver Canucks since May 23, 2014. During his time as GM, he has made questionable signings, free agents, and waiver placements. Today, we dive into his trade history to determine the five worst trades of the Benning era. Honorable Mentions Linus Karlsson for Jonathan Dahlén Ryan
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About the FIH Set up in 1924, the FIH is recognised by the International Olympic Committee, as well as by the FIH’s Members and the Continental Federations, as the sole ultimate governing body for the sport of Hockey throughout the world. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fihockey Twitter: https://twitter.com/FIH_Hockey Instagram: https://instagram.com/fihockey/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/fihockey Website: http://fih.ch/
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The Bo Horvat rumor mill was already churning before Andrei Kuzmenko signed his two-year extension with the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday (Jan. 26). Now, it’s in overdrive with reports of at least seven teams with varying levels of interest. Those teams are the Boston Bruins, Colorado Avalanche, Carolina Hurricanes, Seattle Kraken, Detroit Red Wings, Minnesota
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Columbus Blue Jackets (15-30-3, eighth in the Metropolitan Division) vs. Seattle Kraken (28-14-5, second in the Pacific Division) Seattle; Saturday, 10 p.m. EST FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK NHL LINE: Kraken -270, Blue Jackets +218; over/under is 6.5 BOTTOM LINE: The Columbus Blue Jackets visit the Seattle Kraken after Kirill Marchenko’s two-goal game against the Vancouver Canucks in
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The Calgary Flames rebounded from one of their ugliest losses of the season and picked up an important two points in the Pacific Division before starting the all-star break. Elias Lindholm and Blake Coleman each had a goal and two assists, and the Flames topped the Kraken 5-2 on Friday night in Seattle. Calgary bounced back
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