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Oilers superfan Stelter dies at age 6

Encouraged team to 'Play La Bamba, baby,' was inspiration during playoff run. Ben Stelter, the Edmonton Oilers superfan who befriended captain Connor McDavid and encouraged them to "Play La Bamba, baby" after each win in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs, has died at the age of 6. Ben's father, Mike...
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Sabres sign Sheahan to 1-year, 2-way contract

The Buffalo Sabres have signed forward Riley Sheahan to a one-year, two-way contract worth $950,000, the team announced Wednesday. Last season with Seattle, the 30-year-old native of St. Catharines, Ontario recorded four goals and 13 assists in 69 games. He ranked second on the Kraken in shorthanded ice time per...
BUFFALO, NY
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World Junior Championship roundup: Bedard, Greig lift Canada past Latvia

Jets forward prospect Torgersson scores twice to help Sweden defeat Switzerland. Wednesday is the second day of the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship, which is being held at Rogers Place in Edmonton. Day 2 games. Canada 5, Latvia 2 -- Connor Bedard, the projected No. 1 pick in the 2023...
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The Brown Bomber returns to Detroit in vibrant new mural

Just yards from where Joe Louis Arena stood in downtown Detroit, the famed boxer now has a new presence. TYP, a multidisciplinary artist born who splits his time between Birmingham and Los Angeles, is nearly finished with a vibrant 60-foot mural of the Brown Bomber in a parking structure on Jefferson Avenue just north of where the arena stood.
DETROIT, MI
Yardbarker

Report: Flames invite Josh Brook to camp on a professional try-out

Brook, 23, was a second-round selection of the Montreal Canadiens in the 2017 NHL Draft. The right shot blueliner spent four seasons with the Western Hockey League’s Moose Jaw Warriors and represented Canada at the World Under-17s, Under-18s and World Juniors. Unfortunately, he’s failed to blossom thus far as...
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Golden Knights' Opposing Division Coaches: David Quinn

The San Jose Sharks fired former head coach Bob Boughner last month after a 32-37-13 record. In his three seasons at the helm, Boughner never coached the team higher than sixth place in the Pacific Division. The franchise is looking for a big change now as it brought on new...
SAN JOSE, CA

Hockey fans cannot get enough of Ivan Ivan and his incredible name at the 2022 World Juniors

I think it’s fair to say that Ivan Ivan takes the crown for having the best hockey name of all time. While the NHL may be in the midst of a long offseason, hockey is still happening worldwide as the 2022 World Juniors are officially underway after being postponed from last December. The under-20 hockey tournament pits the sport’s brightest young stars against one another and offers a great look at the future of the NHL.
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3 Storylines ahead of the Flyers 2022-2023 training camp

The Philadelphia Flyers can officially work towards their 2022-2023 goals when they hit the ice at the Flyers Training Center in a little over a month for training camp. Last season was embarrassing for all parties involved. Attendance figures dropped, and a vocal sect of the fanbase went as far as putting bags on their heads. All the doom and gloom is very present, and it’s understandable. The feeling is that the team doesn’t have a plan, especially following an off-season opportunity to sign Johnny Gaudreau under the impression that Chuck Fletcher and Dave Scott were fishing for an “aggressive retool.”
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Expectations for Charlie Coyle This Season

BRIGHTON, MA — Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media discusses his expectations for Charlie Coyle this season. Presented by Athletic Greens: Visit https://athleticgreens.com/BRUINS a FREE 1 year supply of of immune-supporting Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase!. Bruins CLNS Coverage is Powered by BetOnline.ag, Use...
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Sabres sign Riley Sheahan to one-year/two-way contract

BUFFALO, NY. (WKBW) — On Wednesday the Buffalo Sabres announced the signing of forward Riley Sheahan to a one-year/two-way contract worth $950,000. Sheahan spent last season with the Seattle Kraken and Charlotte (AHL). Prior to that he played the 2020-2021 season with the Sabres appearing in 53 games, tallying 13 points.
BUFFALO, NY
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