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Blackhawks center Dylan Strome likely to be traded?

After being a healthy scratch the first few games of the season, Dylan Strome got back into the Chicago Blackhawks lineup last night. Head coach Jeremy Colliton said after the game that Strome worked hard, but the young forward still found himself skating lower and lower in the lineup throughout the game. He ended up playing 13:12, ninth among Chicago forwards in another loss. The Blackhawks have not held a lead through any of their first five games and have been outscored 21-9 so far.
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Standoff Continues Between the Rangers and Vitali Kravtsov

Things have gone sour between the New York Rangers and Vitali Kravtsov. Unhappy with his role with the club, the 21-year-old Russian winger recently returned home to await a trade. Varying reasons have been reported for Kravtsov's decision. The Athletic's Arthur Staple indicated sources claimed the 2018 first-round pick clashed...
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5 THINGS - FLAMES @ CAPITALS

FLAMES (1-1-1) @ CAPITALS (3-0-1) 11 a.m. MT | TV: Sportsnet West | RADIO: Sportsnet 960 The FAN. Points - Johnny Gaudreau (4) Goals - Elias Lindholm (3) Points - Alex Ovechkin (8) Goals - Ovechkin (4) Special Teams:. Flames:. PP - 11.1% (25th) / PK - 66.7% (29th) Capitals:
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ANOTHER PLAYER HITS THE WAIVER WIRE ON THURSDAY

It was a quiet one on the waiver wire on Thursday afternoon as only one player was put on it. After only ten days since being claimed from Tampa Bay, forward Alex Barre-Boulet has been put back on waivers by the Seattle Kraken according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman. The 24-year-old played in two games for the Kraken recording one assists, no penalty minutes, and was a +/-0.
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Friday Bantering: Bits of Jays Stuff

The Jays haven’t made much news of late. This is always the worst time for news after the season ends and before the playoffs end. I did have my favourite phone call of the year just the other day. Every year for the past several, I talk to someone from Strat-O-Matic baseball, giving opinions on the Jays’ players’ defense and arms and all. Since I spent many many hours playing Strat-O-Matic (sitting cross-legged on the floor, if I tried sitting like that now, I’d never get up), I always think how thrilled 13-year-old me would be if he knew I helped rate the players. I still play the game every now and then. But not for hours on end like I used to and at a table, not on the floor.
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‘It’s a privilege’: Love excited to lead Heat

Life is a little more back to normal for the Stockton Heat this season. No more temporary set-up at the Scotiabank Saddledome, the home of the parent Calgary Flames. No more all-Canadian schedule of opponents. No more jetting from province to province. But there is one significant change for the...
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McEwen eliminates Epping in triple knockout stage of Masters

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Mike McEwen and his Winnipeg club are still in contention at the Masters after ousting Toronto’s Team John Epping 3-1 Friday morning during C side action at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. After losing their first two games to start, Team McEwen improved to a 2-2 record with...
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Clearwater Times

Prince Rupert resident wins Sportsnet Hockey Predictor Contest

Jan Loroff, a Prince Rupert resident, is the lucky winner of the national Sportsnet Hockey Predictor 2021 Contest and is driving away with the grand prize of a brand new Ram on Oct. 15. Loroff won a 2021 Dodge Ram 1500 Rebel Crew Cab 4×4 vehicle, which is valued at...
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Three Things to Know: Lakers vs. Suns - 10/22/21

The Lakers will host the defending Western Conference Champion, Phoenix Suns, with the pregame show at 6 p.m. and tipoff scheduled for 7 p.m. on Spectrum SportsNet. Here are three things to know before tonight’s game:. WHAT A PAIR. With a new-look Lakers’ roster, LeBron James and Anthony Davis (now...
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3 Takeaways From the Senators’ Loss to the Sharks

The night started on a high for the Ottawa Senators. Brady Tkachuk took the ice for the first time since signing a seven-year, $57.5 million contract and Matt Murray was making his season debut. Murray looked great and it didn’t take long for Tkachuk to get on the scoresheet, too. He and Artem Zub assisted on Drake Batherson’s first goal of the season that came just 10 minutes into the game.
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Flames 3, Red Wings 0: Markström unbeatable despite Detroit’s best efforts

Despite largely holding their opponents at bay in the final two periods of play on Thursday evening, the Detroit Red Wings fell to the Calgary Flames by a 3-0 score at Little Caesars Arena. The Flames mustered just 0.53 expected goals at 5-on-5 in the final 40 minutes but managed...
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