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Russia-based insults led Rangers’ Artemi Panarin to hurl glove at Brad Marchand

BOSTON — Artemi Panarin did not see the humor in it, not even a little. Two sources confirmed Brad Marchand was yelling insults at Panarin from one bench to the other with 11.8 seconds remaining in the match between the Rangers and Bruins on Friday while invoking Vladimir Putin’s name and suggesting that no Russian likes the Blueshirts winger. Panarin responded by heaving his glove at the Boston winger.
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Lack of Return for Certain Players Could Lead to Kane, Toews Trades

In a recent article for The Athletic, Mark Lazerus took another look at the storylines coming out of the Chicago Blackhawks organization. There’s no shortage of topics to discuss when it comes to this franchise and there’s a serious consideration to tearing it all down and starting fresh in the wake of sexual abuse allegations, a struggling team, and players being closer to the end of their careers than in their prime.
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Rangers Reaction: What did Marchand say to set Panarin off?

It seemed like a pretty comical moment towards the end of the New York Rangers 5-2 win over the Boston Bruins. Artemi Panarin and Bruins super-pest Brad Marchand were jawing at each other. The confrontation ended with Panarin throwing his glove at Marchand. ABC commentator, AJ Mleczko was in between the benches when the altercation took place. “I don’t mean to laugh,” she said. “It is heated and intense.”
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Blackhawks struggling to find a trading partner for Dylan Strome?

It wasn’t all that long ago that Blackhawks center Dylan Strome was viewed as a potential centerpiece player when he was drafted third overall by Arizona back in 2015. Even as recently as 2019-20, when he had a good season with the Blackhawks, he still looked like a part of a longer-term core in Chicago. But since then, he has struggled mightily, and it doesn’t appear as if other teams around the league believe he could rebound as Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports (subscription link) that the Blackhawks haven’t been able to get a team to meet their asking price of a mid-round draft pick for Strome’s services. The 24-year-old has just a goal and two assists this season in 12 games while being a frequent healthy scratch. His average annual value of $3 million is problematic while a $3.6 million qualifying offer looms large as well. If a mid-round pick isn’t feasible, it appears that interim GM Kyle Davidson will need to consider some retention to try to find a new place for Strome to play.
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Recap: Bruins drop winnable game to Rangers, lose 5-2

When the Boston Bruins have lost this season, it’s typically been in a game they don’t deserve to win. They get outplayed, out-chanced and should lose. That wasn’t the case on Friday. The Bruins fell 5-2 to the New York Rangers on the day after Thanksgiving. After getting out to...
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Hot Rangers try to extend Isles' 8-game streak of misery

The New York Rangers thoroughly enjoyed their first visit to the new home of the New York Islanders Wednesday night. Lately the Rangers are experiencing many things to enjoy while the Islanders are experiencing a nightmare on the ice and with their roster. Sunday night, the Rangers go for their...
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Central Notes: Strome, Byram, Zuccarello

It wasn’t all that long ago that Blackhawks center Dylan Strome was viewed as a potential centerpiece player when he was drafted third overall by Arizona back in 2015. Even as recently as 2019-20 when he had a good season with Chicago, he still looked like a part of a longer-term core in Chicago. But since then, he has struggled mightily and it doesn’t appear as if other teams around the league believe he could rebound as Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports (subscription link) that they haven’t been able to get a team to meet their asking price of a mid-round draft pick for Strome’s services. The 24-year-old has just a goal and two assists this season in 12 games while being a frequent healthy scratch. His AAV of $3MM is problematic while a $3.6MM qualifying offer looms large as well. If a mid-round pick isn’t feasible, it appears that interim GM Kyle Davidson will need to consider some retention to try to find a new place for Strome to play.
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Ramblings: Murray to be Waived; Hot Hartman, Hagel; Struggling Scheifele, Pettersson (Nov 27)

Happy belated Thanksgiving to all our American friends! Since Friday was Black Friday, we were treated to some daytime hockey, which is unusual for a weekday. Ryan Strome has extended his point streak to seven games with his goal and assist in Friday's matinee. That gives him 12 points over his last 11 games as he continues to benefit from playing on Artemi Panarin's line. Strome is still a UFA at the end of the season, so it will be interesting to see what happens with him and how it may affect his fantasy value going forward.
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