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A Look at Oliver Wahlstrom’s Rookie Season

On June 22, 2018, in the moments leading up to the first round of the NHL Entry Draft, American prospect Oliver Wahlstrom was interviewed by the NHL Network. When asked to give a scouting report of himself, Wahlstrom put it simply: “Big body, big shot.”. Later on, after the Islanders...
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Untold facts about Jill Wagner’s Husband, David Lemanowicz

With a small step, you could change the whole thing. To succeed in life, you have to work hard. Growing up, David Lemanowicz dreamed of becoming a sports star. Eventually, David became a hockey player and played for multiple teams throughout his career. Now, he is a retired hockey player and focusing on his personal life, and soon, he will become a father.
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Bruins Brunch: Why the B’s stepped up for Charlie McAvoy

Charlie McAvoy is a Boston Bruin. He’s been one since June 24, 2016, when he was chosen 14th overall in the NHL Entry Draft held at the First Niagara Center (now the KeyBank Center) in Buffalo. He’s going to be one for the next nine seasons after coming to terms on an eight-year, $76 million extension announced Friday.
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With New Contract Complete, McAvoy Set to Take Next Step in his Career

BOSTON - Just weeks into his tenure as head coach of the Bruins, Bruce Cassidy made a trip to Providence. Boston's new bench boss was making the trek down I-95 to check out the Black & Gold's shiniest new prospect, a defenseman out of Boston University who was turning pro after two seasons with the Terriers.
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Oilers Prospect Report: Bourgault starts season hot

The Edmonton Oilers opened up their 2021-22 campaign with a win last night but in typical Oilers fashion. Hold a comfortable lead for most of the game, giving everyone hope, and then blow it late in the third. Thankfully, Mike Smith made some big stops, and Kyle Turris buried his...
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Jordan Nolan joins the LA Kings organization in consultant and ambassador roles

Jordan Nolan is back with the Los Angeles Kings, this time as a community relations consultant and ambassador. “Excited to share that I am back with the LA Kings as a community relations consultant and ambassador,” Nolan said on his Twitter feed, dated Oct. 13. “I’m looking forward to making a difference in hockey and help grow the game.”
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Rangers’ Lafreniere, Kakko & Miller Poised for Breakout Seasons

As opening night for the New York Rangers’ 2021-22 season nears, there are several young players on their roster poised to have a breakout season, much like Adam Fox did during the 2020-21 season. Players like Alexis Lafreniere, Kaapo Kakko and K’Andre Miller are prime candidates for this. Fox capped off his breakout season with a Norris Trophy as the league’s top defenseman. Who will it be this season? Let’s take a deeper look.
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Jets Can Afford to Take Time With Cole Perfetti

The 2021-22 NHL regular season has arrived, and the Winnipeg Jets will be playing their first regular-season game against the Anaheim Ducks. Following a disappointing conclusion to their playoff campaign that saw them get swept by the Montreal Canadiens in the second round, general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff made several acquisitions to help his team get back to the postseason.
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How Mike Hardman developed into an NHL-caliber winger

Two years ago, winger Mike Hardman had just completed a stellar junior hockey season in Canada but had been snubbed in the NHL Entry Draft. As he prepared to enter Boston College, there were questions about how effective he could be in Hockey East. In 2021, the 22-year-old is an...
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5 Must-Watch Avalanche Games In 2021-22

As a congested summer calendar packed with the NHL Entry Draft, the Seattle Kraken’s Expansion Draft, and free agency concludes, all eyes turn to the start of the 2021-22 season. The reigning Presidents’ Trophy winners, the Colorado Avalanche, set their sights on another league title, this time hoping to pair the mantle with postseason success. Unfortunately, the playoffs are months away, but in the meantime, the team makes its annual trek through the regular season, offering several appointment viewings along the way. Here are five of the most intriguing games on the schedule when factoring in the potential for refreshing novelty, entrenched rivalries, and clashes between NHL titans.
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Canucks Have No More Distractions Heading Into the 2021-22 Season

After a wild offseason full of trades, an expansion draft, the NHL Entry Draft, and free agency, along with their restricted free agents (RFAs) to sign and the potential opt-out of players, the Vancouver Canucks finally have no distractions heading into the 2021-22 season. With less than a week to...
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NHL 22 Be A Pro: CHL Memorial Cup, Europe, or the NHL?

If you're starting Be A Pro in NHL 22, one of the first decisions you'll face is where to start your NHL career. With three different choices providing their own benefits and drawbacks, let's take a look at what each option can give you and which one you should pick in NHL 22.
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Maple Leafs 2021-22 Opponent Preview: Florida Panthers

Welcome back to my Toronto Maple Leafs Opponent Preview series. In this series, I will be previewing each team in the Atlantic Division and breaking down how they match up against the Maple Leafs. The purpose of this series is to refresh people on how teams in the Atlantic Division are built for the 2021-22 season, especially considering the Maple Leafs haven’t played most of these teams since 2019-20.
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