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Jimmy Hayes' Brother Kevin Reflects on 'Being Mad at God' After Former NHL Player's Sudden Death

Seven weeks after Jimmy Hayes' sudden death, his younger brother will be playing his first NHL season without his "best friend." In an interview with the Associated Press published Thursday, Kevin Hayes spoke about his grief and frustration following his brother's death this summer. Jimmy, a former Boston Bruins star and father of two, was found dead at his home in the Boston suburbs on Aug. 23. His cause of death has yet to be released.
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Will Johnny Gaudreau re-sign or be traded by the NHL Trade Deadline?

With the Calgary Flames out of a playoff spot last season, NHL trade rumors were swirling around that Johnny Gaudreau was available for a trade. Pierre LeBrun was on TSN 1050 and reports that the Flames and Gaudreau’s camp have had contract discussions throughout the summer and no deal could be worked out.
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Blue Jackets score eight in Larsen's debut, defeat Coyotes in opener

Oliver Bjorkstrand sets up in front and tips home a Zach Werenski pass for a power-play goal, giving the Blue Jackets a 2-0 lead in the 1st. It was the season opener for each team. "It was a special night," Larsen said. "It was a strange night in a lot...
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Bobby Ryan Should Be a Signing Target for the Philadelphia Flyers

The Detroit Red Wings released veteran forward and Cherry Hill, New Jersey native Bobby Ryan from his Professional Tryout Contract (PTO) prior to rosters being announced Monday evening. Ryan spent last season with the Red Wings after signing a one-year, $1 million contract. He would go on to post 14 points (seven goals and seven assists) in 33 games played, including four goals in the first three games of the season.

Gameday Preview: Vancouver Canucks vs. Detroit Red Wings (October 16th)

Less than one week into the regular season, and the Vancouver Canucks already have their first back-to-back games of the year. The team will be continuing their six-game road trip on Saturday afternoon with a contest against the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena. The Canucks are coming off their first victory of the 2021-22 campaign, beating the Philadelphia Flyers in the shootout on Friday afternoon, and will be looking to stay in the win column versus Troy Stecher and company.

Penguins’ Forward Jeff Carter Joins The 400 Goal Club

SUNRISE, Fla. (KDKA) – Jeff carter has only been a Penguin for 22 games, including regular season and playoffs, but he’s scored 14 goals in the black and yellow. When Carter put a puck past Florida Panthers’ goalie Sergei Bobrovsky on Thursday night, he became the latest NHL player to score 400 goals.

Philadelphia Flyers Open 2021-2022 Season Friday Night Against Canucks

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s finally game day for the Philadelphia Flyers, who host the Vancouver Canucks Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center. The orange and black got their final practice in Thursday to prepare for game one. The Flyers are coming off a disappointing year after finishing sixth in...

Kirill Ustimenko, Charlie Gerard Join Royals

The Reading Royals, ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, have announced that goaltender Kirill Ustimenko and forward Charlie Gerard have been loaned from the Flyers and Lehigh Valley Phantoms, respectively, to the Royals. Ustimenko joins the Royals after his 19-4-5 effort for the club during the 2019-20 season. A fan...

Flyers Phlight Deck: Ristolainen Will Not Start Versus Vancouver

Today is the last on-ice practice before the 2021-2022 home opener versus the Vancouver Canucks. Throughout the week, Chuck Fletcher and Alain Vigneault monitored several players. Unfortunately, two of those players make up the most expensive acquisitions of the Philadelphia Flyers defense. Two days ago, Vigneault mentioned Rasmus Ristolainen and...
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Bruins’ Power Play & Penalty Kill Poised For Success in 2021-22

It is no secret that over the past decade, the Boston Bruins have relied heavily on their special teams. Whether it’s the power play or the penalty kill, special teams have been a big part of the success that the Black and Gold has had. If the Bruins are going to have success in 2021-22, they will once again need both units to be near the top of the league.

Point/Counterpoint The White Rolex Milgauss Is The Best Rolex Milgauss

Today, two HODINKEE writers with very different opinions debate which Rolex Milgauss is the best Rolex Milgauss. In this article, Nick Marino argues that the Milgauss with the white dial is best. In his Counterpoint, Danny Milton argues on behalf of the version with the black dial. We invite you to read both pieces, and let us know your thoughts in the comments sections.