Daily Archives: January 2, 2016

Streaking Devils take down the Stars in OT

Just a week ago it looked like the season was hanging in the balance for the Devils after a string of up and down efforts with up and down results to match.  However I’m sure coach John Hynes is a happier … Continue reading

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Panthers claw listless Rangers

The more things change… the more they stay the same. That is the story for the ’15-16 Rangers who can’t seem to find any consistency 38 games into what’s turning into a worrisome season. Especially with the Pens heating up … Continue reading

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Video of Day: Draisaitl’s wizardry sets up Hall goal

Part of what makes hockey special is the remarkable vision some players have. In the second Video of Day installment, Oilers center Leon Draisaitl with already a Play of The Year candidate. On a rush, he has enough wizardry to … Continue reading

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Hayes Scratched Again

If Alain Vigneault didn’t make his point before, he certainly has now. After having Kevin Hayes sit out a Rangers 5-2 win over the Lightning to end 2015, he’s decided to make Hayes a healthy scratch again for the Panthers … Continue reading

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Video of Day: Eichel scores on breakaway

Our Video of Day is back for the New Year. The first post of 2016 features Sabres rookie center Jack Eichel scoring on a breakaway against the Red Wings during today’s game. He got his second on a break in … Continue reading

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Russian Hockey

A decade earlier, I discussed a potential book with a great Devil fan Sue. She pitched the idea of digging deeper into Russian hockey roots. Russia’s influence changed the game with the historic ’72 Summit Series the tip of the … Continue reading

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