Tag Archives: controversy

DeAngelo owns troll on Twitter, Thoughts on Lias Andersson

The computers aren’t happy with Tony DeAngelo or Ryan Strome for continuing to prove them wrong. DeAngelo was called a name by an unprofessional hack. He had the perfect response. For a while now, there have been a few biased … Continue reading

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Don Cherry comes clean

AP Photo Detroit Free Press via Getty Images By now, the hockey community knows that Don Cherry is no longer employed by Sportsnet. The less said about that network, the better. Ditto for lifelong partner Ron MacLean, who stood by … Continue reading

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Missed call tarnishes Stanley Cup

It happened again. Like a broken record, a missed call impacted another big game last night in Boston. The Blues led Game Five by a goal in the third period. Then came another officiating disgrace. With St. Louis applying forecheck … Continue reading

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AV meets Gritty, The crazy first round continues

Okay. So, Alain Vigneault and the Flyers are a strange fit. It’s gonna be interesting to follow for Ranger fans. The good thing for us is it’s from a distance. That makes it easier. We don’t have to concern ourselves … Continue reading

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Refs ineptness doesn’t help Rangers in 1-0 shutout loss to Stars

Screw the recap. I’m just going to post this gif from The Athletic’s Shayna Goldman. Let it sink in. Watch closely. Mika Zibanejad tries to avoid hitting Radek Faksa. He sees a vulnerable Faksa in a tough spot after taking … Continue reading

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No Licking Allowed: The curious case of Brad Marchand

Brad Marchand remains a puzzling star player for the Bruins. A top 10 player who can impact the game in all three zones with his tenaciousness combined with speed and skill, The Rat was up to his old tricks during … Continue reading

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Controversy makes NHL look bad in these playoffs

Controversy has surrounded too many games in these playoffs. The NHL looks bad for how some key decisions have impacted games on the big stage. Look no further than what took place over the weekend. Let’s start with Saturday night … Continue reading

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UnbeLeafable: Lundqvist chased as defenseless Rangers give up eight in 8-5 loss to Maple Leafs

New Post: A forgettable night in Toronto, AV kid treatment of Chytil, defense optional #NYR Continue reading

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Niskanen injures Crosby in Caps win, biased Pens reporter, total chaos

In case you missed it, the other Eastern Conference Semifinal series continued last night in Pittsburgh. After losing the first two games at home, the top seeded Caps defeated the Pens 3-2 in overtime on Kevin Shattenkirk’s power play goal … Continue reading

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Replay challenge screws Rangers in 4-3 loss to Canes

Game Story: Controversial call hurts Rangers in frustrating loss to Canes #NYR Continue reading

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