Tag Archives: Gabriel Landeskog

HARD HITS: Make Hockey Great Again

Okay. Before you stop and cringe at the cheesy title, let me just point out that it was the easiest thing I could come up with. Basically, the first thing that entered my mind, I used. Why do we need … Continue reading

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Game #40: Undisciplined Rangers get Avalanched 6-1

With one eye on what amounted to a Finland 6-1 blowout over Switzerland in the World Junior Championship semifinals, I kept flipping back and forth between our team’s latest disaster and the poor Swiss. At least those kids will play … Continue reading

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Islanders continue to be a surprise

When John Tavares chose the hometown Maple Leafs, whose pajamas he wore as a kid, the Islanders were supposed to be not too good. Even in the new era of Lou Lamoriello and Barry Trotz, they were not expected to … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Parity gives underdogs a chance in unpredictable league, Brodeur and Marty St. Louis inducted

A look at the current standings tells a story. The 2018-19 NHL season is unlike most. With few exceptions, most teams are struggling. Both the Capitals and Golden Knights would be out of the playoffs if the season ended today. … Continue reading

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Pick your favorite scoring line

There are plenty of exciting flavors in the NHL that can excite hockey fans when it comes to scoring lines. Much like ice cream, it depends on your preference. Continue reading

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Game #5 – Avalanche 5, Devils 3

There’s a certain bit of irony that in 2018-19 the Avs hung the first loss on the Devils for the season after last year’s great start was kicked into high gear against the Avs in the 2017-18 home opener.  Turns … Continue reading

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Game #6: Rangers respond with a good 3-2 shootout win over the Avalanche

🚨 on the power play🚨 on a one-timer🚨🚨 in the shootout👀 them all ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/hNlrKLdCmz — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) October 17, 2018 David Quinn wanted to see more tenacity and grit from his team. He sure got it from … Continue reading

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Avalanche at Rangers: Buchnevich a healthy scratch

The Rangers look to shake off a tough one goal defeat over the weekend when they host the Avalanche tonight at 7 PM. It promise to be another tough test. After doing a solid job against Connor McDavid even though … Continue reading

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A deadline bust

#NHLTradeDeadline Day was a huge bust. More on why. Especially for Rangers, Islanders. Continue reading

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The art of a trade

With the trade deadline approaching, the Caps are all in landing Kevin Shattenkirk. Who else will move? #TradeDeadline Continue reading

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