Tag Archives: Marcus Johansson

Devils draft and offseason thoughts

In what has been a surreal seven months since the Devils’ last game, even having the true 2020 offseason begin this week has a different feel to it. If you’re not paying attention you might not have noticed the NHL … Continue reading

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Sabres acquire Eric Staal from Wild for Marcus Johansson

The @BuffaloSabres and @mnwild have made a deal!@NHLdotcom has more: https://t.co/KleZrz8khV pic.twitter.com/w2uKK5p2W0 — NHL (@NHL) September 16, 2020 In a straight up one for one trade without any salary retained, the Sabres and Wild made a interesting deal. Buffalo acquired … Continue reading

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Wheels come off in Alberta

Instead of the winning streak clip from Major League, I get to post this one after the last two games – and really 90% of this season.  I wanted to post the Japanese gardner ‘they’re still ****ty’ clip from Major … Continue reading

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Game #8: Strome, Howden and birthday boy DeAngelo highlight well deserved win over Sabres

AP Photo credit via New York Rangers courtesy Twitter. Almost everything worked tonight. David Quinn wanted to see a more complete effort. By altering his lines by splitting up Artemiy Panarin and Mika Zibanejad, he got the results he wanted. … Continue reading

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Stanley Cup playoff thoughts from the outside

By all accounts and logic, this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs was one of the most unpredictable in NHL history.  From the beginning – which saw a shocking sweep of President’s Cup winner Tampa Bay and other first-round upsets of last … Continue reading

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Binnington’s astonishing Game Seven and O’Reilly’s dominance lead Blues to first ever Stanley Cup

On Wednesday night in Boston, the St. Louis Blues made history. For the first time in their 52-year history, they won the Stanley Cup. The Blues are Stanley Cup champions thanks to the amazing play of unflappable rookie goalie Jordan … Continue reading

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It’s do or die for Blues and Bruins in Game Seven

There’s a Game Seven for the Stanley Cup tonight in Boston. It’s do or die for the Blues and Bruins at TD Garden on NBC. The fun begins at 8 PM on the network that just might have a postgame … 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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Blues and Bruins set for Stanley Cup rematch 49 years later

In less than two hours, the puck will drop on another Stanley Cup. On Memorial Day when we honor and remember veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country, the Blues and Bruins get going tonight in Game One … Continue reading

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Bruins and Hurricanes star in Eastern Conference Final

Tonight, the Eastern Conference Final begins. It features the Bruins and Hurricanes. They’re the two survivors left standing from a tremendous NHL Playoffs. While quite a few predicted the Bruins to reach this point if the Lightning failed, nobody had … Continue reading

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