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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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HARD HITS: How the Jeff Skinner contract by Sabres sets up the market

IT’S DONE! We have signed forward Jeff Skinner to an eight-year contract with an average annual value of $9 million: https://t.co/X4sumuHW7H pic.twitter.com/Wwzk9qbPSk — Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) June 8, 2019 The much rumored new contract for Jeff Skinner finally came to … Continue reading

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Maroon’s double overtime winner against remarkable Bishop is what the NHL Playoffs are all about

There was a great Game Seven played in St. Louis last night between the Stars and Blues. The two Central Division rivals gave everything in a do or die situation that required double overtime to decide. Despite remarkable dominance and … Continue reading

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Umm Lightning?!?! The Trotz Isles and awful officiating

Night Three is in the books. It could be one to remember for a couple of reasons. Let’s highlight why. A.The Lightning were blown out 5-1 by a more determined Blue Jackets in a shocking Game Two. They’re in trouble. … Continue reading

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Game #63: Movin’ Monday – Devils 2, Habs 1

Let me start this blog with a thought: There really shouldn’t be any games on deadline day. It’s just too hectic for the teams and the fans to go through the dual emotional roller coaster, it’s another game you lose … Continue reading

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Devils preseason odyssey begins with many questions

For many hockey fans, the Devils’ training camp is one of the more intriguing to watch this month.  A surprise team last year who features the reigning Hart Trophy winner (Taylor Hall) and a top overall pick (Nico Hischier), New … Continue reading

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Brodeur returns to New Jersey

In what can mainly be described as a PR coup, the Devils brought franchise legend Martin Brodeur ‘home’, in an entirely new role of course.  After his tenure in St. Louis as an assistant GM, he’s returning to the organization … Continue reading

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Life rafts required for a Devil team in crisis

It’s hard to believe that Thursday afternoon (a mere three days ago, to be exact) the Devils were sitting pretty with a nine-point lead on a playoff spot, seemingly in the clear with 19 games to go and dopey message … Continue reading

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