Tag Archives: Quinn Hughes

The points are coming for Hughes

It took a while, but Jack Hughes has come around. The Devils number one overall pick struggled out of the gate by going without a point the first six games of his NHL career. There were some close calls. The … Continue reading

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Game #6: That Losing Feeling, Lias Andersson buried again, Jimmy Fallon pays price for supporting Rangers

Henrik Lundqvist stops Jay Beagle in a 3-2 loss to the Canucks. AP Photo by Kathy Willens via Getty Images I’ll be honest. I didn’t have a good feeling about Sunday’s odd 1 PM game against the Canucks. I figured … Continue reading

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Jack Hughes scores his first NHL goal

It finally happened. Jack Hughes scored his first career NHL goal for the Devils. Fittingly, it came with his team facing older brother Quinn Hughes and the Canucks this afternoon in Newark. The top pick got it on the power … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Hot starts by late signings prove one thing

For the whole summer, Mikko Rantanen couldn’t reach agreement with the Avalanche on a new contract. Like many pricey Group II free agents, the high scoring right wing remained unsigned. It didn’t matter. He waited until September 28 to sign … Continue reading

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A hint of what’s to come

On the official first day of school for most people, the first sneak peek of what’s to come was on display at the Rangers practice facility. A little Vitali Kravtsov action at @NYRangers rookie camp. #NYR pic.twitter.com/saBLvbVLZZ — MSG Networks … Continue reading

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Kaapo Kakko shows off skills in Finland overtime loss to USA

Earlier today in Slovakia, Team USA defeated Finland 3-2 in overtime at the IIHF World Championships. Dylan Larkin got the winner with a nice snipe from the right circle during three-on-three. He took full advantage of a missed interference call … Continue reading

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Keeping track of the WJC 2019

In case you’re not up to speed, the 2019 World Junior Championship is here. Three days of preliminary action have already been completed. This year’s marquis hockey prospect event is taking place in Vancouver. Games can be seen on NHL … Continue reading

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Rangers pass on Wahlstrom to take Kravtsov ninth overall, trade up for K’Andre Miller and grab Nils Lundkvist in wild first round

The first round of the NHL Draft was completed Friday night in Dallas. It marked the first time they hosted one. Maybe it should be the only instance with some unruly fans booing commissioner Gary Bettman as he spoke about … Continue reading

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Georgiev impresses in debut for Rangers, Brady Tkachuk is my 2018 Draft Target

I have to be honest. It’s hard to get used to this again. When the team has had so much success since ‘05-06, it’s not easy to watch the Rangers lose regularly. They dropped their fifth in a row on … Continue reading

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