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When the NHL announced the ‘100 Greatest NHL Players of All Time‘ Bobby Orr was, of course, one of the easiest choices. In a truly remarkable Hall of Fame career, Orr not only re-wrote the record books but reinvented the way hockey was played. In honour of the NHL 100 and the incredible hockey memories
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Paajarvi to KHL Aivis Kalnins: It’s sounding like Magnus Paajarvi could be joining Lokomotiv Yaroslavl of the KHL. Kaprizov plans on coming to North America Wild Prospects: Minnesota Wild prospect Kirill Kaprizov in an interview: “I think it’s clear. I’m going to the NHL next year.” Michael Russo: Kaprizov’s agent has made it clear several
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7:00 AM ET ST. LOUIS — A few weeks before St. Louis Blues training camp, in what’s become an annual tradition, Jordan Binnington sat down for lunch with his junior goalie coach Greg Redquest. Since “goaltender” and “superstitious” are synonymous in hockey, they went to the same chicken wing restaurant and sat in the same
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MONTREAL—It is the age of crisp passes and dominant play. It is the age of turnovers and sloppy play. Five games into the season, the Lightning have been wildly inconsistent. You can’t be sure which team will show up at puck drop: the one that looks like a Stanley Cup favourite or the one that
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Tomorrow is Canadian Thanksgiving and the 2019-20 regular season has just begun. Even at the outset of a season full of uncertainty, Winnipeg Jets fans have plenty of reasons to be thankful. Here are five to consider as you celebrate all of life’s blessings with family and friends. 1: A Dedicated General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff
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In this particular life-changing moment, one side of Stu Grimson’s face was rendered cratered and bloodied. The force of his opponent’s punches, three left-handed jackhammers, fractured his skull in two places, both above his right eye and below the cheek bone. The reconstruction of the disaster zone required 21/2 hours of emergency surgery and the
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