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The Edmonton Oilers have not made the playoffs since the 2016-17 season. Prior to that they had not made the playoffs since 2005-06 season when they lost in the Stanley Cup Final to the Carolina Hurricanes. This is a stark contrast to when the team was winning five Stanley Cups from the 1983-84 season to
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Free agency is almost a month away. It may be weird writing that in September, but that’s the reality due to COVID-19 and the NHL suspending play back in March. But even though the calendar has shifted, it hasn’t changed what the New Jersey Devils need to do to improve their team.  One thing general manager Tom
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This date has been very busy over the years in the National Hockey League. There was the addition of two teams, the Hall of Fame officially began, multiple captains were named, a big international game was played and exhibitions contests took place all over the globe. Two New Teams Welcomed In The NHL expanded from
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Nineteen years ago, the entire hockey community mourned the loss of Los Angeles Kings scouts and American Hockey League alumni Ace Bailey and Mark Bavis, who were among the victims of the September 11 attacks on the United States. During the 2001-02 season, the AHL and its member clubs raised over $500,000 in support of
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On Tuesday, Pierre LeBrun posted an article that cited comments from pending unrestricted free agent forward Wayne Simmonds. During Simmonds interview with the hockey insider, he said he was, “open to everything”. The article was discussing specifically Simmonds comments that he’d looked at the Toronto Maple Leafs and wondered if there might be a fit
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Bruce Cassidy won the Jack Adams Award as NHL coach of the year for leading the Boston Bruins to the Presidents’ Trophy a season after taking them to the Stanley Cup final. Cassidy edged out Philadelphia’s Alain Vigneault for his first Jack Adams honour. Columbus Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella finished third in the voting,
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