Long Read

Throughout its two-decade history, the Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets franchise have had great players from all around the globe. 322 players have suited up for either the Thrashers, Jets, or both since the Thrashers were established in 1999. Those 322 players have hailed from 15 different countries. Here’s a look at the best player from each
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Despite being less than 25 years old, the Arizona Coyotes franchise already has a place in the National Hockey League history books. The team, like every club in the NHL, has seen its ups and downs over the last quarter-century, but the franchise’s struggles have, more often than not, received the most attention in the
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April 21 has been a very busy day in National Hockey League history. We have seen defensemen shine on the offensive stage, some big hat tricks and plenty of other memorable Stanley Cup playoff moments on this date. The Legend of Bill Barilko Defenseman Bill Barilko played five seasons for the Toronto Maple Leafs and
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The NWHL announced on April 22 that they will be adding a sixth team for their upcoming sixth season, placing a team in Toronto. The team name, colors, uniforms, and their home rink will be announced at a later date, but fans can submit their votes for the above options (not including the rink) on
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A promising pipeline of prospects is an integral part of a team’s long-term success. During the Detroit Red Wings’ 24-year playoff streak, they managed to strike gold in the later rounds of the draft several times, which considerably lengthened their reign of Stanley Cup contention. Even now, the Red Wings possess a solid core of
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It would not be a stretch to say that the Ottawa Senators’ 2009 draft was a bust. A decade later, none of the nine players drafted are still with the franchise, and their first-round pick, which sat ninth overall, was one of the worst of the first round. While the team would find a number
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One of the biggest storylines for the Boston Bruins this season is taking place off the ice. Instead, it’s progressing at the negotiating table, as Bruins management and Torey Krug decide whether they have a future together. Krug has made it clear that he loves wearing black and gold. He stated as much earlier this
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