Scouting the Toronto Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals Chris Kuc: Scouts listed to the attend last night’s Maple Leafs-Capitals game include the St. Louis Blues (2), Pittsburgh Penguins (2), Boston Bruins, Dallas Stars, Ottawa Senators, Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning. David Pagnotta: Blues assistant general manager and their director of pro scouting
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12:51 AM ET Tampa Bay right winger Nikita Kucherov‘s goal in the second period against Buffalo on Thursday night gave him his 100th point of the season, making him the quickest to that milestone in more than 20 years. Kucherov, who leads the NHL in scoring, reached the century mark in the Lightning‘s 62nd game
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The Buffalo Sabres have announced that forward Kyle Okposo has been diagnosed with a concussion. The Sabres initially reported on Saturday that the winger did not have a concussion. However, the terrible news was feared on Monday morning, when Sabres coach Phil Housley told the media, “Kyle’s back in Buffalo getting further evaluated.” Kyle Okposo
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Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports Charlie McAvoy and the Boston Bruins Marisa Ingemi of the Boston Herald:  A question popped up recently asking how much is Charlie McAvoy worth? The 21-year-old defenseman plays with Zdeno Chara and displays situational awareness not seen in most veterans. Also, McAvoy stabilizes the second-unit man advantage for the Boston Bruins. His ability
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1:00 PM ET Carl Hagelin is on the move again. The Washington Capitals acquired the forward from the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday for draft picks. The Kings, who got Hagelin for Tanner Pearson in November, receive a 2019 third-round pick and a 2020 conditional sixth-round selection from Washington. Hagelin, who has struggled with two
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Leo Roth Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 7:07 AM EST Feb 21, 2019 AMHERST – On a recent midwinter’s day, Joe Crozier sits comfortably in the cozy family room of a home he and his wife, Bonnie, have shared for 30 years. The one with the sign on the front door that reads, “We interrupt
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When the Boston Bruins traded Ryan Donato for Charlie Coyle, they made a commitment to be immediate contenders for the Stanley Cup. There’s no way around it as the team opted to trade a soon-to-be 23-year-old with about half a season of NHL experience from Massachusetts for a 26-year-old NHL forward who’s in the prime
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