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New York Islanders: The Top Prospects’ Delayed Path to the NHL Roster

Lamoriello needs time to evaluate, but he’s also intelligent enough to know that building your lines with homegrown, cheap ELC players is the way to build a long-term roster.


Looking at Jake Guentzel’s place among the NHL’s top young players

First of all, let’s put a natural disclaimer that if you attribute any time whatsoever in analyzing summer four-on-four shinny, it’s misplaced. No sense in looking at how anyone performs and trying to forward-project it to this next season or beyond. But it’s still been fun to seeJake GuentzeldoingJ


St. Louis Blues Need Cohesion Between NHL And AHL

However, just because you are in control does not mean what you are doing is always right. That’s why the Blues brought in Drew Bannister to lead the San Antonio Rampage. They want him to put his own stamp on things and challenge the team a little, if necessary.


Montreal Canadiens: Player ratings for NHL 19 released

Are you a fan of the NHL and video games? If so, you’re probably looking forward to playing as theMontreal Canadiensin NHL 19 set to hit stores in September.


How the NHL’s new goalie pad size regulation will affect Matt Murray and the Penguins?

Ken Appleby is wearing the new NHL spec chest protectors that will be enforced next season. There is significantly less padding around the neckline and shoulders, which is a bit concerning.pic.twitter.com/W779Ci6tar— Gregory Balloch (@GregBalloch)July 18, 2018


Morning Flurries: The NHL is broken

I’m serious, everyone in the league is injured.May 23, 2018; Tampa, FL, USA; Washington Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik (44) is checked on by goaltender Braden Holtby (70) after an injury against the Tampa Bay Lightning in the second period in game seven of the Eastern Conference Final in the 2018


Detroit Red Wings: NHL and players reach Concussion Settlement

What the NHL will mention is that player safety is one of the most concerning topics of interest throughout all of their meetings, but their actions prove otherwise. A guy like Joe Murphy, the Detroit Red Wings first overall selection in the 1986 entry level draft.


Storm Advisory 11/16/18: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

New edition of Shaya’s 10 Thoughts on the Checkers is up.The Canes actually jumped in ESPN’s Power Rankings (but they justhadto talk about the special teams). [ESPN]Paul Martinhas decided to retire after 14 years of playoff-bound hockey (seriously, the dude’s never missed a playoff). [NHL]TheStanley


David Pastrnak named NHL’s first star of the week

Is anyone surprised? The 22-year-old just can’t stop scoring. A hat trick vs Toronto, leading the league in goals by 4 goals to the next closest group of players, he’s really finding another level in his game. TheseBoston Bruinscertainly wouldn’t be the same without #88, David Pastrnak. Congratulati


Toronto Maple Leafs Move into 1st Place in NHL

The Leafs overcame awonky first period(the Ducks had 12 shots and a 56% possession rating) to put away one of the NHL’s worst teams. Now, even though the Ducks are terrible, and the Leafs are the best, it’s still the NHL and that means that your third game in four nights as an eastern team on the W


Jeremy Lauzon scores his first NHL goal against Vegas

You never forget your first one, right?Malcolm Subbanprobably hopesJeremy Lauzonforgets this gaffe, but hey, they all count the same.Bad misplay by Subban — and Jeremy Lauzon capitalizes.2-0 Bruins.pic.twitter.com/JSsLIdpUZ3— Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93)November 12, 2018(Link, if you can’t see the emb


Thursday Links: The Lifespan of a NHL Stick

Whenever you watch a NHL game, it seems that there’s always at least one stick that gets broken, if not several more. See enough hardware changes, and you have to wonder:how many sticks does a playergothrough?


Giroux named NHL’s Third Star of the week

Giroux paced the NHL with 3-5-8 and a +8 rating in three games to lift the Flyers (9-7-1, 19 points) to a perfect week and into second place in the Metropolitan Division. He recorded three straight multi-point outings, logging 2-1-3 in a 5-2 victory over theArizona CoyotesNov. 5, two assists (includ


New York Islanders Michael Dal Colle Earned Call Up to NHL

From the drop of the puck on the AHL season, Dal Colle has been putting up points. In the Sound Tigers first game on October 6th, Dal Colle put up a goal and an assist. Over the next 13 games, he’d add another six goals and six assists.


Finding the elusive first NHL goal for Victor Mete

It has now been 65 games, andVictor Meteis still goalless. While he is a blue-liner, it is unexpected that after such a long stretch, Mete still hasn't gotten a puck to bounce his way. At this point, getting luck to go his side and scoring in a flukier way would be welcomed by the second-year NHL pl


Dallas Stars: Gavin Bayreuther Gets His First Chance in the NHL

Bayreuther hasn’t played in an NHL game before, but he spent four years playing in college at St. Lawrence before joining the Texas Stars near the end of the 2016-17 season, where he has played ever since.


Giroux to be featured on NHL Network’s Ice Time

Grab the kids or set those DVR’s, the captain’s episode will air at 9am and noon today, then again at 10am on Sunday.


Ice Time with Jonathan Toews

Mike Rupp —Stanley Cupchampion turned analyst — sat down withJonathan Toewsfor the NHL Network’s newest edition ofIce Time, a TV series highlighting stars throughout the NHL. With hockey demos, Q&A sessions, and one-on-one conversations, fans get to see a different side of their favorite players eve


Quick Strikes: The NHL puts a ring on it; Marty St. Louis gets HHOF ring

Justin will be writing about this first thing today, but in short, yesterday the 2018 Hockey Hall of Fame class received their HHOF rings, including a certainTampa Bay Lightningveteran named Martin St. Louis.


Nashville Predators: Dear NHL, thank you for fighting cancer

Cancer. It is one of the scariest and most confusing words in the English language. Every day, people everywhere are hearing “you have cancer,” or telling a loved one about their diagnosis. That is why the National Hockey League and Nashville Predators are dedicating to fight the disease.