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Matt Cooke Waits for News on Suspension

April 22, 2014 NHL Hockey
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As Matt Cooke reverts to type, Ricky Rothstein wonders if a man can ever change, or if he always has to be true to his nature. Matt Cooke is in the dock again, waiting on a suspension hearing from the NHL Department of Player Safety after he checked Colorado’s Tyson Barrie’s knee and put the […]

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Red Wings’ Mike Babcock to coach Canada at Olympics

July 22, 2013 Hockey
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Days after the Canadian Hockey team was installed as co-favourites with Russia, Mike Babcock has been named as their head coach for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. The decision wasn’t a huge surprise but it’s still worth debating. Mike Babcock, head coach of the Detroit Red Wings and the man who led Canada to […]

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Game 3 in Boston will make or break the Penguins!

June 5, 2013 NHL Hockey
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It may not be an elimination game but it will sure feel like one in Boston when the Penguins, trailing 2-0, go search for their first win of the series. Al Dannity previews a crucial Game 3. Sidney Crosby may have a reputation as a whiner but he’s more than capable of being a classy […]

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Don’t Count Out Daniel Alfredsson and the Senators Yet

May 23, 2013 NHL Hockey
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Al Dannity says that despite Alfredsson saying it’s unlikely the Senators will beat the Penguins, it’s still too early to rule out this Ottawa team. Trailing 3-1 with a captain old as they come and about to hit the road, there’s not a lot to like about the Senators’ chances. Throw in a deep, really […]

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Raffi Torres Faces Suspension After Hit on Jarrett Stoll

May 16, 2013 NHL Hockey
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As the San Jose forward faces disciplinary action for his hit on Jarret Stoll, Mike Schultz wonders if Raffi Torres is a old-school goon or just a rock-‘em, sock-‘em hockey player in an era when rocking and socking is no longer acceptable in the NHL. Hockey’s concern about injuries isn’t as extreme as football’s, but […]

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Beantown Beatdown: Leafs Lose in Game 7 OT to Bruins

May 14, 2013 NHL Hockey
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It was going so well for The Toronto Maple Leafs — beyond expectations. In their first playoff series in nine years, they led the Boston Bruins by three goals in the third period in Game 7 of their matchup. Yes, the Leafs gave up goals at 9:18 and at 18:38, but all they had to […]

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Family Launches Lawsuit Over Derek Boogaard’s Death

May 13, 2013 NHL Hockey
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Derek Boogaard was listed as a forward, but it’s more appropriate to call him an enforcer. The 6-foot-7, 265-pounder from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan would never be confused with the National Hockey League’s tops scorers. To keep his job, he felt he had to swing his fists — and he did just that. Boogaard racked up 66 […]

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Many Offseason Changes Expected for the Vancouver Canucks

May 8, 2013 NHL Hockey
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The knives are out in Vancouver. Now that the Canucks have been knocked out in the first round of the NHL playoffs — for the second straight season — the talk has turned to who will pay the price for the consecutive debacles. After the first two games in Vancouver, it was obvious to most […]

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Kings and Ducks to Play NHL Game at Dodger Stadium

May 7, 2013 NHL Hockey
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Pro hockey will make history next January 25th as the L.A. Kings and their crosstown rivals, the Anaheim Ducks, will play the NHL’s first ever regular-season outdoor game west of the Mississippi River. It’s one of six slated for what is now being called the “Stadium Series.” Yes, it looks like the setup to a […]

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NHL West Playoff Preview: Ready for Battle

April 30, 2013 NHL Hockey
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It’s been known for awhile which Western Conference teams will face each other when the playoffs begin. Most of the top-seeded teams are expected to win, but expectations and production can change suddenly as games and series grind on in the NHL playoffs; that’s why the Stanley Cup is regarded as one of the toughest […]

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