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No Gamble in Leafs' New Contract

For the first time in what feels like years, Leaf fans have a reason to smile.  Saturday night a young boy named Garrett Gamble Jr, who suffers from Morquio Syndrome, had his lifelong dream come true when he signed a one day contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs. 356 more words

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Teammates By Chance, Friends By Choice

For Express alumni Chris Tierney and Barclay Goodrow, playing in the NHL is still a surreal feeling.  Just a few years ago, the ability to play alongside of some of hockey’s best (such as Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau), was only achievable through an EA Sports NHL series.   1,001 more words

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Marlboros; OHL Cup Champs.... Again

The OHL Cup has been a great event. We’ve seen some great hockey, great players and we had a great finals to sum it up.  The Marlies organization has been in 10 of the last 11 OHL cup finals.   478 more words

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What does Leadership, Accountability, Composure and Scoring Depth have to do with the Penguins?

The Penguins showed their cards this past weekend by completely falling apart against two teams that they very well could meet in these coming playoffs. While these games were not MUST win, they were both important enough to further develop their identity.  703 more words

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From Divorce Court to Heavenly Match?

In the National Hockey League this week the hottest story has to come from San Jose, California.  Could a divorce be in the future between San Jose Sharks General Manager Doug Wilson and star forward Joe Thornton? 312 more words

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Eurotrip - Long Road Home

At the age of 33, he made (and won) his NHL debut!  He became the oldest goalie to do so since Hugh Lerman in 1926.  He’s played in the AHL, ECHL, DEL (Deutsche Eishockey Liga) in Germany and even in the SM-Liiga in Finland before topping off his seemingly endless journey with his NHL debut in 2014.   1,247 more words

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Games to look forward to in the final month of the Season

The Penguins have 16 games left in the regular season, with the final game on April 11th in a tilt against the Buffalo Sabres. Between now and then Pittsburgh will face off against six Metro division opponents, six Western conference teams and four Atlantic division. 819 more words

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