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The Rookie Report - Top Ten Freshman in the Calder Trophy Race

I always find the Calder Memorial Trophy to be one of the most intriguing award races throughout the course of an NHL season. Rookie players are volatile and predicting their value at the start of the campaign is incredibly difficult. 2,475 more words

Hockey

Know Your Enemy: Clayton Keller

The Arizona Coyotes aren’t very good. I can stand firmly behind that statement thanks to a solid 19 points on the season, good for 30th place in the NHL. 575 more words

Boston Bruins

Matt Barzal impact on Islanders offense

Before the season started Matt Barzal was set to be on the opening night roster, now before the season started a ton of writers and Islander fans had a lot of praise for Barzal, they knew his skating ability was above and beyond the average player, they understood his hockey awareness was top notch. 375 more words

Nhl

Calder Trophy: The Case for Mathew Barzal

Thomas Robertson

Who is the best rookie in the NHL? Oddsmakers would tell you it’s Vancouver’s Brock Boeser or Arizona’s Clayton Keller. I’m here to tell you the oddsmakers are dead wrong. 381 more words

Sports

Sophomore Slump: Myth or Monster?

The past few years we have seen generational talents rise up through the ranks and make big impacts on the league: Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel, Auston Matthews. 668 more words

Rookie Elite: From Bure To Boeser

The day has come.

There is a Canuck rookie as electrifying as Pavel Bure once was. This both saddens and excites me as Pavel Bure is the reason I became a Canucks fan and felt no player could ever hold a candle to his ability on the ice in a Canucks uniform. 824 more words

Canucks

Dale Hawerchuk Night: fans share their memories of #10...by Chuck Duboff

WINNIPEG, MB – OCTOBER 22: Dale Hawerchuk #10 of the Winnipeg Jets alumni team acknowledges the crowd during team introductions for the 2016 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic Alumni Game to be played against the Edmonton Oilers alumni at Investors Group Field on October 22, 2016 in Winnipeg, Canada. 682 more words

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