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Leonard "Red" Kelly

Perhaps one of the most famously diverse players in NHL history was Red Kelly. Several star players have alternated between forward and defense, but arguably no one did it better than Kelly, though perhaps… 1,029 more words


Canucks Throughout History - Harold Snepsts

Harold Snepsts was drafted in the fourth round in 1974 as a twenty year-old by the Canucks and joined the Canucks on the upswing. Snepsts actually played in 27 games during his first year and though he managed only 1 goal and 3 points, his role was clear. 593 more words


Capitals Development Camp: Time to Scrimmage

Photos By Brittney Marcum

The men attending development camp at the Washington Capitals Arlington, Virginia training facility finally had a chance to show off their skills on Saturday. 479 more words

Canucks Throughout History - Dennis Kearns

Kearns, who was born in 1945 and joined the Canucks in 1971, was a unique sort of defenseman. At 5’9″, he was smaller than most defenders, but his 185 lb frame somewhat made up for his lack of vertical fortitude. 659 more words


Caps and Their Defense Gap

Now that we know Nate Schmidt won’t be on the Caps roster next season, we are left wondering what the defense might look like. Additionally, we can assume with a high degree of confidence, that Karl Alzner won’t be back either.We have read that he is exploring his options as well. 1,143 more words

Kenny Reardon

Kenny Reardon was one of the most feared players in the late 1940s. Beginning his career at the young age of 19 in 1940, Reardon was not the kind of defenseman to wow you with great offensive skills like those of… 448 more words