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Drew Doughty Nominated for King Clancy Memorial Trophy

The National Hockey League announced today the list of nominees for the 2017-18 King Clancy Memorial Trophy, and Drew Doughty of the LA Kings was nominated. 517 more words

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Drew Doughty has been nominated for the James Norris Memorial Trophy

LA Kings defenseman and assistant captain Drew Doughty has been nominated for the James Norris Memorial Trophy, the National Hockey League announced Thursday.

The Norris Trophy is an annual award given to the defenseman who demonstrates throughout the season the greatest all-round ability in the position. 372 more words

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Norris Trophy Finalist Discussion

Well, well, well would look at this here. The NHL once again snubbed players for the Norris trophy. Year after year this happens and this year they messed up BIG time. 1,157 more words

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NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Headlines: Is EVERYTHING a suspension?

People all of sudden it becomes playoff hockey and everyone and their grandmothers are calling for a suspension on every hit or play. For example, the Drew Doughty scenario, ok yeah he clipped Carrier a little high and it was a blow to the head, but cmon, Doughty did not go into that play with the intention, let me crush Carriers head. 661 more words

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Episode Pavel Bure (196): NHL Player Bryan Bickell Talks About Life with MS. Stanley Cup Playoffs Begin!

NHL Player and Stanley Cup Champion Bryan Bickell talks to us about life with MS and some important people he’s supporting at the Boston marathon. Check out his story at… 104 more words

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NHL Week in Review (April 8-14)

The playoffs are here and the intensity is already on high in most of the series as the games are getting so much more important. 972 more words

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Quick, Fleury Turning Series into Battle of Goalies

The Vegas Golden Knights currently have a 2-0 series lead over the Los Angeles Kings after the first two playoff games in Vegas history.

A total of 4 goals have been scored between the two teams in the first two games. 237 more words

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