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The Jack Adams Award Goes To...

Everyone on Twitter has been recently trying to argue as to why (not) Kris Letang should win the Norris Trophy.  I have also seen many tweets and polls discussing the argument of Crosby vs. 1,491 more words

Once Unlikely Players Who Could Now Win MVP

For the longest time it has been clear Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane will be a Hart Trophy candidate. Kane has been tied or has led the NHL in scoring since November 9th. 1,042 more words


Cory Schneider & the Resurrected Devils


So far, that is Cory Schneider’s legacy in the Garden State.

The Devils have been a team that, in my recent memory, have sustained the loss of Zach Parise in his prime, watched Patrik Elias play his way out of his best scoring years, and have long led a fruitless, multi-year search for youth and goal scoring. 524 more words


The Morning Skate, Dec. 15: Canucks' future Norris Trophy winner cut from world junior team

Reading Larry Brooks’ column about the New York Rangers’ midseason crisis really brought home how little the Canucks have to show for this season.

Remember a week ago when consecutive wins over Buffalo and the Rangers presented a glimmer of hope? 2,196 more words

Ultimate Fighting Championship

scrub on skates

A birthday today for Roy Worters, born this day in 1900, in Toronto. Shrimp they called him, of course, because he was a tiny goaltender, smaller even than Darren Pang. 207 more words

On This Day

The Morning Skate, Oct. 5: Zack's back, rate the Canucks, Boeser scores!

A tweet from a Montreal Canadiens beat writer caught my eye on Saturday night:

Zack Kassian, invisible for most of the night, has been replace by Devante Smith-Pelly next to Galchenyuk and Eller…

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Grand trophy haul for Carey Price

By Michael Traikos

LAS VEGAS — All Carey Price wanted to do was escape.

The Montreal Canadiens had lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the second round of the playoffs — a loss that Price foolishly blamed himself for — and he did not want to sit around watching someone else lift the Stanley Cup again. 826 more words