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The Chicago Blackhawks have acquired Dylan Strome and Brendan Perlini from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for Nick Schmaltz. All 3 players have struggled this year, in 20 games Strome has 6 points, in 22 games Perlini has 6 points and in 23 games Schmaltz has 11 points. It is very early to give up on Dylan Strome who picked #3 in the 2015 NHL … Continue reading Blackhawks acquire Strome and Perlini
WHL Power Rankings 1. Prince Albert Raiders 14-1-0-0 Ian Scott (TOR) is the best goalie in the WHL and Brett Leason had a career high points of 32 before this year and he already has 30 this year! 2. Vancouver Giants 10-2-2-0 Led by 2019 Eligible Dman Bowen Byram, Ty Ronning and Tyler Benson graduated but James Malm leads the team with 15 points 3. … Continue reading WHL Top 5: October 26
What a career for Jordin Tootoo.
How many guys can say they had as many tucks in their first four NHL games as an entire season of Bantam AAA hockey?
If you’re an NCAA hockey fan you know of these guys, if you’re not, you need to.
There isn’t many bright spots in the YOW.
This season, there’s a few netminders across the pond who could garner some attention from hockey fans.
Despite an early goal being called off, the Canadians stomped on the Swiss. Kirby Dach’s goal 50 seconds into the first period was called off due to a kneeing penalty (thanks Krebs?), but that didn’t slow down the home soil squad. Ottawa 67’s forward Graeme Clarke opened the scoring off a friendly bounce off the end wall to put Canada up 1-0. Seven minutes into … Continue reading Canada waxes the floor with Switzerland in Hlinka Gretzky Cup opener
Volume 1 of promotions and relegation’s makes a stop in the Czech Republic.