New York Islanders: 5 Choices For The Next Captain

New York Islanders: Eyes on Isles Podcast Ep 48 Preview by Matt O’Leary GLENDALE, AZ – JANUARY 22: Anders Lee The New York Islanders are left without a captain since John

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New Jersey Devils: Yegor Sharangovich Signs Entry-Level Deal

NEWARK, NJ – JULY 14: New Jersey Devils forward Yegor Sharangovich (55) skates during the New Jersey Devils Development Camp scrimmage on July 14, 2018 at the Prudential Center in

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New York Rangers: Five best prospects who will play overseas in 18-19

New York Rangers’ prospect Libor Hajek oozes potential by Kyle Wentworth New York Rangers’ coaching hires are good, rumored roles are curious by John Williams The New York Rangers have

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2017-18 Player Review: Dale Weise, what is it you say you do here?

If you thought Dale Weise was underwhelming in his first year with the Flyers last season after signing a four-year contract in free agency, the bar might have been set

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Improving the Fan Experience At Nationwide Arena – A Hypothetical Exercise

Summer is a slow time for hockey news, and we are probably all sick of debating the Artemi Panarin situation (there’s still no update on his situation, though he and

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Washington Capitals: Tom Wilson worth more than stats

Washington Capitals: Tom Wilson worth more than stats  Stars and Sticks Best Moments from the Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup Run  Good Night, Good Hockey (blog) Fantasy Hockey Breaking News  Rotoworld.com Full coverage https://starsandsticks.com/2018/07/18/washington-capitals-tom-wilson-worth-stats/

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With Blueger signed, the Penguins’ offseason work is almost done

The Penguins continued offseason chores on Tuesday, signing three of their young restricted free agents for 2018-19. It’s a bit of a formality at this point but nice and important

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Islanders keep young defenseman in town for two more years

Rather than go long term for a player of whom they think a lot, the Islanders were able to sign restricted free-agent defenseman Ryan Pulock to a two-year bridge deal

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You Would Think: Ray Emery’s Impact on the Philadelphia Flyers

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The passing of goaltender Ray Emery over the weekend shocked and saddened the hockey world. The 2001 draftee of the Ottawa Senators (99th overall),

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Rangers’ makeover continues with two rookie coaching hires

The Rangers and general manager Jeff Gorton were looking for something “fresh” behind the bench after dismissing Alain Vigneault and most of his veteran crew within hours of last season’s

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