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Dallas Stars See Their Odds for the 2018 Stanley Cup Go Sky-High

Las Vegas has recently produced its 2018 Stanley Cup odds and the Dallas Stars have further improved their standing. However, the situation was quite different during the 2016-17 season for the same team. Inconsistent play and injuries took the team which had aspirations for the Stanley Cup into one that ended up in the bottom-ten bracket. The Stars made this …

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Should The Chicago Blackhawks Bring Back Black Alternate Jerseys?

The mid 1990’s.  An era when a trend began of introducing alternate jerseys for NHL clubs. In fact, some teams even got greedy and carried four sweaters. And, a majority of teams who unveiled a third jersey typically donned a black uniform — even if black wasn’t a part of the organization’s color scheme. The black third jersey trend received, …

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PODCAST: Who Will Win The Conn Smythe Trophy For The 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs?

McKenna’s NHL Podcast via Hooked On Hockey Magazine weighs in on who should take home the Conn Smythe Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has taken his game to ‘a whole another level’ but will it still be enough to help Pittsburgh hoist Lord Stanley for the …

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Three Things To Know For Game Four: Pittsburgh Penguins Vs. San Jose Sharks

Thanks to San Jose Sharks rookie forward Joonas Donskoi’s overtime game-winning goal in game three on Saturday night it’s now safe to say that we officially have a series between the Sharks and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Donskoi’s dramatic game-winner took place in front of 17,562 fans at the SAP Center in San Jose, the Shark Tank, which so happened to …

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The Edmonton Oilers May Move These Players By The 2016 NHL Trade Deadline

As the Edmonton Oilers prepare to face the Colorado Avalanche tonight, many questions surround the team as to what this team will look like after the NHL trade deadline 9 days from now. The Oilers will be sellers at this deadline, as once again they find themselves near the bottom of the standings in February. It has been a disappointing …

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Canucks Follow Up Poor Effort From Saturday With Similar Performance Vs Wild

The Canucks played arguably their worst game on Saturday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs who have the worst roster in the NHL. Despite opening the scoring, the effort level was horrible from start to finish and the Leafs dictated the pace and style of play all game. They had a majority of the offensive zone time and the better …

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