Preds-Blues Faceoff in Round Two

The Nashville Predators started their Stanley Cup Playoffs run on a hot start, a 4-0 sweep of the Chicago Blackhawks. Now that the rest of the first-round series are finished, the Preds find out who they will face next. The Preds will face another common Western Conference opponent in round two- the St. Louis Blues….

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Nashville Completes Total Domination of Chicago

Bridgestone Arena, right down the street from the honky tonks and country music bands of Nashville, also the perfect setting for Stanley Cup Playoff hockey. The Nashville Predators made history Thursday night. They were able to sweep the Chicago Blackhawks and advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Predators’ franchise had…

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Bruins Seek To Get Even With Ottawa at Home

The Senators and Bruins duked it out at the TD Garden Monday, with Ottawa emerging victorious. The game started out as a bloodbath in favor of the Senators, who took a 2-0 lead into the first intermission. At the start of the 2nd period, Mike Hoffman capitalized on an interference call that sent Kevin Miller…

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Nashville Takes 3-0 Series Lead Over Chicago

The Nashville and Chicago series has been a blockbuster matchup to say the least. The Western Conference first rounder began with the Predators stunning the hockey world by taking the first two games in Chicago, keeping the Blackhawks from scoring a single goal. Monday night, the series moved to Nashville for game 3, the Preds…

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Senators will try to Take 2-1 Lead Over Boston

After the Bruins blew a 3-1 lead to send Game 2 into overtime, Dion Phaneuf scored the goal that would put Ottawa even with Boston in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Chris Wideman and Derick Brassard scored the two third goals that would even out the game, both assisted by Phaneuf. The…

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Bruins Look to Take 2 Game Lead over Sens

On Wednesday, the Boston Bruins came into Ottawa and topped the Senators 2-1. Despite not even getting the puck on net for the duration of the 2nd period, Boston rallied during the 3rd. Massachusetts native Frank Vatrano scored the game tying goal, while Brad Marchand put away the game-winner with 2:33 left in regulation. Today,…

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Ottawa Senators: Trade Deadline Review

I’m not gonna lie. I really strongly dislike Alexandre Burrows. I definitely don’t like the move trading Dahlen away. But, as much as I dislike (I’m gonna try and stay away from the word “hate”) Burrows, I think that Sens fans need to just give the guy a chance. Including me. Burrows is here for…

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Why the Ottawa Senators need to win now

The Ottawa Senators traded Mika Zibanejad to the New York Rangers for Derick Brassard a couple weeks ago. Many Sens fans were quite upset by the fact that their teams new GM Pierre Dorion traded away future talent for a player who is turning 29 in September. So what is Dorion thinking with that trade?…

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The Dark History of the Montreal Wanderers

In the country of Canada, race relations. between English and Frenchmen are historically tense. However, like all Canadians, the two races enjoy hockey. In the heart of the mostly French province of Quebec, Montreal, two hockey teams were founded. One, the Wanderers would claim to represent the Englishmen, and the Montreal Canadiens would represent the…

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Rangers in good position for regular season

Yesterday the Rangers came to terms with two restricted free agents just before the arbitration period would’ve started. First off, they signed Chris Kreider to a four year contract extension worth 18.6 million dollars. That is an average value of 4.65 million dollars which is about fair considering Kreider is just 25 and he had…

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Jeff Gorton: What will he do next?

The New York Rangers new GM Jeff Gorton is looking like a genius. He has made two big trades, one involving Keith Yandle and one for Mika Zibanejad. The Rangers do not have a lot of cap space so last offseason they had to trade Carl Hagelin and this offseason they had to trade Keith…

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