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Lightning Trade Bishop to Los Angeles

Huge news on the trade front today as the Los Angeles Kings have acquired goaltender Ben Bishop from the Tampa Bay Lightning. This coming just 2 days after Jonathan Quick was medically cleared to play for the first time since opening night. The reported deal would have the Lightning acquiring Peter

NHL Trade Deadline Primer: Pacific Division

As we get closer and closer to the highly anticipated NHL Trade Deadline, our team here at We Live For Hockey is going to go through each division, with deadline primers. With many teams in the mix of rumours and some just merely out of the playoff picture, moves are

Ducks acquire Patrick Eaves from Stars

The Dallas Stars announced today that they have traded winger Patrick Eaves to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for a conditional second-round pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. The conditions to the pick are as followed: "Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that the club has acquired a

Flames strengthen blueline by adding Stone

Calgary, AB - The Arizona Coyotes have traded defenceman Michael Stone to the Calgary Flames in exchange for a third-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft and a conditional fifth-rounder in 2018, according to Bob McKenzie. The Flames will only have to give up the conditional pick if Stone re-signs in Calgary. The

Flames Sign D Matt Bartkowski

The Calgary Flames announced today that the team has signed defenseman Matt Bartkowski to a 2-year, two-way deal. This coming just 24 hours after the team announced he'd be joining the club on a PTO contract. Bartkowski, who has spent this season with the Boston Bruins AHL affiliate, the Providence Bruins, has

WATCH: Alex Chiasson Gets Ejected For Spear on Nick Cousins

The Calgary Flames beat the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday night 3-1 but that wasn't the biggest story of the game. The biggest story came courtesy of a spear in the first period. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S20QoTwrSrU At 7:41 in the first period, as Calgary forward Alex Chiasson headed towards the players bench, he proceeded to

Martin Havlat announces retirement from professional hockey

Forward Martin Havlat announced his retirement from professional hockey on Wednesday.  After 14 seasons in the NHL, he's calling it a career. Havlat has 594 points in 790 career games with the Senators, Blackhawks, Wild, Sharks and the Blues.  His best season was in 08-09, when he had 77 points in 81

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