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The Growth of Swiss Hockey In The NHL

With last night being a sample size of how Naters, Switzerland product Nico Hischier robbed The Washington Capitals on a turnover for a Datsyukian goal last night. It didn't take long for the 1st overall pick to showoff his skill set last night At The Prudential Center. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDJUQxvTpNo With the way Swiss

Anaheim’s Expansion Woes

The Issue To put it simply, Anaheim has no movement clause issues, which are going to result in the Ducks losing a very good player. As it stands Anaheim has given no move clauses to Getzlaf, Perry, Kesler, and Bieksa. Out of those four Kevin Bieksa is the man giving Anaheim

“And the hits just keep on coming”

As if the Calgary Flames season didn’t include enough disappointment along the way. The Flames head into the trade deadline, with a barrage of bad luck threatening their future. Three recent injuries, Kari Ramo, Kris Russell, and Ladislav Smid, coupled with a landmark 20 game suspension on Dennis Wideman, are providing impediments

Stars 4 Blackhawks 2: Game Recap

The Stars came into Thursdays tilt with the Hawks seeking revenge, and they got it. The Stars had some jump in their step for the first period, scoring 4 goals. The Blackhawks looked sluggish and a step slow to every puck through the first half of the game, and it proved

Game Preview: Dallas Stars at Chicago Blackhawks

The Dallas Stars travel to the United Center to take on the Chicago Blackhawks as they seek revenge after being embarrassed on home ice just 5 days ago. Lets take a look at how these two central division rivals stack up: Dallas Stars (54 GP-34 W-15 L-5 OTL-73 Points): Teams leaders: Points: Jamie Benn-61 Goals: Jamie Benn-28 Assist:

Sharks blank the Blackhawks, ending their 3 game winning streak

Wrap-up The San Jose Sharks came into Tuesdays game a little bit sluggish as of late, but they ended up shutting out the red hot Blackhawks 2-0 with goals from Patrick Marleau and Joe Thornton. The ultimate deciding factor in this game came late in the first period as Brandon Mashinter appeared to score a goal

Game Preview: Sharks visit the Blackhawks

The Chicago Blackhawks take on the San Jose Sharks at 7:30CT (5:30PT) at the United Center. Lets take a look at how each of these stack up: San Jose Sharks (51 GP-27 W-20 L-4 OTL-58 points) Last 5 games: 2 W-2 L-1 OTL Leaders: Points: Joe Pavelski-51 Goals: Joe Pavelski-25 Assist: Joe Thornton-33 Plus/Minus: Joe Pavelski-+17 Wins: Martin Jones-24 Projected

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