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Mike Babcock was so mad at a referee, he asked Pierre McGuire for help

Mike Babcock and NBC’s Pierre McGuire often have a contentious relationship with their in-game banter. Whenever McGuire talks to Babcock, his disdain for the process can’t be hidden. However, after a terrible call on his team when Braden Holtby slipped and fell untouched in the first period… enemies united together to become friends. (

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Daniel Alfredsson may still return to the Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings have completed roughly 10% of their 2014-15 season and there’s still no telling if Daniel Alfredsson will be joining them. The club is still optimistic, but Alfredsson’s return weighs heavily on the health of his back. The 41-year-old is reportedly improving, but apparently he’s not there quite yet. As seen in […]

Sabres

Sabres manage just 10 shots against the Maple Leafs

The Sabres are bad. Very, very bad. We’ll have to wait and see if they’re able to surpass their dismal record of 21-51-10 from last year, but they’re well on their way to another disappointing season in 2014-15. Perhaps the best indication that the Sabres are still a long way from icing a competitive team […]

Kings

Injuries and Voynov situation force Kings to play shorthanded

The Los Angeles Kings find themselves in a difficult position when they skate against the Philadelphia Flyers. Due to injuries around the roster to Marian Gaborik, Trevor Lewis and most recently Anze Kopitar along with the ongoing Slava Voynov investigation, the Kings will be shorthanded on their bench. The Kings will only be able to […]

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Get ready for Cam Neely’s Sea Bass cameo in Dumb and Dumber Two

When news broke that a sequel to Dumb and Dumber was being filmed, hockey fans questioned whether Boston Bruins President Cam Neely would reprise his role as Sea Bass. Arguably the most popular character in Dumb and Dumber outside of Harry and Lloyd, Neely’s Sea Bass has a huge following. As time wore on, a Sea […]

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Stars are worried about Anders Lindback and their backup goaltending

The Dallas Stars may have a problem in net. Kari Lehtonen has played well, but the team is lacking stability behind him and may need to explore new options beyond Anders Lindback. Lindback was supposed to be the solution after the team used Dan Ellis and Tim Thomas in previous seasons, but so far he has lacked […]

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Hockey Fights of the Week: 10/20 – 10/26

The 2014-15 season is in full swing and we’re ready to bring you the second installment of Hockey Fights of the Week this year. Despite the action on the ice heating up and several teams scrambling and battling to get their year on track, the gloves haven’t been tossed too often. The NHL’s Department of […]

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Scott Hartnell swings his stick at LA’s bench, punches Martin Jones

Things got heated between the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Los Angeles Kings in a hurry in their game on Sunday afternoon. Just a few minutes into the first period, tempers boiled over. Jordan Nolan reached over the boards and nudged Scott Hartnell with his stick. Hartnell wasn’t exactly pleased and swung his stick towards […]

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Dallas Eakins’ job saved by Oilers winning streak

The Edmonton Oilers were able to string together three consecutive wins over the past week and it couldn’t have come at a better time. After starting the year 0-4-1, the Oilers were floundering and barely looked competitive. The blame, as always, fell on the head coach and Dallas Eakins’ job appeared to be in serious […]

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Nazem Kadri says Maple Leafs “have to start caring more”

After eight games, the Toronto Maple Leafs sit near the bottom of the Atlantic Division with a 3-4-1 record. While the team’s early record is disappointing enough as is, the manner in which the Maple Leafs have started the year is what’s really worrisome. Tactics aren’t working. Motivation is lacking. Effort, as a whole, is […]

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SPHL player suffers severe cut, hockey stick used as a tourniquet

There was a frightening moment in the SPHL game between the Huntsville Havoc and the Peoria Rivermen when Justin Cseter of the Havoc suffered a severe cut to his leg from a skate blade. The cut appeared to happen above the knee and was so severe a tourniquet had to be fashioned with a hockey stick. There was […]

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Flyers desperate for help on defense, reach out to Ryan Whitney

The Philadelphia Flyers suffered some brutal luck when both Braydon Coburn and Andrew MacDonald went down with injuries. Both men are expected to be out about a month, meaning Philadelphia’s questionable defense now has a couple of major holes. Considering the trade market appears to be fairly quiet, especially when it comes to defense, what are […]

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Report: Billionaire William Foley trying to bring the NHL to Vegas

The New York Post is reporting that billionaire William Foley is attempting to bring the NHL to Las Vegas. The article mentions that Foley aims to have a team in Vegas by the 2017-18 season. As always, consider the source. The New York Post doesn’t have the cleanest of records, but this specific report is […]

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Top 3 most expensive games for Devils tickets

The New Jersey Devils enter the 2014-15 campaign two years removed from their magical postseason run to the Stanley Cup Finals. Many of the players on that 2012-13 team are now long gone, including stars Zach Parise (signed as a free agent to the Minnesota Wild) and Ilya Kovalchuk (bolted to the KHL of Russia.) […]

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