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  1. Heh...but i favor this. CALGARY -- Jacob Markstrom made 32 saves to help the Calgary Flames to a 3-0 win against the Vancouver Canucks at Scotiabank Saddledome on Saturday. The shutout is Markstrom's sixth in the NHL and comes in his first game against his former team. He signed a six-year, $36 million contract with the Flames on Oct. 9 after playing the previous seven seasons with the Canucks. "First home game for me and unfortunately there's no fans in the stands, but hopefully a lot people were watching and enjoyed the victory," Markstrom said. "Sp
  2. Big Z was offered 1 yr at 1.3 mil, but was told he'd have to be reduced to a 3rd pair role, and he respectfully declined... Fair enough, he is aging and slowing, and it's time to see what the younings can bring. Thanks for the years big Z
  3. PRO HOCKEY TALK | NBC SPORTS Select TeamSubscribe: Zdeno Chara signs one-year deal with Capitals By Marisa IngemiDec 30, 2020, 4:01 PM EST Getty Images In a stunner on Wednesday afternoon, Zdeno Chara signed a one-year, $795,000 deal with the Washington Capitals. “We are extremely pleased to have Zdeno join the Capitals organization,” said Capitals GM Brian MacLellan. “We feel his experience and leadership will strengthen our blueline and
  4. This was a great glimpse into what is happening in the NHL. I've seen a lot of people detail some history about teams and breaking news. This is great to see because the NHL does not have the same coverage that sports like football and basketball have. Hopefully, this can be the best source for people when you want to see a place for Flames news and other teams as well.

  5. Here is the link.... https://www.nbcsports.com/boston/bruins/top-10-prospects-bruins-organization-entering-2020-21-nhl-season?fbclid=IwAR1Lwt2RxRiM0vig-8_fX52xs03ARDwUBYfqTdQY4xj2dBYdRpDRnGCPzZ0
  6. Top 10 prospects in Bruins organization entering 2020-21 NHL season The Boston Bruins have an older veteran core that could probably make one or two more runs at a Stanley Cup title. But what happens after that championship window closes? The best teams replace aging veterans with talented prospects who rise up through the organization and become impact players. Many of these prospects are acquired in the draft. The Bruins' prospect pool is not loaded with high-end talent. However, there are a few players in the system with really exciting skill sets and a bright fut
  7. Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick, voice of NHL on NBC, announces retirement By Sean Leahy, Oct 19, 2020, 9:46 AM EDT Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick, among the most acclaimed, respected and beloved sportscasters of all time, announced his retirement today following a 47-year career broadcasting professional hockey, including the last 15 as the lead play-by-play voice for NBC Sports’ NHL coverage. Synonymous with hockey in the United States, Emrick rose from calling college and minor league hockey in the 1970s to voicing the most important hockey g
  8. A brief history of Flames goaltending (post-Kiprusoff) OCTOBER 14, 2020, 8:00 AM | RYAN PIKE Once upon a time, the San Jose Sharks traded third-string goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff to the Calgary Flames in exchange for a second round draft selection. The draft selection became Marc-Eduoard Vlasic, while Kiprusoff became the best goaltender the Flames ever had. (Sometimes trades work out well for everybody.) But since Kiprusoff hung up his pads in 2013, the Flames have trotted out many, many goaltenders trying to fill the void. This is their story.
  9. Rangers agree with top pick Alexis Lafrenière on rookie contract Alexis Lafrenière isn’t going back to play junior hockey in Quebec, and the Rangers hope he’s on the ice in New York sooner than later. The Rangers agreed to terms Monday with the No. 1 draft pick on his three-year, entry-level contract that includes the lucrative bonuses typical for a player selected in that spot. Lafrenière as expected won’t return to Rimouski Oceanic of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, which has started its season, and general manager Jeff Gorton hopes to get him to
  10. The Vegas Golden Knights have signed defenceman Alex Pietrangelo to a seven-year, $61.6 million contract with an AAV of $8.8 million.
  11. When i watch that interview, it puzzles me, unless i missed something... Says he wanted to remain a bruin, and i am pretty sure that the bruins offering him damn close to what the blues did, if not exact, so when he's asked "how close were you to staying in Boston", and he says "Not Close", that just kind of blows my mind, almost as if he was saying there were no talks/offers. Either way, (imo) he a PP specialist and was never that great at actually playing defense, great skater/puck mover willing to throw a hit or fight if need be, but i'm looking for a guy who's gonna
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