NHL Rumors: Jeff Carter, Mark Stone

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Will the LA Kings trade Jeff Carter? The Fourth Period: The Los Angeles Kings are engaged in active discussions with other teams about the possibility of trading centre Jeff Carter. Carter, 34, has three-years remaining on his contract after this season and has an annual salary cap hit just north of $5.272 million. The Boston […]

NHL Rumors: Ryan Dzingel, LA Kings

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Will the Ottawa Senators trade Ryan Dzingel? The Ottawa Sun: Bruce Garioch reports the Ottawa Senators want to re-sign forwards Matt Duchene and Mark Stone and would like to trade Ryan Dzingel. Garioch states there is no shortage of interest in Dzingel because teams love players who possess speed and he has been opportunistic around […]

NHL Trade Rumors January 8, 2019

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Are the Nashville Predators interested in Jeff Carter? The Fourth Period: The Nashville Predators are battling the Winnipeg Jets for top spot in the Central Division and GM David Poile is looking to add a top-six caliber forward to his roster. Poile has roughly $12.9 million in salary cap space to play with, should he […]

NHL Trade Rumors January 2, 2019

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Latest New York Rangers trade rumors TSN 1200: Pierre LeBrun was on the radio discussing the New York Rangers. He believes the New York Rangers will target Artemi Panarin in the off-season if he does not re-sign with the Columbus Blue Jackets. LeBrun also feels the Rangers could target San Jose Sharks defenceman Erik Karlsson […]

NHL Trade Rumors December 17, 2018

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Are the Boston Bruins interested in Vladimir Tarasenko? NBCSports: Joe Haggerty reports Vladimir Tarasenko is in the prime of his career at 27, has topped 30 goals each of the past four seasons while surpassing 70 points in three of the past four years with the Blues. His numbers are down this season, of course, and […]

June 21: This Day in NHL History

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June 21 NHL History 1999: The NHL announces some major changes to regular-season overtime. Under the new rules, each team will get a point in the standings for any game that’s tied after 60 minutes; a team that scores during the five-minute overtime period will receive an additional point. Also, overtime periods will be 4-on-4 (plus […]

June 13: This Day in NHL History

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June 13 NHL History 1995: The New Jersey Devils advance to the Cup Final for the first time in franchise history by defeating the visiting Philadelphia Flyers 4-2 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final. New Jersey scores four consecutive goals after Jim Montgomery scores 4:05 into the first period to put the Flyers ahead 1-0. […]

June 2: This Day in NHL History

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June 2 NHL History   1972: The NHL’s new Atlanta franchise, scheduled to begin play in the 1972-73 season, announces that the team will be called the Flames. The nickname is chosen by contest winner Mickey Goodman, a 19-year-old college student at DeKalb University. The Flames keep the name when they move to Calgary in […]

May 21: This Day in NHL History

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May 21 NHL HISTORY 1979: The Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup for the fourth consecutive season, and for the sixth time in the 1970s, by defeating the New York Rangers 4-1 in Game 5 of the Final at the Forum.  The game is tied 1-1 entering the second period, but Montreal forward Jacques Lemaire […]

April 30: This Day in NHL Hockey History

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THIS DATE IN NHL HISTORY: April 30 1972: Ken Hodge gets the only playoff hat trick of his career and Garnet “Ace” Bailey scores the winner with 2:16 remaining in the third period to give the Boston Bruins a 6-5 victory against the Rangers at Boston Garden in Game 1 of the Final. Hodge’s three […]