Will the Detroit Red Wings trade Dylan Larkin?

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Now that the NHL Trade Deadline has past, teams are wondering who will be available this off-season, which includes the Seattle Kraken expansion draft. Elliotte Friedman has stated, coming out of the enormous Detroit/Washington deadline deal, does anyone ask Steve Yzerman about Dylan Larkin? Friedman went on to say, one of the reasons Anthony Mantha and Jakub Vrana were traded […]

The Ottawa Senators will be busy at the NHL trade deadline

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With the Ottawa Senators in complete rebuild mode and with assets acquired last season, they will look to make more trades to stock pile their draft picks for the 2021 NHL entry draft. Hailey Salvian of The Athletic considered a player like Alex Galchenyuk, but ultimately labeled Mike Reilly as the best potential NHL trade […]

February 5: This Day in NHL History

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Feb. 5 NHL History 1980: Gordie Howe receives one of the greatest spontaneous ovations ever given in sports when he steps onto the ice for the NHL All-Star Game at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. The crowd of 21,002, the largest to see an NHL game at that time, stands as one when Howe is the final […]

January 29: This Day in NHL History

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THIS DATE IN HISTORY: Jan. 29 1953: Montreal Canadiens forward Maurice Richard makes NHL history by becoming the first player to score 20 or more goals in each of his first 10 seasons. Richard reaches the milestone with the first of his two goals in Montreal’s 5-2 win against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. 1985: Center Bryan Trottier becomes the […]

January 18: This Day in NHL History

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Jan. 18 NHL History 1945: A crowd of 7,687 wait at Olympia Stadium for more than three hours to see the game between the Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers, who are delayed by bad weather. The Red Wings defeat the Rangers 7-3 in a game that began at 11:15 p.m. and ends at 12:56 a.m. 1958: Willie […]

January 17: This Day in NHL History

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Jan. 17 NHL History 1932: Roy Worters of the New York Americans becomes the fifth goaltender in NHL history to have 50 shutouts in his career. The milestone comes in the Americans’ 4-0 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Madison Square Garden. 1959: Howe plays as a defenseman for the Red Wings in a 2-1 loss to the Toronto Maple […]

January 16: This Day in NHL History

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Jan. 16 NHL History 1934: Ken Doraty scores the only overtime hat trick in NHL history, giving the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs a 7-4 victory against the Ottawa Senators. Prior to being suspended after World War II breaks out, overtime is a mandatory 10-minute period, rather than the five-minute, sudden-death format adopted when it’s restored in 1983. 1960: Gordie […]

November 20: This Day in NHL History

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November 20 NHL History 1928: The Boston Bruins play their first game at Boston Garden. After four seasons at Boston Arena (now Matthews Arena), the Bruins, then wearing brown and gold, make their debut at the Garden. A crowd estimated at 16,000 goes home disappointed when the Bruins lose 1-0 to the Montreal Canadiens. But the real star […]

November 16: This Day in NHL History

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Nov. 16 NHL History 1926: The New York Rangers are a winner in their NHL debut. One season after the New York Americans join the League and show that hockey can be a big draw in the Big Apple, the Rangers (owned by Madison Square Garden, where the Americans are a tenant) draw more than 13,000 […]

November 10: This Day in NHL History

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November 10 NHL History 1962: Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Glenn Hall doesn’t play against the Montreal Canadiens at the Forum, ending one of the most incredible games-played streak in any sport. Hall sits out with a back injury after playing 502 consecutive regular-season games, the most of any goaltender in NHL history. He plays every second of the first […]

November 6: This Day in NHL History

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THIS DATE IN HISTORY: Nov. 6 1946: The Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings play to a 3-3 tie at Olympia Stadium in a penalty-free game. It’s the first game in the Bruins’ 22-year history without a penalty. 1983: Wayne Gretzky scores four goals for his 19th NHL hat trick and assists on three others to help the Edmonton […]

October 26: This Day in NHL History

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October 26 NHL History 1978: Mario Lessard of the Kings becomes the 14th goaltender to earn a shutout in his first NHL game. Lessard’s teammates give him plenty of help by scoring six times in a victory against the Buffalo Sabres at the Forum in Inglewood, California. 1990: Wayne Gretzky becomes the first player in NHL history to reach […]