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The Calgary Flames and Dallas Stars made headlines on Wednesday night by making a massive trade which ended up sending Chris Tanev to the Stars in a three-team trade with the New Jersey Devils. The full trade was the Stars acquiring Tanev and prospect Cole Brady, the Flames acquiring Artem Grushnikov, a 2024 second-round pick,
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The Calgary Flames continue to sell as they have now traded Chris Tanev to the Dallas Stars for a 2024 second-round pick, a conditional 2026 third-round pick (contingent on the Stars advancing to the Stanley Cup Final), and prospect Artem Grushnikov. The Flames are also retaining 50 percent of Tanev’s salary. The New Jersey Devils
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The Vancouver Canucks have had some rough luck with high picks. They narrowly missed out on selecting Gilbert Perrault first overall in their inaugural draft, traded away Rick Vaive, Bill Derlago, and Cam Neely before they became stars, and whiffed on several top picks in the late 1980s and 1990s. So when top-prospect Cody Hodgson
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Hindsight is great because it allows us to look back at events and determine if the correct decisions were made. 10 years later and it is clear there were some misses in the 2012 NHL Draft including the top four selections. Now that we know how these players turned out, here is a re-draft of
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*this was updated ahead of the 2023-24 season Having the “C” stitched onto a jersey has been a tradition in hockey for over a century. Arguably the biggest honor a team can bestow upon a player, the NHL has had many iconic captains over the years from Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux to Scott Niedermayer
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If you’re not sure how excited to get about the Winnipeg Jets’ upcoming season, you’re not alone. The Jets made another early playoff exit last season after a promising first half and are now retooling to some degree. Pierre-Luc Dubois was traded and Blake Wheeler was bought out, but the changes haven’t been as drastic
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Signed to a three-year deal by the Vancouver Canucks on the opening day of free agency, Carson Soucy brings plenty of experience and physicality to Vancouver’s lineup. The 6-foot-5, left-shot defenceman played the last two seasons with the Seattle Kraken and brings 650 games of experience to the Canucks’ blue line. Here are five fun
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