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Author: Nick McVicar

Wings Clipped – Anaheim Ducks Injuries Slow Their Start

in Game Six of the Western Conference Final during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Bridgestone Arena on May 22, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. This season was supposed to be a good one. But so far, the media and everyone in the NHL world have been talking about the Anaheim Ducks injuries more than their play on the ice. And unfortunately, their woes will continue for a little longer. As we were putting this article together, Ducks defenceman Cam Fowler went down awkwardly in tonights game against the Montreal Canadiens. Stay tuned for his status going forward. Initial Injuries...

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Shining Start – Colorado Avalanche Hot Start Giving Fans Hope

Four games into the season and the Vegas Golden Knights aren’t the only team surprising in the Western Conference. The Colorado Avalanche‘s hot start to the season is one that has Avs fans around the world excited. The team is scoring and, more importantly, keeping the puck out of their net. But how much of this is the actual team and how much of this is just a good four games. Shining Start – Colorado Avalanche Hot Start Giving Fans Hope What’s Worked So far the Avs have been in every game. This includes their only loss to the...

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Nashville Predators Trade History: Best and Worst Trades of All-Time

The History of Trade is a mini series going through each team’s best and worst trades of all time. Each team has their own history and some may cross over, but the series will try to stick to each team. This article will focus on the Nashville Predators trade history, finding the best and worst of all time. A team that surprised many last season, the Nashville Predators have a very simple trading history. They have thankfully avoided blockbuster deals against, but also have stayed away from many in the favour. That’s not to say they haven’t acquired or...

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Montreal Canadiens Trade History: Best and Worst Trades of All-Time

2002 Season: Patrick Roy blocker save from above. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images) The History of Trade is a mini series going through each team’s best and worst trades of all time. Each team has their own history and some may cross over, but the series will try to stick to each team. This article will focus on the Montreal Canadiens trade history, finding the best and worst of all time. For a team that’s been around for longer than the NHL itself, the Montreal Canadiens have a truly historic trade history. From acquiring the picks that turned...

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