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Steven Stamkos scores two late goals to lead Lightning over Coyotes

Steven Stamkos poured in two third period goals as the Tampa Bay Lightning steamed past the Arizona Coyotes 4-3 Friday evening. Brayden Point and Corey Perry also scored for Tampa (31-11-6). Clayton Keller had a goal and an assist while Alex Galchenyuk and Nick Schmaltz also scored for Arizona (12-32-4). Brian Elliott made 16 saves…

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Special Teams High Sticking Night Spectacular For Bolts

By Peter Bojarinov Raw Charge/Jablam Sports TAMPA, FL.  Anthony Cirelli snatched back the lead for Tampa Bay as the Lightning edged the New Jersey Devils 3-2 Thursday evening. Alex Killorn, and Mathieu Joseph scored for Tampa (29-10-5). Damon Severson had a goal and an assist, Jack Hughes had a goal for New Jersey (15-22-5). Andrei…

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Eggs Kraked Late For Eventual Shootout Win

By Peter Bojarinov JABLAM SPORTS  SEATTLE, WA. Ryan Donato tied up late and won in a shootout as the Seattle Kraken caught a close win versus the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 Monday afternoon. Vince Dunn scored for Seattle (11-23-4). Dominik Kubalik had a goal and an assist for Chicago (15-18-6). Philipp Grubauer made 25 saves for…

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Blues Continue Their Home Streak Lead By Husso

Ville Husso only allowed one puck by him, won his first game since November 27th. By: Peter Bojarinov Jablam Sports ST.LOUIS, MO – Pavel Buchnevich had a three point as the St.Louis Blues defeated the Washington Capitals 5-1 at Enterprise Center on Friday night in their 11th straight home win. Torey Krug, Oskar Sundqvist, and…

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Selke Trophy voting: a valuable exercise in futility

The evaluation of defensive play throughout NHL history has always been a work in progress, especially when you get outside of the bubble of NHL coaching and management and delve into the media and general public’s opinion on it. While we can go back as far as the start of the NHL in 1917/18 to see offensive statistics like goals, assists and points, in terms of defensive play we’re left to nothing but the word of people at the time who saw them play, and, if we’re lucky, some grainy footage.

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The Leafs Aren’t Missing Nazem Kadri, They Have The Core Four

By Peter BojarinovJABLAM SPORTS TORONTO, Ont. Auston Matthews had his fourth career hat-trick as the Toronto Maple Leafs demolished the Colorado Avalanche 8-3 at Scotiabank Arena Wednesday night. John Tavares had a goal and two assists, and William Nylander a goal and a single assist for Toronto (17-6-1), while Jason Spezza, Travis Dermott, Pierre Engvall…

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Using Canada’s prior roster building to help project the 2022 Olympic team

It has been eight years since Canada participated in a true best-on-best tournament, and the landscape of the hockey world has changed dramatically since then.

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Patrice Bergeron: More than just a brain on skates

“There’s a difference between working hard and working smart,” said Patrice Bergeron’s Providence Bruins linemate Andrew Hilbert. “And he works smart.”

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Last Night I Lost Even More Feeling In My Feet

Last night I lost even more feeling in my feet. I need help from anyone who can help in getting me a visa to move to a country with a much warmer climate for the rest of my life. Please help me if you can, in any way. A quick history. I was misdiagnosed with…

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Are The Maple Leafs Wasting Money On Mitch Marner?

Toronto, ON – On another Wednesday night, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews was the star, lighting up the ice.  Oh, and Mitch Marner helped too. There’s been talk across the National Hockey League (NHL) that the Maple Leafs are top-heavy in contracts. When you have top superstars, you pay them the big bucks. Auston…

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