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Don’t wait to jump on Anthony Mantha bandwagon; Red Wings’ prospect protocol is gone | The Detroit Hustle
Anthony Mantha may be one of the best prospects that the Wings have ever had. He is so incredibly intriguing, for a variety of reasons. Whether he is up with the Wings next season or not, I cannot wait until he dawns the Winged Wheel full-time.
Taking a look at some of the Mule's stats.
Tomas Tatar is already in the play of the year semifinals.
Capitals hire Barry Trotz as head coach, promote Brian MacLellan to GM | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
While the hire of Trotz was expected, I still disagree with it. As for MacLellan, he's an unproven commodity, but that is not always a bad thing. Needless to say, these next few months will be interesting ones for the Caps.
Report: Avs’ Giguere set to retire | ProHockeyTalk
J.S. Giguere won the Conn Smythe Trophy with Anaheim in 2003.
Canadiens look to Boston comeback for hope - Sportsnet.ca
Nothing's over until the fat lady sings, as they say. I do not expect the Canadiens to comeback though. Defeating a team with a goaltender like Lundqvist is not the easiest of tasks.
Should a team roll the dice on Dubnyk? | ProHockeyTalk
Whether Dubnyk can get a spot as a starting goaltender next season is a tough, doubtful question. He's one of the most average goaltenders in the league, which in this case is not a good thing.
Ryan McDonagh trade is best in Rangers history | USA Today
Remember Scott Gomez? He is who McDonagh was traded for.
Rangers vs. Canadiens: Martin St. Louis scores game-winning goal in Game 4 - SBNation.com
The Callahan for St. Louis trade is finally beginning to pay huge dividends for the Rangers.
Eakins: There's no bad blood with Yakupov - Sportsnet.ca
That is what he wants you to think.
Yzerman thinks BriseBois will have ‘long and outstanding career’ as NHL GM | ProHockeyTalk
He is Yzerman's assistant in Tampa Bay.
In times of trouble Rangers trust in strong PK, Lundqvist | TSN
When I find myself in times of trouble, Henrik Lundqvist comes to me, speaking some Swedish "stoppa pucken".
With Trotz gone, here’s the NHL’s coaching vacancy landscape | ProHockeyTalk
The Canucks, Panthers, and Hurricanes still all have openings. Holding out for Babcock I presume?
Let's Go Red Wings!