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The push to the playoffs is heating up around the National Hockey League, but in the Western Conference there seems to be another new team being added to the mix every day.

The Western Conference playoff race is multi-team oriented with the Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota Wild, and Vancouver Canucks […]

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After three days of meetings in Boca Raton, Florida, the National Hockey League general managers decided though the game was in good shape and changes needed to be made.

The general managers considered the three-day mini conference an excellent use of time because of the amount and quality ideas that were being discussed.

The […]

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“Do You Believe in Miracles? Yes.”

Those words were spoken by legendary sports commentator Al Michaels 35 years ago in Lake Placid. The United States hockey team defeated the Soviet Union 4-3 in a medal round to advance to the gold medal game against Finland.

This moment in sports history is the greatest upset […]

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One the greatest goalies, if not the greatest goalie in the history of the game, will be hanging up the skates forever.

Martin Brodeur announced his retirement from the NHL after 22 seasons on Thursday at a press conference held in St. Louis.

For most around the hockey world, they knew this day would […]

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Canada is Golden Again

On January 6, 2015 By

“The Streak is Broken.” Those were words uttered by Team Canada captain Curtis Lazar along with every Canadian watching on Monday night.

Canada’s five year gold medal drought is over at the World Junior Hockey Championships, but they did not make it easy.

In one of the most exciting gold medal games in recent memory. […]

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For Slovakia, it was a monumental victory. Their one previous win was a World Junior medal (bronze) which came in 1999 in Winnipeg.

The team nobody thought would make it into the medal round shocked the world by capturing its second medal at the World Juniors in team history. Again, it was a bronze medal, […]

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