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Chicago Blackhawks need to give Artemi Panarin a deserved extension

Winning the Calder Memorial Trophy is a monumental accomplishment for any young NHL rookie. Last year’s winner, Artemi Panarin, has become one of the Chicago Blackhawks most trusted players. Which is why it makes perfect sense for the Chicago front office to meet his demands and sign him to a lengthy contract extension, keeping him […]

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Snowman’s Take: Capital Underachieving In D.C.

Ol’ Snowman is back and it’s time I hit the NHL.  For that I begin with this disclaimer: I’ve only been an NHL fan since 1989 and I still have a lot of research to catch up on with my history research with some players that have passed through the NHL.  But I’m getting there. […]

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Previewing the NHL’s Tough Central Division

Last year’s Stanley Cup champions, the Chicago Blackhawks, came out of the Western Conference’s Central Division. Will the same division produce the 2015-16 season champions? We wouldn’t bet against it. This is our 2015-16 Central Division preview. Colorado Avalanche Defense was the weakest point for a weak team in Colorado last year. The offseason addition […]

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2015 Stanley Cup Finals: Duncan Keith Cements Himself As One of Hockey’s Best

The Chicago Blackhawks have won three Stanley Cups since 2009, and can now be considered a hockey dynasty. Led by captain Jonathan Toews, Chicago saw contributions across the board from players such as Antoine Vermette, Kimmo Timonen and Teuvo Teravainen. But the team’s unquestioned star of the postseason was Conn Smythe winner, Duncan Keith. “There […]

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2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Granlund and Dubnyk Leading Charge For Hungry Wild

The Minnesota Wild are in prime position to advance to their first Stanley Cup in team history. Coach Mike Yeo has been able to get production out of a roster that wasn’t projected to make the postseason at the onset of the 2014-15 campaign. A huge reason for the teams success has been some phenomenal play […]