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Rangers Survive But Face An Uphill Battle

Rangers Survive But Face An Uphill Battle

Greg Smith May 11, 2014 0

Justin K. Aller/Getty Images The New York Rangers looked like a beaten team heading in to Friday night’s Game 5 against the Penguins in Pittsburgh.  They hadn’t played badly in the series to that

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Difficult mission for the Canadiens

Difficult mission for the Canadiens

Greg Smith May 2, 2014 0

Getty Images It’s been 21 years since the last time the Stanley Cup was won by a Canadian team and this season the responsibility to end that streak is in the hands of the

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Detroit Red Wings – Mike Babcock: The “Sixth Man”

Detroit Red Wings – Mike Babcock: The “Sixth Man”

William Wilson April 5, 2014 11

The “sixth man” is a mythical figure in the world of hockey. He can take the form of the home crowd, equipment manager or biased official, but he’s generally seen to provide some extra

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NHL: Injuries Hurt Everyone

NHL: Injuries Hurt Everyone

William Wilson March 15, 2014 8

It’s always unfortunate when the NHL loses a player to injury. This applies to top-line players and bottom-lines player equally. As fans of the sport, we’d naturally prefer to see the players on the ice,

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What Now?

What Now?

Lance Hornby March 13, 2014 5

  Photo by Marianne Helm/Getty Images Can I get off this ride? Please??? Wow! What a crazy year. I have to be honest, I knew things would be tougher this year with the conference

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NHL Trade Winners and Losers

NHL Trade Winners and Losers

Greg Smith March 7, 2014 2

boltsbythebay.com The following article is a Guest Post. From time to time fightingforstanley.ca will feature the work of other writers with the intention of providing a different perspective on the NHL.  In this instance,

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Golden Tournament For Canada

Golden Tournament For Canada

Jeremy Wiebe February 23, 2014 8

Canadian Press Clinical. No better way to describe the performance of Team Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics. While there was no golden goal like Sidney Crosby’s overtime winner four years earlier in Vancouver,

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A Perfect Benn

A Perfect Benn

Jeremy Wiebe February 21, 2014 7

David J. Phillip/AP There were many complaints about the lack of goals Canada has scored at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Only four Canadian forwards have scored in this tournament for Canada, and Jeff Carter

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Pour Yourself A Cold Drew

Pour Yourself A Cold Drew

Jeremy Wiebe February 16, 2014 7

Whenever the argument arises on who is the best defenceman in hockey today is, the name Drew Doughty is usually uttered very quickly. After all, the Los Angeles Kings blue liner, started making headlines

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Ottawa staying active during season freeze

Ottawa staying active during season freeze

Greg Smith February 12, 2014 3

OttawaSenators.com The following article is a Guest Post. From time to time fightingforstanley.ca will feature the work of other writers with the intention of providing a different perspective on the Canadian teams in the

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