Month: June 2018

11:49 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN WASHINGTON — Evgeny Kuznetsov returned to the Washington Capitals‘ lineup for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final after leaving Game 2 in Las Vegas with an apparent injury to his left arm or shoulder. Kuznetsov, who has been impressive for the Capitals throughout the postseason, scored the Capitals’ second
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Hockey movies have captured the hearts of fans all across the world. Although there aren’t as many of them compared to other sports, the ones that entered the marketplace established an uncommon following. Plenty of NHLers have starred in these movies, including Rob Blake, Bruce Boudreau, Chris Chelios, Michael Del Zotto, Scott Hartnell, Paul Kariya,
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By Mark Scheig June 2nd, 2018 The 2018 NHL Combine has come and gone. In the end, 101 of the top prospects completed their fitness testing on Combine Saturday. Before that, they got weighed and measured. The Hockey Writers was there from the crack of dawn until the last prospect checked in. We got your
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The mob of credentialed reporters surrounded him four deep, hanging on his every word. The cameras–at least a dozen of them–jockeyed for position. And the questions were fired one after another, like shooting practice during a pre-game warmup. Welcome to the 2018 NHL Scouting Combine in Buffalo, Rasmus Dahlin. The blond-haired Dahlin, wearing a jet-black
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With Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Vegas Golden Knights and Washington Capitals slated for Saturday night, we examine the biggest questions heading into the contest. Greg Wyshynski, senior hockey writer: Lars Eller slid up to the second line for the Capitals after Nicklas Backstrom went down with that hand injury against
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The National Hockey League was founded on November 26, 1917. Over the league’s 100 years, countless players have left indelible marks on the game. Names like, Morenz, Shore, Richard, Howe, Beliveau, Orr, Gretzky and Lemieux are uttered in hockey circles with the utmost reverence. If one were to ask multiple generations who the best NHL players
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They travel from countries around the world and walk onto the rink with flames erupting around them. Together, the players stand shoulder-to-shoulder on the blue line in uniforms representing their country, and their homeland. But while the game they play is in front of a boisterous crowd, in a hockey arena with dasher boards and glass,
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They travel from countries around the world and walk onto the rink with flames erupting around them. Together, the players stand shoulder-to-shoulder on the blue line in uniforms representing their country, and their homeland. But while the game they play is in front of a boisterous crowd, in a hockey arena with dasher boards and glass,
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