Capitals’ Protas Earning His Roster Spot

Capitals’ Protas Earning His Roster Spot

Aliaksei Protas was sent back to the Hershey Bears, the Washington Capitals’ American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, on Jan. 2. He was back with the Capitals on Jan. 4. Considering the roster tinkering head coach Peter Laviolette has done all year, the latter move may...
Dylan Holloway Skating With Oilers: Is Team Rushing His Return?

Dylan Holloway Skating With Oilers: Is Team Rushing His Return?

The Edmonton Oilers need to do something. Amidst a string of losses, coaching change rumors and players like Leon Draisaitl having to deal with questions about whether or not there is any quit in this team, the club is trying to find line combinations that work. On...
NHL Rumors: Oilers, Coyotes, Blues, Panthers, Kings

NHL Rumors: Oilers, Coyotes, Blues, Panthers, Kings

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is talk that a coaching change could happen in Edmonton as early as next week. Meanwhile, a couple of teams have become front-runners for defenseman Ben Chiarot ahead of the March 21 trade deadline. GM Rob Blake and the Los Angeles...
3 Takeaways from the Avalanche’s Win Over the Jets – 1/6/22

3 Takeaways from the Avalanche’s Win Over the Jets – 1/6/22

The Winnipeg Jets brought a three-game winning streak into Ball Arena in Denver on Thursday night but ran into the offensive juggernaut known as the Colorado Avalanche. On the strength three-goal second and third periods, Colorado defeated Winnipeg 7-1, securing their...
5 Takeaways From Sharks’ 3-2 Win in Buffalo – 1/6/22

5 Takeaways From Sharks’ 3-2 Win in Buffalo – 1/6/22

It’s finally a Happy New Year for the San Jose Sharks, who got hot in snowy Buffalo and earned a much-needed road win.The Sharks scored three times in the first period, and Adin Hill was strong in the net as San Jose beat the Buffalo Sabres 3-2. After starting its...
Oilers’ First Goal Problems Extend Beyond Koskinen

Oilers’ First Goal Problems Extend Beyond Koskinen

Oil Country is searching for answers, as the Edmonton Oilers have a record of 2-9-2 in the last five weeks, plummeting from the top of the Western Conference standings to the last spot above the playoff cutline. Edmonton lost 4-2 to the Toronto Maple Leafs at...

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