Month: May 2018

She was used to the stares, but this felt different. As Amanda Kraus Wilson walked the Capital One Arena concourse during a game in the Eastern Conference finals in Washington, she was recognizable for two reasons: her red No. 20 Washington Capitals jersey with “AmandaStrong” on the back, and her bald head. The latter had
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As if it wasn’t intriguing enough already, there’s another layer to the Eugene Melnyk era in Ottawa. The Ottawa Senators were in the Canadian sports spotlight early this week after Daniel Alfredsson, the franchise’s all-time leading scorer, sparked a fire when he told a journalist that he, like many Senators fans, hopes the team gets
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Unlike Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night, when the scoresheet was filled with a page full of goals, Game 2 on Wednesday night was filled with a page full of penalties. Referees Kelly Sutherland and Chris Rooney, working their first game together this postseason, called a total of 13 infractions. There
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1:15 AM ET Ben ArledgeESPN.com Close Editor for fantasy, chalk and NHL, as well as a contributing hockey writer. Previously with ESPN The Magazine. Joined ESPN in 2012 after graduating from Colgate University. With 1:59 remaining in the third period of Wednesday night’s Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, Washington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby
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Jacob Ingham 2016-17 Team: Mississauga Steelheads (#1)Date of Birth: June 10, 2000Place of Birth: Barrie, OntarioHt: 6’3” Wt: 181 lbs.Position: GNHL Draft Eligibility: 2018 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 13th (among NA Goalies) Future Considerations: 82nd ISS: 2nd (among Goalies) In 2016, the Mississauga Steelheads drafted Jacob Ingham in the second round and 26th
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The Nashville Predators were the cream of the NHL’s crop during the regular season but ultimately fell short during the playoffs. That doesn’t diminish their regular-season prowess, where many players stepped up. Some Predators deserve to be recognized for their career years, and while they may not win any NHL awards, we should take a
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It’s been quite the debut for the Vegas Golden Knights. After finally revealing the roster of the National Hockey League’s newest expansion team following much wheeling and dealing, much of the hockey world was comforted by their seemingly curious roster composition. After all, there had already been many such facepalm-worthy moments in the Vegas franchise’s short
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The Ottawa Senators will look to continue stocking up prospects as they look to turn their fortunes around after their disappointing season. They have the fourth overall pick in the upcoming NHL Draft, but they also hold the 22nd overall pick that came over from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Derick Brassard trade. Past NHL
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We’ve reached the finale of our season review of the San Jose Sharks. Feel free to catch up on anything missed in the series via the links below. This season was an important one, promising in some respects, surprising in others. For the first time in two decades, the Sharks played a season without Patrick
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May 29, 2008 — a quiet, but tragic day in the small town of Lameque, New Brunswick. Vancouver Canucks defenceman Luc Bourdon lost his life in Lameque as a result of a terrible motorcycle accident. Winds gusted at around 50 km/h that day in Lameque, making keeping balance on two wheels all that more difficult
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