In this second edition of “Kings-in-Waiting”, we will take a closer look at Los Angeles Kings center prospect, Jaret Anderson-Dolan. The 18-year-old was taken with the Kings’ second-round selection, 41st overall, in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Much like Matthew Villalta, whom we analysed in our inaugural edition, Anderson-Dolan has had a distinct journey throughout
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1:09 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN It’s OK to admit that you’re going to miss the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. It’s tournament time in college hockey. Chris Peters gets you ready for the opening regional rounds (March 23-25) with a full preview and a look at some of the more exciting players to
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Backup goalies rarely get the glory. In the case of the best in the game this season though, they’ve played key roles helping to lead their respective teams to potential playoff berths for a shot at the Stanley Cup. Taking into account their records, stats, upside, overall bodies of work and other intangibles, here are
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After missing the playoffs for two consecutive seasons, the Boston Bruins have punched their ticket to the postseason for the second straight year. It’s been a year of ups and downs for the Bruins who have undoubtedly exceeded all expectations that could have been placed upon them this season. Despite the constant battle with injuries
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RALEIGH, N.C. — The Carolina Hurricanes say defenseman Brett Pesce and forward Victor Rask will miss the rest of the season with shoulder injuries. Team spokesman Mike Sundheim announced the injuries Wednesday. Carolina recalled defenseman Roland McKeown from its AHL affiliate in Charlotte on an emergency basis. Pesce has three goals and 16 assists while
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The NHL general managers are expected to wrap up their annual March meeting this week. One area where there won’t be any changes is how offsides are reviewed. This is something of a surprise. Determining what is and what isn’t offside was embarrassing in last June’s Stanley Cup final. It has gotten progressively worse. When soft-spoken Connor
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At face value, a 7-2 loss at the hands of the Northeastern Huskies seems disappointing. Add the fact that the 7-2 loss meant the team was swept out of the playoffs and most fans would be left shaking their heads. This is exactly what happened to the University of Massachusetts Minutemen hockey team last weekend. They
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