Thompson and Curry reign threes on the Bulls Klay Thompson made seven three-point field goals in a 38-point performance and Stephen Curry made six shots from beyond the arc while scoring 30 points in the Warriors’ win over the Bulls on Wednesday night. It’s the 12th time that Curry and Thompson each made at least
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Hockey players are at home on ice, however, the same can’t always be said of hockey fans. The AHL’s Charlotte Checkers played host Wednesday to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at an empty Bojangles’ Coliseum thanks to inclement weather in the area. when the snow comes #BehindClosedDoors2 pic.twitter.com/QEFUOdIuYu — Charlotte Checkers (@CheckersHockey) January 17, 2018 “It
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In today’s Rumor Rundown, we explore some of the items brought up in “31 Thoughts” and “Insider Trading”. Both are reputable sources for the newest rumors in the NHL trade market. We also explore some insight from a few sources inside these discussed NHL franchises. Friedman Says to Watch For Defensemen Elliotte Friedman’s “31 Thoughts” is
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When Phil Housley took to the podium for his inaugural press conference, he promised a fast-paced, high octane offensive approach, the likes of which the fans in Buffalo hadn’t seen in over a decade. Fresh off of a deep playoff run with the Nashville Predators, he was the odds-on favorite to return to coach the
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When looking at the 2017-18 Boston Bruins, one thing is abundantly clear; the team has more depth than any Bruins team has had in recent years. Arguably one of the deepest teams in the entire league, the Bruins are showing that they can roll four lines with confidence while also feeling comfortable in the fact
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Anaheim Ducks center Andrew Cogliano was suspended two games by the NHL department of player safety on Sunday, ending the fourth-longest consecutive games played streak in NHL history. His suspension raised questions about whether the department should take a player’s character into account when deciding his punishment. Morning Skate: Should there be a “good guy”
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In today’s Rumor Rundown we look at a couple veteran defensemen who are likely gone from their current organizations as well as an organization who might move a number of players. Paul Martin on the Move A number of insiders who follow the San Jose Sharks have relayed details on the status of defenseman Paul
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The NHL lied. There weren’t six original teams when the league began operations for the 1917-18 season. There were technically only four. And, of those, only one—the Montreal Canadiens—has essentially survived up to the present day. The “Original Six” as fans know it, only came to be a few decades later, with the relatively late-joining
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As we approach the 2018 NHL Trade Deadline, the Detroit Red Wings once again find themselves trending toward the “sellers” designation. A wild-card spot is in reach, but the organization has higher priorities, namely the development of its young players and adding quality assets for the future. Now in the last year of his contract,
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Morning Skate: Who will win the Calder Trophy this season? Greg Wyshynski, senior writer: Maybe it’s because I recently watched “I, Tonya,” but I’ve been thinking about how the Calder Trophy race is one whose winner has both on-ice achievement and aesthetics. Where the top candidates not only have the numbers, but also the style
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5:25 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN Anaheim Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano was suspended two games by the NHL Department of Player Safety on Sunday, ending the fourth-longest consecutive games played streak in NHL history. Cogliano had the longest active consecutive games played streak in the NHL at 830. He was 54 games behind Steve Larmer for
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The Anaheim Ducks claimed forward J.T. Brown off waivers from the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday. Brown became the the only NHL player to protest during the national anthem on Oct. 7 in the Lightning’s game against the Florida Panthers; he raised his right fist during the playing of the Star-Spangled Banner. Later that month
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