Fairland, Coyotes Injuries, Maple Leaf, Brassard

There’s no way around it: Expectations are high for the Vancouver Canucks this season. After a slow start to the 2021-22 season, the team sacked the coach Travis Green and replace it Bruce Bodro And he proceeded to go on an exciting tour that took them from the basement of the NHL to the outskirts … Read more

NHL Future Power Rankings – Ranking all 32 teams on roster, predictions, capping, management

The teams at the bottom see the future as a way to climb higher than their current stop. Teams in the middle see the future as a way to break through to reach the elite. Teams at the top look to the future as an opportunity to maintain their success or avoid the inevitability of … Read more

Keefe says Marner can be used as a defensive man for the Maple Leafs

toronto– Mitchell Marner Sheldon Cave, head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, said Thursday that he could be called upon as a defensive man during the regular season. “Throughout camp, he’d take some reps at the back end, and I and I have been talking about that since before camp started,” Keefe said. In addition … Read more

NHL Training Camp Buzz: Hischier is out at least 10 days for the Devils

Welcome to Buzz for NHL training 2022-23. Training camp is underway for all 32 teams and NHL.com has you covered with the latest news. New Jersey Devils Nico Hescher Devils coach Lindy Raff said Thursday that he has a hamstring strain and will be re-evaluated in 10 days. The center was limited to 6:24 icy … Read more

Ilya Lyubushkin brings some snarls as a new “bull” on Blue Line Cypress

Let’s start with the title. Ilya Lyubushkin was known as the “Russian Bear” during layovers in Arizona and Toronto. Imagine some growling, some snarling, searching for fresh meat in the defensive zone. You can get the picture. “She came from Arizona, my first season,” Lyubushkin said with a smile after his opening game at home … Read more

NHL announces the winners of the 2022 Stanley Award

The NHL announced the winners of the 2022 Stanley Award during a virtual live show on Wednesday. The six categories – Game Presentation of the Year, Marketing Campaign, Social Impact and Growth Initiatives, Social Media Club of the Year, Best Sponsorship Activation and Best Ticketing Initiative – aim to recognize achievements, creativity and results across … Read more

NHL Training Camp Buzz: Couturier won’t need surgery for pilots

Philadelphia Flyers Sean Couturier You won’t need surgery for an upper body injury but it does stay from week to week, the pilots said Wednesday. The center did not participate in the training camp that started on September 22 due to the injury that the team announced three days ago. Couturier did not play after … Read more

Ilya Lyubushkin brings some snarls as a new “bull” on Blue Line Cypress

Let’s start with the title. Ilya Lyubushkin was known as the “Russian Bear” during layovers in Arizona and Toronto. Imagine some growling, some snarling, searching for fresh meat in the defensive zone. You can get the picture. “She came from Arizona, my first season,” Lyubushkin said with a smile after his opening game at home … Read more

Tavares will miss the start of the season for the Maple Leafs due to a tilt injury

toronto– John Tavares He will miss the start of the season for the Toronto Maple Leafs due to a tilt injury. The center is expected to be sidelined for at least three weeks. The Maple Leafs open the season in the Montreal Canadiens on October 12, and that schedule could keep them out for at … Read more

State your case: The #1 goalkeeper in Maple Leafs

The competition to become the number 1 goalkeeper for the Toronto Maple Leafs has begun in earnest. Ilya Samsonov He showed what he can do on Saturday, stopping all 16 shots he faced over two stints in the 4-2 pre-season loss to the Ottawa Senators. Matt Murray He is expected to get his first chance … Read more