1. Vancouver Canucks: The Green Men's Funniest Moments

    With the Vancouver Canucks 3-1 season-saving victory over the Los Angeles Kings Wednesday night, they forced a Game 5 back in Vancouver on Sunday. On the ice, it means another chance for the Canucks to stay alive in the Stanley Cup playoffs...

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  2. Comparing 'Game of Thrones' Characters to NHL Players

    Sunday night brought the return of HBO's wildly popular series Game of Thrones for its second season's premier. For the NHL , the battle for the Stanley Cup throne is just about to begin...

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  3. Pittsburgh Penguins: Matt Cooke Should Be Praised, but Not Awarded for Season

    The NHL recently nominated Pittsburgh Penguins forward Matt Cooke for the Masterton Trophy. This has raised some eyebrows since the trophy is supposed to recognize guys who show a high level of perseverance and sportsmanship...

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  4. Vancouver Canucks: Grading Mike Gillis' Tenure as Canucks General Manager

    The Vancouver Canucks hired Mike Gillis as their general manager in 2008 and have seen their most productive stretch of years since then...

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  5. NHL 3 Stars and 3 Bums of the Week: March 19th Edition

    Our intrepid Stars/Bums crew apologizes for being late with this week’s list, but we’ve been busy trying to unload all these Tim Tebow jerseys we bought. We were told it would be a great investment...

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  6. NHL Free Agency: 6 Teams That Could Use a Presence Like Sean Avery

    Whether you love Sean Avery or loathe him, chances are that when he’s on the ice, you’re watching him. Avery is a player that most fans love to hate. He is brash, gritty, dirty and often crosses the line...

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  7. Winnipeg Jets: 4 Reasons to Believe They Will Have Playoff Success

    The Winnipeg Jets dropped a tough game to the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night but still find themselves in the heat of the Eastern Conference playoff race...

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  8. NHL Week in Review: The 3 Stars and the 3 Bums of Last Week

    Another exciting NHL week is in the books, and this week gave us no shortage of great performances along with the usual poor showings. There were ups and downs, and wins and losses to go with the fallout from the trade deadline on Monday...

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  9. Seattle Seahawks: Can You Trust Pete Carroll with the Quarterback Decision?

    As the Seattle Seahawks prepare for free agency and the NFL draft, the general consensus is that they need to upgrade their quarterback position...

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  10. 3 Stars and 3 Bums: NHL Trade Deadline Edition

    The three stars, three bums crew is back after a long hiatus. We were actually just trapped in the Columbus Blue Jackets war room this whole time. There is a lot of junk in there...

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  11. NHL Trade Speculation: Should the Vancouver Canucks Go After Dustin Brown?

    The Los Angeles Kings got the NHL trade deadline heated up by acquiring Jeff Carter from the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday evening...

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  12. NHL Trade Rumors: Teemu Selanne to the Winnipeg Jets Is Not Going to Happen

    Dec. 17, 2011 was a big day for the new Winnipeg Jets franchise. For the first time in 15 years, Teemu Selanne was back on the ice, in Winnipeg and in a NHL game. The crowd at the MTS Centre showered him with affection all night long...

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  13. 2012 NHL All-Star Game: Why You Should Learn to Love the All-Star Game

    NHL All-Star weekend is in full swing after last night’s Fantasy Draft and will continue on with the Skills Competition Saturday before the climactic game on Sunday. For most fans, it’s become pretty fashionable to bash the All-Star game...

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  14. NHL All-Star Skills Competition: Seven Events That We Wish Were Added

    The 2012 NHL All-Star Skills Competition hits the ice in Ottawa Saturday night, and will highlight all of this year’s All-Stars in six challenges to show off their skill and athleticism...

    Andrew Eide Written by Andrew Eide about over 2 years ago 2,543 reads 8 comments

  15. 2012 NHL All-Star Game Drinking Game

    The 2012 NHL All-Star game drops the puck on January 29 th in Ottawa this year. If you have watched these games, you know how little they resemble an actual NHL hockey game...

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  16. NHL All-Star Game 2012: 6 Players That Don't Belong

    The NHL announced the full All-Star roster for this year’s mid-season festivities on Thursday and with it comes the scrutiny of those selections. The players selected will be split up via a fantasy draft during All-Star weekend in Ottawa...

    Andrew Eide Written by Andrew Eide about over 2 years ago 3,138 reads 36 comments

  17. NHL: The 5 Best Teams Nobody Is Talking About

    As the NHL reaches its halfway point, the perennial contenders are in the spotlight again. Everyone is overly familiar with the Bostons, Vancouvers, Chicagos, New Yorks and Detroits of the world...

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  18. Vancouver Canucks: Cody Hodgson Quietly Moving into Calder Race

    Lost in all the childlike “he said, he said” and “my brother can beat up your brother” rhetoric that has been flying back and forth between Vancouver and ...

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  19. Winter Classic 2012: New York Rangers Coach Calls Officiating 'Disgusting'

    The Winter Classic turned controversial in the third period when the officials made their presence known. The calls, which all went against the Rangers, opened the NHL to cries of conspiracy...

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  20. NHL Winter Classic 2012: 3 Stars and 3 Bums

    Another new year and another edition of the NHL Winter Classic has come and gone. This time the fans in Philadelphia watched their Flyers become the first team to lose two Winter Classics, as they fell to the New York Rangers, 3-2...

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  21. Winter Classic 2012: 8 Things We Learned from HBO's 24/7

    HBO’s 24/7 has been excellent this year and has peeled back the cover from the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers . Both teams are two of the higher profile franchises in the NHL ...

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  22. Vancouver Canucks: Can the San Jose Sharks Become the New Public Enemy No. 1?

    The Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks hooked up for their second meeting since last season’s Western Conference Finals in a game that was filled with playoff-type intensity...

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  23. Winter Classic 2012: HBO 24/7 Flyers-Rangers Week 3 Recap

    As the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers get closer and closer to the 2012 Winter Classic, HBO’s 24/7 continues to give us amazing behind-the-scenes looks at the two squads...

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  24. NHL 2011: The 10 Most Important Moments in Hockey This Past Year

    As we approach the end of 2011, it is time to reflect on the past 12 months. Everyone is doing it. You’ve probably read a thousand “best of 2011” lists. So here is one more...

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  25. Minnesota Wild: Has the Clock Struck Midnight on Their Season?

    The dream start for the Minnesota Wild came crashing down to earth last night. As they were losing at home to the Colorado Avalanche the Vancouver Canucks passed them for first place in the Northwest Division...

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