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Ice Level with Andrew Berkshire

Habs Eye on the Prize (Andrew Berkshire) — Tonight is a special edition of Ice Level, because we have two huge guests to talk about fairly important issues. Tune in at 7:30pm EST to hear Andrew Berkshire, Conor McKenna, and James David break it all down. Tonight on Ice Level we have a truly special show for you, as we open up talking to former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan now an analyst with TSN. What isn't talked about much with...
  • New: 7 hr 39 min ago

Subban mum on contract talks; unique NHL sticks; Winnik to Leafs; (Puck Headlines)

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Sean Leahy) — Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Not a bad collection of hardware for Jeff Carter eh @LAKings @HockeyCanada #Silver &Gold pic.twitter.com/Dt1Dac5gLl — Dave Sandford (@Dave_Sandford) July 26, 2014 • Safe to say Jeff Carter has had a pretty...
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Man dies after lightning hits California beach

Detoit Free Press A 20-year-old man died after lightning from a rare summer thunderstorm jolted a Southern California beach, injuring or rattling more than a dozen people, authorities said.
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What We Learned: Breaking down Central Division, NHL Group of Death (Puck Daddy)

The View From Section 317 (Yahoo! Sports - NHL - New York Islanders News) — Hello, this is a feature that will run through the entire season and aims to recap the weekend’s events and boils those events down to one admittedly superficial fact or stupid opinion about each team. Feel free to complain about it.   Things have calmed down considerably in the free agent market. Rosters at this point are more or less set, and we can therefore go about taking...
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What We Learned: Breaking down Central Division, NHL Group of Death

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Ryan Lambert) — Hello, this is a feature that will run through the entire season and aims to recap the weekend’s events and boils those events down to one admittedly superficial fact or stupid opinion about each team. Feel free to complain about it.   Things have calmed down considerably in the free agent market. Rosters at this point are more or less set, and we can therefore go about taking stock of who...
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Flames All-Time Countdown Chapter XCII: 105-103

Matchsticks and Gasoline (Kevin Kraczkowski) — Defenseman Pat Ribble, center Mikael Backlund, and left winger Dean McAmmond. 105. Pat Ribble Ribble was a 6'4", 210 lb. defenseman from Leamington, Ontario. Born on April 26th, 1954, he was selected in the fourth round of the 1974 NHL Entry Draft by the Flames with the 58th overall pick. He was also chosen in the fifth round of the WHA Amateur Draft by the Indianapolis...
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NHL Scouting Departments: A League-Wide Survey

SBN: Silver Seven (Amelia L) — A comparison of scouting departments across the league and initial conclusions Two years ago I wrote about scouting departments across the league.  It was a cursory study, but it revealed some interesting trends. With support for statistical analysis gaining steam in NHL hockey operations departments, it seemed like an appropriate time to revisit the topic. Introduction I've tried to...
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Detroit 3: Mustang gets dressed up as a fighter jet

Detoit Free Press The real F-35 Lightning II fighter jet may have been grounded, but the 2015 Ford Mustang version is just taking off.
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Flames All-Time Countdown Chapter XCI: 108-106

Matchsticks and Gasoline (Kevin Kraczkowski) — Tonight's dispatch includes features on center Michael Nylander and defensemen Brad Marsh and Neil Sheehy. 108. Michael Nylander Nylander is a 5'11", 192 lb. center from Stockholm, Sweden. Born on October 3rd, 1972, he was selected by the Hartford Whalers in the third round of the 1991 NHL Entry Draft with the 59th overall choice. He spent the season after he was picked honing...
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Where is the Ryan O'Reilly saga headed next? (Trending Topics)

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Ryan Lambert) — It never got as bad as it could have, but it's tough to be convinced it's not still bad. Arbitration is a cutthroat and nasty process that often leaves both sides feeling hard done by, so it was no surprise that Ryan O'Reilly and the Colorado Avalanche settled on a contract that will carry a cap hit of $6 million for the next two seasons. We're told now that everyone looks good in this...
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Montreal Canadiens- 2013-14 Season Recap

SenShot (Braden Young) — 2013-14 SEASON The Montreal Canadiens earned the final automatic playoff-birth in the Atlantic Division with 100 points and a 46-28-8 record. Just a single point back of the Tampa Bay Lightning for home ice, the Canadiens were 4th in the Eastern Conference and had the 9th-best record league-wide. After a largely successful regular season, the […] Montreal Canadiens- 2013-14 Season...
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New York Rangers Analysis: Ryan McDonagh will be the next Rangers captain

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Evan Sporer) — The Rangers haven't officially announced who will become the franchise's 27th captain, but the decision is rather obvious. A quick glance at a history of the New York Rangers captains will reveal a trend. The player bestowed the 'C,' for the most part, doesn't relinquish that duty quickly. Ryan Callahan held the honor for two-plus seasons, before getting traded to the Lightning at last...
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If You're The New York Rangers You Need Rick Nash

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Joe Fortunato) — The Rangers need Rick Nash. This isn't a debate. Let's get this out of the way at the top: Rick Nash is an elite hockey player. If you're about to rush into the comments section to disagree with me, save it. I'm not in the mood for a debate about this because there really isn't a debate to be had. Since 2008 Nash has a scored 0.43 goals per game. That's 10th best in the NHL over that...
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[Bits] Poulin stays put, Defensive Diligence, Early-Onset Stamkos Fever

SBN: Lighthouse Hockey (Dan Saraceni) — It's a completely different kind of flying. Altogether. Islanders Links The "biggest" Islanders news of yesterday was that the team and goalie Kevin Poulin agreed to terms on a new one-year two-way contract prior to his arbitration hearing. We talked a little about it it here . At Hockey Graphs , garik looked at the repeatability of defenseman performances from year-to-year. ...
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Quick Hits: Great, Healthy, And Expensive Players

Winging it in Motown (Detroitnr1) — Red Wings News Red Wings forwards: Health should bring happiness to team, its fans | The Detroit News If the Wings can be relatively healthy next season, that is already an automatic upgrade over this past one. But, after what we have gone through these past few years, healthy Wings' players is only something that I can only hope for, and not expect. Advanced analytics intrigues Babcock...
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