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Five depth players who could make their mark in the Stanley Cup final

We’re all anxiously awaiting the strength-versus-strength battles of Washington’s best against Vegas’ finest, but the Capitals or Golden Knights could benefit as much, if not more, from dynamite performances from their depth players. The Stanley Cup final will be said to feature a showdown between Alex Ovechkin and William Karlsson, two of the league’s top goal scorers. Much will be said about the goaltending matchup of Marc-Andre Fleury and Braden Holtby. And more yet will be written about the...


Evander Kane has found his place in San Jose

The mercurial power forward is looking ahead to brighter days with the Sharks, thanks to a new contract and a feeling of belonging with his latest franchise Money talks, sure. But “San Jose ticked off every box,” according to Evander Kane, who just signed a new seven-year, $49 million contract with the club. In linking himself with the franchise long-term, Kane has made himself an integral part of the Sharks and if San Jose wants to hoist the Stanley Cup for the first time ever, the power for...


Golden Knights vs. Capitals in Stanley Cup final is win-win for fans

If it was possible to cheer for both teams to win the Stanley Cup, the 2018 final would be the perfect opportunity as both the Golden Knights and Capitals are full of great players and great people who are deserving of playoff glory. I certainly can’t lay claim to it, but there’s a pretty good joke going around about the Stanley Cup final that goes something like this: Hey, this year’s final will be played by a team based in a city renowned for its greed, debauchery, corruption and dishonesty. ...


Capitals vs. Golden Knights: Five storylines to watch in the 2018 Stanley Cup final

The Capitals’ Game 7 victory has set the stage for Washington to square off with the Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup final. As the two teams get set to clash, take a look at five major storylines entering the series. After Wednesday night’s Game 7 victory by the Capitals, the stage is set for the 2018 Stanley Cup final, and one of the major stories heading into the series is going to be quite obvious: an upstart, expansion team in the Vegas Golden Knights against a Washington group that...


Why the Capitals’ Stanley Cup final berth is the death knell for Ovechkin-can’t-win narrative

His detractors have said he can’t win on the big stage, but Alex Ovechkin has proven once again that he can be a playoff performer and a trip to the Stanley Cup final should put that narrative to bed for good. Some will say it happened the moment Evgeny Kuznetsov beat Matt Murray five-hole and sent the Capitals past the Pittsburgh Penguins and into the Eastern Conference final. Others will claim the moment didn’t come until Alex Ovechkin skated over to deputy commissioner Bill Daly, shook his h...


Huge money, term create impossible expectations for Evander Kane in San Jose

Kane was a great match for the Sharks, but at seven years and a $7-million AAV, theyre asking him to accomplish things he never has – and stay healthy. Evander Kane turned out to be a great fit for the San Jose Sharks when they acquired him at the 2018 trade deadline. No one would deny that. But now they’re giving him enough money – and, more importantly term – that he has to be a lot more than just a great fit. Kane, 26, must become a borderline franchise player for the first time in his caree...


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Five depth players who could make their mark in the Stanley Cup final

We’re all anxiously awaiting the strength-versus-strength battles of Washington’s best against Vegas’ finest, but the Capitals or Golden Knights could benefit as much, if not more, from dynamite performances from their depth players. The Stanley Cup final will be said to feature a showdown between Alex Ovechkin and William Karlsson, two of the league’s top goal scorers. Much will be said about the goaltending matchup of Marc-Andre Fleury and Braden Holtby. And more yet will be written about the...


Evander Kane has found his place in San Jose

The mercurial power forward is looking ahead to brighter days with the Sharks, thanks to a new contract and a feeling of belonging with his latest franchise Money talks, sure. But “San Jose ticked off every box,” according to Evander Kane, who just signed a new seven-year, $49 million contract with the club. In linking himself with the franchise long-term, Kane has made himself an integral part of the Sharks and if San Jose wants to hoist the Stanley Cup for the first time ever, the power for...


Golden Knights vs. Capitals in Stanley Cup final is win-win for fans

If it was possible to cheer for both teams to win the Stanley Cup, the 2018 final would be the perfect opportunity as both the Golden Knights and Capitals are full of great players and great people who are deserving of playoff glory. I certainly can’t lay claim to it, but there’s a pretty good joke going around about the Stanley Cup final that goes something like this: Hey, this year’s final will be played by a team based in a city renowned for its greed, debauchery, corruption and dishonesty. ...


Capitals vs. Golden Knights: Five storylines to watch in the 2018 Stanley Cup final

The Capitals’ Game 7 victory has set the stage for Washington to square off with the Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup final. As the two teams get set to clash, take a look at five major storylines entering the series. After Wednesday night’s Game 7 victory by the Capitals, the stage is set for the 2018 Stanley Cup final, and one of the major stories heading into the series is going to be quite obvious: an upstart, expansion team in the Vegas Golden Knights against a Washington group that...


Why the Capitals’ Stanley Cup final berth is the death knell for Ovechkin-can’t-win narrative

His detractors have said he can’t win on the big stage, but Alex Ovechkin has proven once again that he can be a playoff performer and a trip to the Stanley Cup final should put that narrative to bed for good. Some will say it happened the moment Evgeny Kuznetsov beat Matt Murray five-hole and sent the Capitals past the Pittsburgh Penguins and into the Eastern Conference final. Others will claim the moment didn’t come until Alex Ovechkin skated over to deputy commissioner Bill Daly, shook his h...


Huge money, term create impossible expectations for Evander Kane in San Jose

Kane was a great match for the Sharks, but at seven years and a $7-million AAV, theyre asking him to accomplish things he never has – and stay healthy. Evander Kane turned out to be a great fit for the San Jose Sharks when they acquired him at the 2018 trade deadline. No one would deny that. But now they’re giving him enough money – and, more importantly term – that he has to be a lot more than just a great fit. Kane, 26, must become a borderline franchise player for the first time in his caree...


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