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The Golden Knights Must Acquire Artemi Panarin

Goal-scoring from top-six forwards is an essential piece to an NHL team’s success, and it tends to separate premier clubs from the rest of the league as the season progresses. And with the Vegas Golden Knights losing right winger James Neal to the Calgary Flames in free agency, this leaves a hole in the depth […] The post The Golden Knights Must Acquire Artemi Panarin appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


NHL Rumors: Panarin, Larkin, Ellis, More

In today’s rumor rundown, the Columbus Blue Jackets have a bit of business to attend to, the Red Wings are trying to negotiate with Dylan Larkin who appears to be willing to work with the franchise and Nashville’s policy to not give out no-trade and no-move clauses could hurt them. Nashville’s No-Move Policy Causing Issues […] The post NHL Rumors: Panarin, Larkin, Ellis, More appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Capitals’ Siegenthaler Continues North American Journey

As the Washington Capitals prospects stumble over their hockey bags and pack for the summer, stay-at-home defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler leans casually against his stall, the one that usually belongs to Alex Ovechkin during the regular season. In the midst of the chaos that comes with the last day of development camp, he’s cool and collected, […] The post Capitals’ Siegenthaler Continues North American Journey appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Edmonton Oilers: Quality vs Depth

When it comes to the NHL, there is perhaps no more overused term than “depth player”. Year after year, we hear about team “X” needing better players in the bottom half of their lineups and while that is all well and good, let’s get serious. At the end of the day, without enough impact pieces […] The post Edmonton Oilers: Quality vs Depth appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


The NHL Needs More Viewing Options

We are introducing a new summer series called the NHL Needs More. Once a week or thereabouts, we are going to highlight different things that the NHL needs more of to help make today’s game better and more exciting. Last time we told you why the NHL needs more John Tortorellas. Today we shift our […] The post The NHL Needs More Viewing Options appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Armia Deal with Canadiens a Win for Both Sides

When all is said and done, winger Joel Armia could end up being the Montreal Canadiens’ big July free-agent signee. That statement is more a testament to how underrated the move to trade for him (and Steve Mason’s contract) was by general manager Marc Bergevin than how the only legitimate NHLer the Habs have acquired […] The post Armia Deal with Canadiens a Win for Both Sides appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


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The Golden Knights Must Acquire Artemi Panarin

Goal-scoring from top-six forwards is an essential piece to an NHL team’s success, and it tends to separate premier clubs from the rest of the league as the season progresses. And with the Vegas Golden Knights losing right winger James Neal to the Calgary Flames in free agency, this leaves a hole in the depth […] The post The Golden Knights Must Acquire Artemi Panarin appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


NHL Rumors: Panarin, Larkin, Ellis, More

In today’s rumor rundown, the Columbus Blue Jackets have a bit of business to attend to, the Red Wings are trying to negotiate with Dylan Larkin who appears to be willing to work with the franchise and Nashville’s policy to not give out no-trade and no-move clauses could hurt them. Nashville’s No-Move Policy Causing Issues […] The post NHL Rumors: Panarin, Larkin, Ellis, More appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Capitals’ Siegenthaler Continues North American Journey

As the Washington Capitals prospects stumble over their hockey bags and pack for the summer, stay-at-home defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler leans casually against his stall, the one that usually belongs to Alex Ovechkin during the regular season. In the midst of the chaos that comes with the last day of development camp, he’s cool and collected, […] The post Capitals’ Siegenthaler Continues North American Journey appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Edmonton Oilers: Quality vs Depth

When it comes to the NHL, there is perhaps no more overused term than “depth player”. Year after year, we hear about team “X” needing better players in the bottom half of their lineups and while that is all well and good, let’s get serious. At the end of the day, without enough impact pieces […] The post Edmonton Oilers: Quality vs Depth appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


The NHL Needs More Viewing Options

We are introducing a new summer series called the NHL Needs More. Once a week or thereabouts, we are going to highlight different things that the NHL needs more of to help make today’s game better and more exciting. Last time we told you why the NHL needs more John Tortorellas. Today we shift our […] The post The NHL Needs More Viewing Options appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Armia Deal with Canadiens a Win for Both Sides

When all is said and done, winger Joel Armia could end up being the Montreal Canadiens’ big July free-agent signee. That statement is more a testament to how underrated the move to trade for him (and Steve Mason’s contract) was by general manager Marc Bergevin than how the only legitimate NHLer the Habs have acquired […] The post Armia Deal with Canadiens a Win for Both Sides appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


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