NHL Rumors: Seguin, Hughes, Pacioretty, More

July 20, 2018

In today’s rumor rundown, there is some speculation the Montreal Canadiens might have interest in Tyler Seguin, the Vancouver Canucks are potentially making room for their new drafted youngster, the Red Wings are ironing out a deal for Dylan Larking and the Sharks are looking to make a deal with the cap room they have left. Tyler Seguin and the Montreal Canadiens? Tyler Seguin has been in the rumor mill…

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NHL Rumors: Panarin, Montour, Nelson, More

July 19, 2018

In today’s rumor rundown, Artemi Panarin gives the Blue Jackets a deadline to talk business, the Islanders are working on a deal with Brock Nelson and the Anaheim Ducks are figuring things out with Brandon Montour. Panarin Gives Deadline In what seems like a bit of a strange development to this story, Artemi Panarin has given the Columbus Blue Jackets a deadline to discuss any business matters with him. This comes after confirmation…

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Flames Draft Pick Koumontzis’ Future at ASU

Demetrios Koumontzis, pronounced KOO-moan-zees, is a true freshman committed to playing NCAA hockey with the Arizona State Sun Devils. Before even suiting up in their jersey, he’s making history for them. This June, he became the highest-selected Sun Devil in an NHL Draft when he was drafted No. 108 overall by the Calgary Flames. But before Koumontzis gets too deep in his NHL dreams coming true, he has to focus…

July 19, 2018
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St. Louis Blues Still Have Questions in Net

No general manager in the NHL has been more active this summer than Doug Armstrong of the St. Louis Blues. Though his team missed the playoffs by just one point in 2017-18, Armstrong took strides to overhaul his roster through trade and free agency. Now, the Blues have a brand new look, but one question remains: will inconsistent goaltender Jake Allen be able to find his stride and support the…

July 19, 2018
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Jets’ Dynamic Potential Trio Worth a Shot

A simple number change is all that’s needed in and around Winnipeg to fuel debate and conjecture. New season. New number.@JRoslovic96 will now be wearing number 2️⃣8️⃣! pic.twitter.com/cNS3ub9cVF — Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) July 14, 2018 A few days ago, 21-year-old forward Jack Roslovic changed his number from 52 to 28, sparking immediate speculation online about whether the Jets will put together a 27-28-29 line — a line on which Roslovic…

July 19, 2018
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Jets vs. Maple Leafs: Class of Canada

With their respective depth and youthful talent, there’s not much doubt that one day the Winnipeg Jets and Toronto Maple Leafs will meet in a Stanley Cup Final. They are definitely Canada’s best hope to end the 25-year Stanley Cup drought. National unity won’t be high on the mind of either team or fanbase, however. When they meet in the Stanley Cup final, neither team will be satisfied with second…

July 19, 2018
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NHL Rumors: Trouba, Offer Sheets, and the Blackhawks

July 18, 2018

In today’s rumor rundown Jacob Trouba and the Winnipeg Jets have both submitted their ask for the purpose of salary arbitration and the two sides are far apart. Another report suggests the practice of tendering offer sheets in the NHL is vanishing quicker than a speeding ticket and the Chicago Blackhawks appeared to have hurried up, only to wait since opening up cap space and having no moves on the…

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Cole Helps Solidify the Avalanche Blue Line

July 18, 2018

The Colorado Avalanche acquired a surprisingly controversial contract during free agency – Ian Cole. Signed for three years at an annual average of $4.25 million, the 29-year-old left-shooting defenseman should be a solid addition to a Colorado team still developing their young defense. However, the signing raised the hackles of some of the Avalanche fan base. But should it? Ian Cole Is a Good Player Let’s get this out of…

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