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This date has been very eventful in the history of the National Hockey League. A generational talent in Pittsburgh was the youngest ever to hit a particular milestone. This date has been kind to goaltenders and has also given us plenty of memories in the crease. Let’s take our daily trip back in time to
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April 16 is a huge date amongst the National Hockey League’s “Original Six” franchises, with four of them winning the Stanley Cup. There are also plenty of Hall of Fame players who left their mark on the game through the years. Let’s hop aboard the THW time machine and go back in time to relive
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Some of the greatest players to ever play in the National Hockey League had big moments on April 14. A pair of legends hoisted the Stanley Cup for the final time in their careers. Also, the longest winning streak and winningest season in league history both ended on this date. Let’s take our daily trip
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We’re back with another Anaheim Ducks prospect update! Axel Andersson made his professional debut with the San Diego Gulls after his season in the HockeyAllsvenskan ended. Trevor Zegras made his return to the American Hockey League to start his transition to center ice. Brayden Tracey continued his hot start with six points over four games
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April 11 is an important date in National Hockey League history. Two legends played their final game in the league as teammates, the first playoff goalie goal was scored and a trio of franchises picked up their first Stanley Cup playoff wins. Let’s begin our daily trip back in time to relive the best moments
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April 3 was a big date for the Original Six cities of Boston and Toronto. Plus, the most successful father-son duo in National Hockey League history had major milestones. The THW time machine is fired up and ready to take us on our daily journey through the decades to relive all the best moments this
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It’s a quad of top college prospect signings for today’s prospect news and rumors update! The Florida Panthers signed goaltender Spencer Knight, the Minnesota Wild signed winger Matthew Boldy, the Colorado Avalanche locked down Canadian center Alex Newhook and the Philadelphia Flyers signed American defenseman Cam York. It’s likely the first of many high-profile NCAA
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It was another strong month for the New York Islanders despite them finishing with back-to-back losses against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Altogether, the Islanders went 11-4-0 in 15 games and sit among the top teams in the East Division. However, they lost their captain in Anders Lee to a season-ending knee injury and saw multiple players
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