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The New York Rangers rebuild has been nothing short of a thrill-ride rollercoaster filled with the highs of new stardom to the lows of home-grown talent departing the franchise. Amongst the highs and lows were Brett Howden’s arrival to New York and the lingering lack of center depth that plagues the team’s progress. Mika Zibanejad […]The post Howden Has the Tools to Fill the Rangers’ Gap at Center appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Tampa Bay Lightning announced Saturday they signed former St. Louis Blues forward Pat Maroon to a one-year, $900,000 contract. Last season, he played in 74 regular-season games and recorded 28 points while scoring seven points in 26 Stanley Cup Playoff games. Maroon, a St. Louis native, has bounced around the league the last few […]The post Lightning Get Leadership & Experience with Maroon appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Hockey news has been dead for the last month. There haven’t been a lot of signings or moves lately, so naturally, Derick Brassard being close to signing with a team was all the talk over the last week. It all started with a tweet from former Edmonton Oiler Georges Laraque, who “heard” that the Oilers […]The post The Oilers Didn’t Miss out on Derick Brassard appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Vancouver Canucks young forward Brock Boeser remains unsigned, and there doesn’t seem to be much positive action towards a solution. However, that doesn’t mean that Canucks’ general manager Jim Benning is sitting on his hands. Quite the opposite: he’s actively putting his team together piece by piece. Related: NHL Rumors: Boeser, Honka, Rangers, Trade Candidates, […]The post Canucks News & Rumors: Silovs, Tanev, Teddy Bears & Pettersson appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The St. Louis Blues won a Stanley Cup in 2019, thanks in no small part to the steady work general manager Doug Armstrong did building the team through the draft. Along with assistant general manager Bill Armstrong (no relation), the Blues’ front office has built a reputation of being strong drafters. In this series, we […]The post Revisiting Doug Armstrong’s Drafts — 2017 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
This has been the most stressful yet rewarding offseason for the New York Rangers in recent memory. With all of the pieces falling into the right places, the Blueshirts used this offseason to try and finish the Stanley Cup puzzle. For president John Davidson and general manager Jeff Gorton, this was the offseason to turn […]The post Setting Expectations for Rangers’ 2019 Offseason Additions appeared first on The Hockey Writers.