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  • CANADA :: The 'B' Team

    Considering the number of key guys left off of the 2014 Canadian Olymic roster I decided to put together Canada's 'B' team. It would certainly be capable of winning a medal in Sochi as well and in a winner take all game it would give the actual Olympic team a run for it's money.  Read More
  • Bruins 4 - Oilers 2 :: The GGBU

    After a slow start the Oilers put in one of their best efforts of the season but it wasn't enough against the Bruins tonight. Here is the Great, Good, Bad & Ugly from the 4-2 loss.  Read More
  • Oilers 5 - Hurricanes 4 :: The GGBU

    It wasn't pretty, in fact, it was ugly but at this point a win is a win for the Oilers as they use an overtime power play to get by the Hurricanes 5-4. Here is the Great, Good, Bad & Ugly from the win.  Read More
  • Game Day :: Hurricanes @ Oilers

    The Oilers are looking to find some consistency in their game as they get set to host the Hurricanes tonight at Rexall. Here is everything you need to know about tonight's rematch of the 2006 Stanley Cup Final.  Read More
  • Morning Skate :: Iggy Returns To Dome

    The Bruins visit the Flames Tuesday in a national telecast on TSN, marking the return ofJarome Iginla to Calgary. Iginla played the first 16 seasons of his NHL career for the Flames, becoming the franchise’s all-time leader in goals (525), points (1,095) and games played (1,219). He also was the longest-serving captain in club history (2003-13); led the team in scoring for 11 consecutive seasons, the longest such streak for any player in NHL history; and guided the Flames to the 2004 Stanley Cup Final.
    “I’m trying to prepare myself. I don’t plan on being extremely emotional, but I don’t know. I really want to try and take it as it comes,” Iginla told the Canadian Press. “I had great experiences. I loved playing here. I’m going to enjoy playing here [tonight] and being back in the Saddledome. Hopefully it’s a warm reception and I know it will be special for myself. I imagine it’s going to be a little bit different at the start, but it will be cool.”
    Ottawa 5, Philadelphia 4 (SO)
    Pittsburgh 2, Columbus 1
    Vancouver 2, Carolina 0
    Anaheim 5, NY Islanders 2
    The Ducks (21-7-5, 47 points) scored four unanswered goals to record their third consecutive victory and tie the Blackhawks (21-6-5, 47 points) for the most points in the NHL. Corey Perry found the back of the net twice, including a highlight-reel goal from his knees with 1.7 seconds remaining in the second period.
    * The Ducks improved to 11-0-2 this season at Honda Center, the club’s best home start in franchise history. They remain the only team undefeated in regulation at home in 2013-14. Since the 2005-06 season, only one other team has played its first 13 home games without a regulation loss (2008-09 Sharks: 20-0-2).
    * The Ducks have earned at least one point in eight of their past nine games overall (6-1-2), including six straight (4-0-2).
    * Perry extended his goal-scoring streak to a career-high six consecutive games (7-2—9), besting his previous mark of five set March 19-26, 2011 (8-2—10). His six-game run also is tied for the longest goal streak in the NHL this season with St. Louis’ Alexander Steen and Tampa Bay’s Steven Stamkos. Perry has points in eight straight games dating to Nov. 23 (8-3—11).
    * Perry became the third NHLer this season to reach the 20-goal mark (33 GP). He is tied for second in goals with Steen (28 GP), two behind League-leader Alex Ovechkin (28 GP).
    * Captain Ryan Getzlaf collected an assist to extend his point streak to 12 games (6-9—15), one shy of the longest such streak in the NHL this season (set by Steen Oct. 17-Nov. 16). Getzlaf has recorded at least one point in each of his last 14 games dating to Nov. 6 (10-11—21), but missed three team games Nov. 10-14. It marks the fir Read More
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