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  • From Hometown Hockey: Who: Florida Panthers Where: First Niagra Center, Buffalo, NY When: 7:00PM Know thine enemy: On paper, the Panthers looked much improved heading into the 2014-15 campaign, but the opposite has proven true. For all the additions to the roster, the team is as inept as it gets on offense, having mustered just […] The post Super Official Preview: Sabres v... read more...
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  • Wednesday night, Washington Capitals (4-2-2) return home for a primetime NBC matchup with Detroit (4-2-2), one of six at Verizon Center over their next eight, following a topsy-turvy western Canadian road trip that saw arguably their most complete victory of the season in Calgary and then a dud in Vancouver. Once again, Coach Barry Trotz […]... read more...
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  • Photos from Monday’s Florida Panthers game against the Ottawa Senators at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla., are just sad to look at. The Panthers’ stadium is built to accommodate 19,250 people, but the Panthers rarely come close to drawing enough fans to fill the stadium. So far this season, Florida has come in dead last in attendance throughout the league, averaging just ... read more...
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  • #457178578 / gettyimages.com 7,311 people showed up for the Florida Panthers’ home opener against the Ottawa Senators, setting the record for lowest attendance in franchise history (it was previously 10,063). The Panthers lost 1-0. Florida (1-2-2) went into their home opener winless, which might have something to do with the low attendance, but it doesn’t fully explain th... read more...
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  • DENVER – The Sharks won’t have John Scott in the lineup the rest of the road trip. In a way, you can’t argue with the NHL’s two-game suspension. Yep, he came off the bench on a legal line change and went straight for Tim Jackman. Rules say you can’t do that and a player can be suspended for that. It is discretionary, but we’re talking about John Scott &... read more...
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  • CALGARY – The Alex Ovechkin Western Canada Tour, featuring the Washington Capitals, chugged into the mountains Friday morning, practicing inside the Canadian Olympic Park here in Calgary. Children turned out in droves, screaming whenever Ovechkin whipped around the boards, and though the media contingent was dwarfed by that at the team’s first stop in Edmonton, […]... read more...
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  • A simple flailing stick had plunged the Washington Capitals toward a second straight defeat, so Joel Ward offered the simplest justification one could manage amid the lingering displeasure. “That’s just sports,” the forward said. “It’s hard to pinpoint any differences, except there were a couple turnovers they happened to score. That’s just sports.” Inside the […]... read more...
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  • CALGARY – Andre Burakovsky strode confidently down the hallways of Rexall Place, past the reporters clustered around Coach Barry Trotz, and opened the door to what he assumed would be the visiting lockers. Instead, it was an administrator’s room, and Burakovsky had no time to apologize to General Manager Brian MacLellan before scurrying away, quite […]... read more...
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  • Detroit Red Wings News Wings Make Wishes Come True – Detroit Red Wings Spending time to make a child’s dream come true is always important. Red Wings’ Mike Babcock hopes to keep Datsyuk, Zetterberg and Abdelkader together all season – Mlive If Detroit’s game against Washington showed us anything, it is the chemistry these three […] read more...
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  • VANCOUVER – In the hockey circles of Halifax, hard by the Canadian coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, the discussion always returns to Liam O’Brien. “Everyone’s talking about it,” said Capitals goaltender Justin Peters, whose brother attends school where the unlikeliest NHL story was raised. “Everyone’s really cheering him on.” From injured rookie camp invitee to […]... read more...
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  • SUNRISE, Fla. -- Scottie Upshall scored at 10:56 of the third period and Roberto Luongo made 32 saves in front of another small crowd and the Florida Panthers earned a 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night. The announced crowd was 7,691, which was just 380 more than the franchise record low of 7,311 that watched the Panthers' game against Ottawa on Oct. 13th. ... read more...
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  • Aleksander Barkov – Florida Panthers, C 2013-14 Stats: 8 G, 16 A, 24 P, 54 GP The second overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, Barkov is actually set for his 4th season of pro hockey. The native of Finland played two seasons with his hometown Tappara Tampere prior to his NHL debut with the Panthers last year. The Panthers won’t be great this season, but they’ll lean on... read more...
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