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Blue Jackets Enter Deadline on Deceptive Losing Streak

Be careful how you view the Columbus Blue Jackets these days. Depending on which numbers you look at, you might get an entirely different story than what’s really going on. Entering Saturday night’s game against the Nashville Predators, the Blue Jackets lost seven games in a row. That hasn’t happened to the team since the infamous 0-8-0 start that cost Todd Richards his coaching job. A loss to the Predators would tie that mark for losses. But there’s a catch. Within the seven game losing s...
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Senators’ Trade Bait & Potential Landing Spots

The Ottawa Senators once again look to be gearing up for a busy trade deadline on Feb. 24. Five players currently sit on the TSN Trade Bait list, two of which are among the top three. While the crop of trade targets is less enticing than last year’s, teams have shown that they are willing to pay high prices to bolster their rosters for the playoffs. Already, several players have been traded, including the Senators’ own Dylan DeMelo, who was sent to the Winnipeg Jets for a third-round pick. R...
Tags: Sport, Jets, Hockey, Calgary Flames, Alberta, New York Rangers, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Edmonton Oilers, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Vladislav Namestnikov, Oilers, Maple Leafs


Detroit Claims Defenseman Cody Goloubef

Detroit claims Cody Goloubef off waivers from Ottawa. — Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) February 21, 2020   His HockeyDB profile.
Tags: Sport, Detroit, Ottawa, Cody Goloubef, Chris Johnston


Coyotes Weekly: Gearing Up for the Trade Deadline

The 2019-20 NHL trade deadline is right around the corner, and, with the Arizona Coyotes’ playoff hopes being very much up in the air at the current point in time, general manager John Chayka may be considering adding to his roster this year after a relatively quiet deadline in 2019. Arizona Coyotes general manager John Chayka has his work cut out for him at this year’s trade deadline. (Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images) The Coyotes need some help offensively, and it would...
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Windsor Spitfires’ Weekly: East, Mickey Renaud, First Responders

The long-awaited busy schedule for the Windsor Spitfires is finally here. With one month to go in the regular season and just a few points separating five teams in the OHL’s Western Conference, it’s a pretty big deal. From a big Eastern trip to honouring a former captain — another road trip to some very important people — life’s not slowing down in the Rose City. Back in September, the Spitfires were coming off an eighth-place finish in the Western Conference. Most predictions for 2019-20 ha...
Tags: London, Sport, Canada, Hockey, Kingston, Sting, Ottawa, Windsor, Mark, Wright, Terry Wilson, Jane, OHL, Mickey, Tecumseh, London Knights


Assessing the Maple Leafs Ahead of the Trade Deadline

Five days ahead of the Feb. 24, 2020, NHL Trade Deadline, there has already been an abundance of trade activity. Some of the biggest pieces of trade bait have already been moved, and some of these players have fetched a larger return than what many people had anticipated. That said, there are names that still remain in play and the Toronto Maple Leafs will certainly be part of those conversations as we inch closer to deadline day. The Trade Market So Far As of Feb. 19, first and second-...
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DeMelo Deal a Deft One for Jets

The Winnipeg Jets have made a deft move by dealing for Dylan DeMelo. Acquired from the Ottawa Senators Tuesday in exchange for a 2020 third-round draft pick, DeMelo will help stabilize a Jets’ d-corp that’s been suspect and struggling all season long. DeMelo an Immediate Upgrade Much has been made about the Jets’ defensive deficiencies in 2019-20, which are due to a combination a mass exodus after the 2018-19 campaign, general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff’s inaction over the offseason, ...
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2020 NHL Trade Deadline: Fisher’s Big Board of Bait

It is a sellers’ market and the prices are steep. That is evident, based on the deals to date. Teams wanting to upgrade ahead of Monday’s NHL trade deadline are going to pay a premium, especially for players with term. See Blake Coleman. Even the rentals — from top-six wingers like Tyler Toffoli to bottom-pairing defenders like Marco Scandella — are fetching significant (and surprising) returns. Nobody is coming cheap. The 2020 NHL Trade Deadline is approaching. Make sure you're ...
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Senators’ 3 Worst Contracts Ever

The Ottawa Senators have not been known to spend large amounts of cash in free agency. Unfortunately, the franchise has made mistakes when it comes to the re-signing of certain players. In managing contracts, the salary cap is paramount. These contracts handicapped the Senators for years, and some are still having repercussions. These are the worst contracts in team history: Dis-Honourable Mention: Milan Michalek Many Senators fans see Milan Michalek as one of the pieces of the Dany Heat...
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591 Aviation News

Airbus buys out Bombardier, the Gulfstream G700 makes its maiden flight, Airbus is testing a blended wing body aircraft, Boeing gets a 30 aircraft LOI for the passenger 747-8, Delta Airlines says they’ll spend $1B to become carbon neutral, a Canadian aviation museum seeks to appeal to people who aren’t #AvGeeks, the risks of turning off your ADS-B transponder, and the U.S. might block sale of the LEAP-1C engine to China. Also, a great positive airline story of the week, an emergency AD for the C...
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Capitals Acquire Dillon from Sharks in Exchange for Draft Picks

Players continue to be on the move in advance of the Feb. 24 NHL Trade Deadline, as the Washington Capitals have acquired defenseman Brenden Dillon from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a 2020 second-round pick and a conditional 2021 third round pick. Welcome to Washington, @BDillon04!! The Washington Capitals have acquired defenseman Brenden Dillon from the San Jose Sharks for a 2020 second round pick (originally acquired from Colorado) and a conditional 2021 third round pickFull Detai...
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Ottawa Senators Legend – Chris Phillips

There’s something special about a player who spends his entire career with one team. Whereas it used to be a common occurrence – think Mario Lemieux, Jean Beliveau, or Joe Sakic – the salary cap era has made the feat somewhat rarer. Now, franchise players often finish their careers in other markets. It’s led to the departure of Daniel Alfredsson from the Ottawa Senators, to Jarome Iginla getting traded from the Calgary Flames, or to Martin Brodeur making a brief appearance with the St. Louis Blu...
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2020 NHL Draft Rankings: Forbes’ Top 124 for February

Forbes’ Top 62 Preseason Rankings Folks, it’s been a while – and I mean a while – since you were able to last check in with my prospect rankings heading into the 2020 NHL Draft. While I haven’t laid out my rankings for some time, my fellow colleagues – Josh Bell and Larry Fisher have been all over the upcoming draft and which prospects to keep an eye on. That said, for the first time since October, I’m back with an updated list of prospects from major junior to the NCAA and all the way...
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Kings trade Tyler Toffoli to Vancouver Canucks

Los Angeles Kings right wing Tyler Toffoli (73) in the third period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, at Air Force Academy, Colo. The Kings won 3-1. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Colorado Avalanche goaltender Philipp Grubauer (31) checks the net after a shot off the stick of Los Angeles Kings right wing Tyler Toffoli (73) in the first period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, at Air Force Academy, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Sound The gallery will resume...
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Ugly Team Stats

from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News, There have been a lot of things ailing the Red Wings this season, some more than others. Lack of offense has been a problem often, and never more so than in recent games. The Wings are coming off a four-game road trip in which they scored five goals total. In the 10 games since they’ve returned from the All-Star break, the Wings have scored a grand total of 14 goals. It’s just not good enough to win – and the Wings obviously haven’t been do...
Tags: Sport, Wings, NHL, Ottawa, Dylan Larkin, Red Wings, Detroit News, Ted Kulfan


Redoing the 2005 NHL Draft

Originally written April 2015 It’s been almost 15 years since one of the most noteworthy drafts in recent NHL history took place in Ottawa, Ontario. The 2005 NHL Draft was the first one after the lockout that caused the cancellation 2004-05 season. Because of that, every team in the league was put into the lottery for a chance at a player that many believed to be the best rookie since Wayne Gretzky. The Buffalo Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers and Columbus Blue Jackets all had...
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Steve Yzerman’s Best Lightning Trades

Steve Yzerman shocked the hockey world when he stepped down as general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning in September 2018. He was the GM and vice president of the Lightning since 2010, and had been one of the most successful GM’s in recent memory. For many of his years in Tampa Bay, the Bolts had been favorites to make a run for the Stanley Cup. There was a lot of hard work in the organization, but Yzerman made some key trades and drafted some key players to help the Lightning get to where ...
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Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Buffalo Sabres – Game #60 Preview & Projected Lines

After taking care of business in Ottawa last night, the Toronto Maple Leafs face a rested Sabres team as Frederik Andersen looks for his first win since January 29 tonight in Buffalo (7 p.m. ET, SNO). Sheldon Keefe hinted yesterday that there might be some callups on the way with the Marlies spending the weekend […] The post Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Buffalo Sabres – Game #60 Preview & Projected Lines appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Ottawa, Game Day, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Sabres, Frederik Andersen, Sheldon Keefe


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Campbell, Worst Trade, Nylander & Marchment

Well, it didn’t take long before Jack Campbell endeared himself to other Toronto Maple Leafs players. All game long against the Ottawa Senators on Feb. 15, when play stopped in front of his net, he was tapping away on his teammates – thanking them for this play or that as they helped him keep shots out of the net. Obviously, it worked because his Maple Leafs beat a surprisingly resistant and determined Senators’ team that pressed all night long. The final score was 4-2 Toronto. Related: Maple...
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Game #59 Review: Toronto Maple Leafs 4 vs. Ottawa Senators 2

The Toronto Maple Leafs made it 3-0-0 in the season series against the Senators with their first win in Ottawa since January of 2018 last night on HNIC. Your game in ten: 1.  This quote from DJ Smith (below), followed by Nikita Zaitsev going off the glass to no one on his second shift of […] The post Game #59 Review: Toronto Maple Leafs 4 vs. Ottawa Senators 2 appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Ottawa, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Nikita Zaitsev, DJ Smith, Game Reviews


20 Biggest NHL Trades in the Past Year

There are many ways for a general manager to improve his team, be it free agency, the waiver wire and of course the trade market. It’s a dance that is done not only at the trade deadline but throughout the season and offseason as well. Some come together quickly and painlessly, while others take several months of painstaking negotiations between two opposing GMs. Over the past year, we have seen a couple of blockbuster trades get completed that have changed the entire landscape of the NHL. We...
Tags: Long Read, Trades Contracts and Transactions, 2019 Trade Deadline, J.T. Miller, Mark Stone, Phil Kessel, Taylor Hall, Top Story


Fresh blanket of snow forecast for snow-weary northern tier of the US

Another wave of snow will target the northern tier of the United States, bringing nuisance snow for the start of the week.The same storm will first take aim at the Rockies, whitening the ground from Salt Lake City to Denver into Monday and producing upwards of a foot of snow in the highest elevations of central Colorado. Then the storm will shift north, aiming for the northern Plains."As many storms have done so far this winter, the snow will spread from northern Minnesota through northern New E...
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5 Takeaways From Maple Leafs 4-2 Win in Ottawa

With both teams travelling in completely opposite directions when it comes to the NHL’s standings, the rivalry between the Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs isn’t exactly what it used to be – at least not this season. Still, it was an important two points for the Maple Leafs who are fighting for their playoff lives on a game-to-game basis and the Senators found a way to make a game of it. That said, the Maple Leafs did pull off a 4-2 win in Ottawa on Saturday night to keep them moving i...
Tags: Colorado, Washington, Boston, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Ottawa, Hutchinson, Philadelphia Flyers, Auston Matthews, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Atlantic Division, Dave Hakstol, Campbell


Winter storm to dish out another helping of snow to northern US

Another wave of snow will target the northern tier of the United States, bringing mainly nuisance snow for the start of the week.The same storm will first take aim at the Rockies, whitening the ground from Salt Lake City to Denver into Monday and producing upwards of a foot of snow in the highest elevations of central Colorado. The storm will then shift north and aim for the northern Plains. "As many storms have done so far this winter, the snow will spread from the Upper Midwest through nort...
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Senators’ DeMelo Should Be Kept

Rebuilding NHL teams often find themselves in a position where flipping pending free agents is the best course of action, but that rule isn’t universal and doesn’t have to be. Dylan DeMelo is an unrestricted free agent on July 1, as he wraps up his 2 year, $1.8 million contract, and the Senators should do everything they can to keep him in Ottawa. DeMelo was acquired as somewhat of a throw-in in the Erik Karlsson trade, but has carved a niche in a respectable role for the team. Dylan ...
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Sharks Who Could Be Moved by the Trade Deadline

Only about a week is left before the trade deadline on Feb. 24. Given that the San Jose Sharks are 10 points out of the final wild card spot in the Western Conference and with injuries to centers Logan Couture, Tomas Hertl, and more recently defenseman Erik Karlsson, the Sharks should be sellers. Related: San Jose Sharks – A Brief History Consideration on which players could be traded include: whether they are unrestricted free agents (UFA) at the end of the season, their cap hit, whether...
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Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators – Game #59 Preview & Projected Lines

The Toronto Maple Leafs will kick off what should be a four-point weekend with the first of two highly-winnable matchups against the Senators tonight in Ottawa (7 p.m. ET, CBC). It has been a while since there was serious talk about a backup stealing starts from Frederik Andersen, but there is a growing chorus of […] The post Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators – Game #59 Preview & Projected Lines appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
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Sharks’ Karlsson Out for Season With Broken Thumb

The San Jose Sharks have been dealt a big blow to their blue line as Erik Karlsson will miss the rest of the season with a broken left thumb. #SJSharks defenseman Erik Karlsson has suffered a broken thumb and will be out for the remainder of the season.https://t.co/6cXEfzH8k3— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) February 15, 2020 Karlsson suffered the injury last night in the Sharks’ 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets, in which he skated 19:26 and was a minus-one. The injury will require ...
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CFL teams under the microscope after free agency begins

The start of CFL free agency Tuesday gave general managers their first real chance to begin re-tooling their teams for the 2020 season.While some big names remain, here's a look at how teams helped — or hurt — themselves and what lies ahead leading up to next month's CFL combine in Toronto.It should be noted that things could change if, or when, the top available players like receiver Derel Walker (65 catches, 1,040 yards, six TDs last season with Toronto), offensive lineman Derek Denn...
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Blue Jackets’ Liam Foudy Belongs in NHL

Liam Foudy has had a week he will never forget. It started with a phone call while laying in bed. It continues with the London Knights with three games in four nights Friday, Saturday and Monday including a showdown with OHL leading Ottawa. In the middle, Foudy showed us he belongs in the NHL. He did not look out of place. Foudy followed up a nice NHL debut against Tampa Bay with an even better performance in Buffalo against the Sabres. The Blue Jackets did lose the game 4-3 in overti...
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