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One for the Ages: Mats Naslund’s 1985-86 NHL Season

Mats Naslund played a style of hockey that was far larger than his 5-foot-7, 160-pound frame. Possessing tremendous speed and an ability to generate offense seemingly on a whim, Naslund was the star forward for the Montreal Canadiens during the decade of the 1980s. Combining his skill, determination, and Nordic heritage, the fans of Montreal […] The post One for the Ages: Mats Naslund’s 1985-86 NHL Season appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Should the NHL Bring Back Christmas Games?

The Pittsburgh Penguins franchise can always find a reason to celebrate. From Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve games to theme nights and victory parades, the organization—from the front office right down to the players— loves to find a way to make games fun and memorable for fans. There is one holiday that would make for […] The post Should the NHL Bring Back Christmas Games appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Trading Kessel Would Be a Monumental Mistake

Perhaps no team this year has been more frustrating to watch than the Pittsburgh Penguins. With a plethora of talent, the Penguins have struggled to string wins together, but currently find themselves at 12-10-6 and remarkably only one point out of a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Whether it be inconsistent goaltending or a […] The post Trading Kessel Would Be a Monumental Mistake appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Zach Hyman: Maple Leafs’ Top-6 Winger & Children’s Author

Zach Hyman is one smart guy. Mostly known as a Toronto Maple Leafs winger, when he is away from the ice he also writes children’s books. The message of his books “Believe and you can achieve.” Becoming a children’s author wasn’t what Hyman planned to do with his life. He wanted, like many Canadian kids, […] The post Zach Hyman: Maple Leafs’ Top-6 Winger & Children’s Author appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Unbreakable Records: The St. Louis Blues and the 1978 NHL Draft

In 1978, the St. Louis Blues set an unbeatable record at the final NHL Amateur Draft. In the following year, the NHL allowed teams to draft players from the defunct WHA and those who had played overseas. In light of these changes, the league renamed the annual inventory-taking event as the NHL Entry Draft to […] The post Unbreakable Records: The St. Louis Blues and the 1978 NHL Draft appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


Stamkos Hat Trick Leads Lightning Over Rangers

TAMPA, Fla. — Steven Stamkos had three goals to become the first player from the 2008 draft to reach 700 points, and the NHL-leading Tampa Bay Lightning won their seventh consecutive game by beating the New York Rangers 6-3 on Monday night. Stamkos sco... The post Stamkos Hat Trick Leads Lightning Over Rangers appeared first on The Hockey Writers. ...


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