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Five keys for the Blues to pull off an upset in the Stanley Cup final

The on-paper facts and figures favor the Bruins, but the Blues have far better than a punchers chance in the 2019 final. What are their keys to victory The post Five keys for the Blues to pull off an upset in the Stanley Cup final appeared first on TheHockeyNews. ...


David Backes regrets never winning a Stanley Cup in St. Louis, looks forward to denying the Blues now

David Backes would have loved nothing more than to bring a Stanley Cup to St. Louis. He regrets that he didnt. But squaring off against the Blues in the final, the current Bruin is looking to deny his former team its first Stanley Cup victory. The post David Backes regrets never winning a Stanley Cup in St. Louis, looks forward to denying the Blues now appeared first on TheHockeyNews. ...


World Championship Roundup: Finland wins gold for first time since 2011

Despite a strong effort by Canada, a two-goal night by Marko Anttila and a big effort in net by Kevin Lankinen secured the World Championship for Finland. The post World Championship Roundup: Finland wins gold for first time since 2011 appeared first on TheHockeyNews. ...


Draft prospect Alex Beaucage has been a weapon for Rouyn-Noranda

The Huskies won their second QMJHL championship in four years and are now in the Memorial Cup final against Halifax. Beaucage, who has hockey is his blood, has grown leaps and bounds this season. The post Draft prospect Alex Beaucage has been a weapon for Rouyn-Noranda appeared first on TheHockeyNews. ...


The Hockey News’ People of Power and Influence: No 89 – Cam Neely

We count down The Hockey News Top 100 People of Power and Influence. The post The Hockey News’ People of Power and Influence: No 89 – Cam Neely appeared first on TheHockeyNews. ...


Bruins have been in hibernation, but they’ll be ready once the puck drops in the Stanley Cup final

The layoff has been a long one for the Bruins with the Stanley Cup final on the horizon, but Boston has done everything it can to stay prepared ahead of Mondays Game 1. The post Bruins have been in hibernation, but they’ll be ready once the puck drops in the Stanley Cup final appeared first on TheHockeyNews. ...


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