Month: July 2021

General manager Marc Bergevin is defending the Montreal Canadiens’ controversial selection in Friday’s NHL entry draft. The Habs took Logan Mailloux with the No. 31 pick just days after the defenceman posted a statement on Twitter asking teams not to choose him in this year’s draft. Mailloux’s statement followed news that he had been charged
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League today released the complete schedule of games for the 2021-22 regular season, the league’s 86th year of operation. The season, with 31 teams playing a total of 1,118 games, begins on Friday, October 15 and concludes on Sunday, April 24. “After two seasons shortened by the COVID-19 pandemic,
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The Buffalo Sabres have picked defenceman Owen Power first overall in the NHL entry draft. The six-foot-six, 213-pound blueliner from Mississauga, Ont., played at the University of Michigan last season before being selected to Team Canada for the men’s world hockey championships in May. The league’s newest franchise, the Seattle Kraken, chose Power’s Michigan teammate
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There is no doubt the main goal this offseason for Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher was to overhaul his blue line. In just a matter of a couple of days, he has accomplished just that. His latest move came just hours before the start of the NHL Entry Draft.  The Flyers have acquired defenseman
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For the second year in a row, NHL general managers and scouts will gather around their computers Friday for a virtual entry draft. Owen Power, a six-foot-six, 213-pound defenceman from Mississauga, Ont., is expected to be selected by the Buffalo Sabres with the first overall pick. The league’s newest franchise, the Seattle Kraken, will choose
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