Month: January 2021

New York Islanders (3-4-1, seventh in the East Division) vs. Philadelphia Flyers (6-2-1, second in the East Division) Philadelphia; Sunday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: New York hits the road against Philadelphia looking to break its five-game road skid. Philadelphia finished 16-4-4 in division action and 25-6-4 at home during the 2019-20 season. The Flyers
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The first thing you’ll hear before the puck drops at a Buffalo Sabres home game is the Canadian national anthem. The Sabres are the only American professional sports team to play “O Canada” before every home game, regardless of whether their opponent is Canadian or not. What’s more, the Sabres name is spelled using Canadian
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7:12 PM ET Alex Ovechkin returned to the Washington Capitals lineup on Saturday against the Boston Bruins, after missing four games following a violation of the NHL’s COVID-19 protocols. “It sucks, obviously,” Ovechkin told reporters earlier on Saturday. “No one wants to be suspended. No one wants to put yourself in that position. It’s over.
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The San Diego Gulls have signed forward Matt Lorito to a one-year American Hockey League contract. Lorito skated in 58 AHL games between the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and the Toronto Marlies last season, recording nine goals and 19 assists for 28 points. Entering his sixth pro season in 2020-21, Lorito is a two-time AHL All-Star
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One of the greatest goaltenders the National Hockey League had ever seen officially ended his playing on this date. Jan. 29 has also seen a plethora of personal milestones including the No. 1,000 reappearing in different forms. Let’s buckle into THW’s time machine for our daily trip throughout the decades. Brodeur Hangs Them Up No
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