Devils Prospect Walsh Working Hard to Grow His Game in AHL
When the New Jersey Devils drafted defenseman Reilly Walsh at the 2017 NHL Draft (81st overall/round 3) they knew they were getting a skilled player with a high hockey IQ ...
Stars Advance to 5th Cup Final in Franchise History After Game 5 OT Win
If we told you back in March that the Dallas Stars would be playing for the 2020 Stanley Cup you’d probably have told us to delete our account. But this has been a year and a season unlike any other. The Stars entered Game 5 of the West Finals up three games to one and […]
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7 Takeaways From the Stars Bananapants Game 7 Win
Game 7 of their second-round series in the Edmonton bubble was instantly one of the most memorable games in franchise history as the Dallas Stars advanced to the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2008 with a wild, 5-4 overtime win over the Colorado Avalanche. The series itself was a throwback to the […]
Q & A with Whale Rookie Kayla Friesen
If you’ve followed the NWHL or the Connecticut Whale the past few seasons, you know that times have been tough. There hasn’t been much success on the ice despite all of the talented players that have been on the roster. But this past season things started to change. The (now former) GM of the Whale, […]
Whitecaps Re-Sign 4 as They Gear Up for NWHL Season
It took a while, but the Minnesota Whitecaps roster for the 2020-21 NWHL season is finally starting to take shape. Over the past few weeks, they signed four players – or one less than they already had signed for the upcoming season. On Aug. 21 the Whitecaps announced that forward Audra Richards was returning for […]
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Stars Fizzle as Avalanche Stave Off Elimination in Game 5
Coming into Game 5 of their second-round series the Dallas Stars had a chance to punch their ticket to the Western Conference Finals. They will now have that same chance in Game 6 after they were blitzed and blasted by the Colorado Avalanche and lost 6-3. The game was truly over after the first 20 […]
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Stars Push Avalanche to Brink of Elimination with Game 4 Win
The Dallas Stars are now one game away from reaching the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2008 after their 5-4 victory over the Colorado Avalanche in Game 4 of their second-round series. Once again it was their offense and attention to detail that spurred them onto victory. Dallas scored three times in […]
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Stars Miss Opportunity in Game 3 to Take Commanding Control of Series
Nine minutes and thirteen seconds. That’s how far away the Dallas Stars were from taking a 3-0 lead in their second-round series against the Colorado Avalanche. But then the Avalanche scored two times in 1:52 to retake the lead for good in another wild, wild, west game. A 4-3 lead evaporated quickly for Dallas in […]
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Beauts Season in Review: Erin Gehen
After four years at Buffalo State College (2014-18), where she was a dominant player, Erin Gehen didn’t play anywhere during the 2018-19 season. She left BSC as the program’s all-time leader in games played (103), points (95), goals (54), assists (41), and shorthanded goals (7). Gehen, who was a team captain as a senior, will […]
Big Guns Blazing in Stars’ Impressive Game 1 Win Over the Avalanche
There was a lot to like if you’re a Dallas Stars fan following their 5-3 triumph in Game 1 of their Round 2 series against the Colorado Avalanche. They once again were without goaltender Ben Bishop and defenseman Stephen Johns, both ruled unfit to play, but they weren’t needed in the series opener. Dallas had […]
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Around the NWHL: Buie Heads Home, Whale Get New GM & More
Over the past seven days, there were three signings in the NWHL involving a recent draft pick, a player who had a stellar rookie season, and an original member of the league. All three will surely have an impact on their teams in the NWHL’s upcoming sixth season. There was also a change in leadership […]
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3 Takeaways From the Stars’ Pivotal Game 5 Win
The Dallas Stars played perhaps their best game in the 2020 Playoffs and came away with a 2-1 win over the Calgary Flames in a pivotal Game 5. With the win, the Stars can now punch their ticket to the second round and extinguish the Flames for good on Thursday in Game 6. Dallas’ defense […]
3 Takeaways From the Stars’ Game 4 Overtime Win
There were a lot of contributors to the Dallas Stars earning a split in their series against the Calgary Flames with a 5-4 thrilling overtime win in Game 4. Perhaps the single biggest overlooked contribution was Tyler Seguin being able to acrobatically do the splits at the blueline and stay onside at the onset of […]
Oleksiak the Unlikely Hero As Stars Even Series
Despite looking lethargic for most of Game 1, the Dallas Stars turned the tables and looked like a top-tier playoff team (at times) in Game 2 of their opening-round series against the Calgary Flames, and it was just enough to come away with a wild 5-4 win to even the series. The Stars raced out […]
Brickner Becomes 100th Player to Sign For Upcoming NWHL Season
The announcement of the latest player to sign on for NWHL Season 6 was a bit of a milestone – as it was the 100th player to sign a contract for the upcoming season. That player, fittingly, was defender Jordan Brickner Gragnano who re-signed with the Connecticut Whale for her sixth season. She is one […]
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3 Takeaways from Stars’ Game 1 Loss to Flames
It definitely wasn’t the prettiest Game 1 in the history of the Dallas Stars franchise and whether they lost by three goals or one goal, all it counts as is just one loss. After their 3-2 loss to open the series against the Calgary Flames there is work to do and they have the right […]
Emptying the NWHL Notebook: the Lost Leveille & Selander Tapes
It feels like a lifetime ago (four months ago right before Easter) that I spoke with the NWHL’s two premier goaltenders about the then-upcoming Isobel Cup Final. The championship game had been postponed at that time and was eventually scrapped in mid-May. Related: NWHL Delays Start of Season Six Both Lovisa Selander of the Boston […]
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A Devils Fan’s Guide to the Stanley Cup Playoffs
The puck is about to drop on Stanley Cup Playoffs and once again the New Jersey Devils are not a part of it. But there are plenty of former Devils and Devils’ employees who will be participating in the restart to the completion of the NHL’s paused season. Related: Devils Long Layoff a Silver Lining […]
NWHL Season 6 Start Delayed Until January
The NWHL announced today that their sixth season, which was to begin this upcoming November, is now planning to start in January 2021 as they prioritize the well-being of all players, staff, fans, and the community in the midst of a global pandemic. Each of the six teams will play a full season (20 games) […]
Whitecaps Season in Review: Audra Richards
After spending her rookie season with the Metropolitan Riveters, Audra Richards played her second season in the NWHL a bit closer to home after signing with the Minnesota Whitecaps. She played in all 16 games as a rookie, putting up eight goals and another two goals in two playoff games. She followed that up with […]
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