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  1. 43 points
  2. 30 points
    Man, Calgary just can’t get enough of our sloppy seconds can they?
  3. 29 points
    I was expecting Calgary to have taken him back...
  4. 24 points
    JD Burke thinks he's so important. What a whiny bitch opinion to have.
  5. 24 points
    This wasn't a mistake. This was seven(?) years of bullying someone who, at its peak, had the mental capacity of a ten year old. He called the kid, a Black kid, the n-word repeatedly, and fed him candy that had been in a urinal. The kid had to get an HIV test. Actions have consequences. I'm all for redemption, but you have to show that you've changed. Miller sounds like he wasn't actually sorry, just sorry he got caught.
  6. 23 points
  7. 22 points
    Smart move for him, Obviously, He would rather play in Siberia than Calgary.
  8. 21 points
    If it weren't for COVID, he would've definitely have a NHL job by now. I do believe he will be back in the league sooner rather than later. He really stepped up his game for the team in the playoffs. Best of luck to him and hope he gets back to the NHL soon.
  9. 21 points
  10. 19 points
    Watch out Demko and Holtby In all seriousness, he looks pretty good in net. Didn’t know he was that flexible!
  11. 19 points
    Good. We never have to worry about him injuring 3 Canucks in a game ever again.
  12. 17 points
  13. 17 points
    Fantenberg to Calgary up next I would assume.
  14. 17 points
    I’m thinking the ship sailed on Leivo once we signed Hawryluk. Gives more of a chance for someone like Lind.
  15. 16 points
    2025 DRAFT TIDBITS PART 2 Martin Caha (C) A 6'1 198 lbs playmaking centerman that is playing for Vitkovice in the Czech Extraliga this season, Caha is off to a fast start with 5 goals and 12 assists in 16 games thsu far. This is Caha's first full season in the top Czech league, after making his initial debut all the way back in 2020-21. Caha plays your prototypical playmaking game, with strengths including his passing and vision. Overall, Caha plays a very pro-like game with not many deficiencies. By all means, Caha can turn into a playmaking two-way forward who can control all ends of the ice. Right now, Caha is getting some interest from the KHL as it looks like he may make the jump there soon. John Motte (C/LW/RW) A prospect playing for the Las Vegas Storm U18 team, Motte is off to a fantastic start with 7 goals and 21 points through 17 games this season. A smaller two-way forward at just 5'8 and 171 lbs, Motte has the potential to make a big impact at the NHL level. With 20's in acceleration and speed, Motte is one of the fastest players in this draft class. As you would expect with some smaller players, he needs to work on his strength. However, Motte has shown versatility playing all three positions, and already has defensive stats that would put him in the upper echelon of the NHL right now. Layne Aleman (RD/LD) Another diminutive draft prospect, this time a defenceman. Aleman stands at 5'9 and weighs 178 lbs and is in his second season with Cape Breton in the QMJHL. Last season, Aleman introduced himself to scouts with a bang putting up 51 points in 68 games from the back end. This year, he's off to a similar start with 17 points through 27 games. Aleman is an extremely good skater, and although listed as a playmaking offensive defenceman, projects to be a minute munching defenceman at the NHL that can play in every single situation at a top level. Mitchell Murray (RW) Likely the hottest player in this draft class right now, Murray's start with Blainville-Boisbriand in the QMJHL is insane. Through 29 games, Murray has 27 goals and 46 points. The craziest thing about all of this is that Murray isn't even known for his goal scoring abilities. The finesse forward plays an offensive minded game that relies on his stickhandling, deking and passing. The shot is there, however it likely won't translate like this to an NHL level unless it improves. Like many finesse forwards, Murray is also poor defensively and that is something he must work on. Olli Goljahanpoor (RW) Goljahanpoor is in his rookie season for Jokerit in the KHL. Through 32 games thus far, Goljahanpoor has chipped in with 1 goal and 9 assists, while playing a heavy penalty killing role. Goljahanpoor is listed as a defensive forward, which may drop his draft stock this upcoming draft however whichever team ends up with him will be very lucky. While his defensive capabilities are not quite up there with other top defensive forwards in the NHL, Goljahanpoor is still young and has room to improve. Add in a decent set of offensive skills, and you will be looking at a TA beast who can chip in with some points.
  16. 16 points
    November 9 https://imgur.com/a/L8SRqj6 November 10 https://imgur.com/a/zDjQIIL November 11 https://imgur.com/a/a3zePfJ November 12 https://imgur.com/a/EIgqajL Standings
  17. 16 points
    Treliving is that annoying sibling that steals all your clothes in the morning.
  18. 15 points
    December 17 https://imgur.com/a/J42dkVo December 18 https://imgur.com/a/yMGiD98 December 19 https://imgur.com/a/TGu9fWi December 20 https://imgur.com/a/vac3tA7 Standings
  19. 15 points
    November 25 https://imgur.com/a/NNcxIUq November 26 https://imgur.com/a/drkFzpK November 27 https://imgur.com/a/lkE71Ww November 28 - NO GAMES November 29 https://imgur.com/a/jliVptZ November 30 https://imgur.com/a/rAMFtTB Standings
  20. 15 points
    November 17 https://imgur.com/a/pKRPIRZ November 18 https://imgur.com/a/5O9jRuN November 19 https://imgur.com/a/RWSc3kn November 20 https://imgur.com/a/oFHjDpW Standings
  21. 15 points
    November 5 https://imgur.com/a/4owbZht November 6 https://imgur.com/a/xU9F1AG November 7 https://imgur.com/a/XH9hcFp November 8 https://imgur.com/a/tdvgizs Standings
  22. 15 points
    He'll start working a dive bar so he can keep handing out cheap shots. Good riddance.
  23. 14 points
    December 21 https://imgur.com/a/KanHzQe December 22 https://imgur.com/a/tIDmnwe December 23 https://imgur.com/a/zxgBTAE December 24 https://imgur.com/a/OGzSq4Q December 25 - NO GAMES Standings
  24. 14 points
    November 21 https://imgur.com/a/5RVkHr3 November 22 https://imgur.com/a/THqaSBR November 23 https://imgur.com/a/gsddUGb November 24 https://imgur.com/a/GN9rRPw Standings
  25. 14 points
    November 13 https://imgur.com/a/nJv65ej November 14 https://imgur.com/a/1O66exN November 15 https://imgur.com/a/FG9cJsQ November 16 https://imgur.com/a/hnuTYlZ Standings
  26. 14 points
    November 1 https://imgur.com/a/M34sCsO November 2 https://imgur.com/a/VwrRHuv November 3 https://imgur.com/a/7IYY0Sw November 4 https://imgur.com/a/EsBhJwj Standings
  27. 14 points
    2025 DRAFT TIDBITS PART 1 Nolan Parker (C) Known for his love of anime, Parker is one of the top prospects in this year's draft. A big 6'2 205 lbs playmaking forward, Parker is off to a hot start with Erie in the OHL. Through 14 games, Parker has 4 goals and 20 points to go with a 8.07 AVR. As Parker progresses over the next couple years, he needs to work on improving his defensive game as well as his shot. There are also some concerns about Parker's character, as he is known to have a raging temper. Some teams love this fiery attitude, and a dominant player like Parker won't have to wait long to hear his name called. Salim Kane (C) A 6'6 218 lbs center two-way forward, formally known as "Salman Kane", Salim is currently in his second year with the Saskatoon Blades in the WHL. Through 15 games this year, Kane has 3 goals and 15 points. For his size, Kane is an excellent skater but could still work on improving his top end speed, as well as gaining strength to match him up with the big boys in the NHL. At his peak, Kane looks like he could be a menacing force at both ends of the ice. A big red flag with Kane is that there are reports he has bullied and abused previous draft picks Robert J. Long, Jimmy McGill and Seb Wild at previous World Junior camps. The three have filed a lawsuit against Kane and he will be scheduled to appear in court later this year. Could these off ice issues push Kane out of the draft completely? Viktor Vrana (RW) Another player who has had a name change in the previous years, Vrana was previously known as Viktor Trana. Vrana is a goal scoring winger who is currently splitting time between the SHL and J20 league for Leksands. In 6 J20 games, Vrana has 4 goals and 7 points, and in 3 SHL games, Vrana has 1 goal and 3 points. Vrana projects as a high offensive player, and may have some of the best offensive attributes in this draft. However, the issue is with the rest of his game. Vrana's game is very one-dimensional and he lacks any sort of defensive game. Cole Samson (RD) A massive 6'4 213 lbs stay at home defenceman for Acadie-Bathurst in the QMJHL, Samson also makes his return to RGMG. Samson is everything that you would expect from a stay at home guy. He hits hard, blocks shots, takes away pucks but doesn't produce much offense. In his rookie season thus far, Samson has 7 points in 17 games but more importantly has 62 hits, 12 takeaways (to go against 6 giveaways) and 27 shots blocked. Defensively, Samson is undoubtedly the best player in this draft however the lack of offense could turn him from a top pairing guy to a bottom pairing guy really quick. Vladimir Bure (RW) The final legend that will be in this draft class, Bure is the great grandson of former NHLer Pavel. Unlike his great grandfather, Bure doesn't have the same wheels that Pavel did, in fact skating is one of Vladimir's weaknesses. However, he definitely got some of Pavel's offensive ability. The 6'3 goal scoring winger has high end offensive skills but also has some concerns about the lack of defense in his game. So far this year, Bure has yet to suit up for a game for Ermak, and it remains to be seen if a lack of playing time will affect his development as he heads into his all important draft year.
  28. 14 points
  29. 13 points
    It looks as if Tyler Toffoli has chosen to retire mid-season, I believe his last game was on December 21st and he is completely gone from the database now. @apollo
  30. 13 points
    December 26 https://imgur.com/a/umrKFXH December 27 - NO GAMES December 28 https://imgur.com/a/4MEFI1P December 29 https://imgur.com/a/JAqObAl December 30 https://imgur.com/a/kn6ByPX December 31 https://imgur.com/a/KLbOukg Standings
  31. 13 points
    December 5 https://imgur.com/a/BqM7Lab December 6 https://imgur.com/a/ZgKPeXi December 7 https://imgur.com/a/kPzUJ01 December 8 https://imgur.com/a/tyo7jI7 Standings
  32. 13 points
    December 1 https://imgur.com/a/rAPpVqc December 2 https://imgur.com/a/P8dprRY December 3 https://imgur.com/a/y1gbWXu December 4 https://imgur.com/a/pnMCYqs Standings
  33. 13 points
    People with double standards - not surprised. If Horvat's been on it, and no one has called him out for that, why should Pettersson be?
  34. 13 points
    don't look now, but Ottawa is forming a real team.
  35. 12 points
    2025 World Juniors https://imgur.com/a/CsCZ6Ax
  36. 12 points
    January 9 https://imgur.com/a/5eeEwNa January 10 https://imgur.com/a/Z2ThLdz January 11 https://imgur.com/a/5OJgBIr January 12 https://imgur.com/a/WITz5xo Standings
  37. 12 points
    January 1 https://imgur.com/a/jib2TC7 January 2 https://imgur.com/a/fXC3j3b January 3 https://imgur.com/a/AYv2KBU January 4 https://imgur.com/a/wMpeVid Standings
  38. 12 points
    December 13 https://imgur.com/a/fr87YpV December 14 https://imgur.com/a/spvj3rR December 15 https://imgur.com/a/rBoVw3y December 16 https://imgur.com/a/pwSNLfr Standings
  39. 12 points
    My thoughts are that anyone who wants to control what Petterson says and where he says it can go F themselves.
  40. 12 points
    Dallas Stars are pulling out all the stops and implementing new jerseys for the next game. We have also discovered that we had a visor design flaw (Shown below) not allowing Kessel or others to see where they were skating or shooting. We have resolved the issue and we want to apologize to the team for the early season visor issue. We feel we will see an improvement on the results now that his has been resolved.
  41. 12 points
    I believe in second chances, but the fact Miller has yet to personally apologize needs to be rectified first above all else. Public statements mean very little when you can't even apologize to the actual person you harmed.
  42. 12 points
  43. 11 points
    2025 DRAFT TIDBITS PART 3 Andrey Streltsov (LW/RW) Dubbed the mini Ovechkin, Streltsov may be the closest thing we see to an Ovechkin anytime soon. Quite raw still, Streltsov is just starting to make his KHL debut as of late, appearing in 4 games and producing no points. Through 16 games with the SKA U18 team, the goal scoring forward has a mindboggling 17 goals and 21 points. Streltsov is a physical beast, but there is still much to his game that will need to round out. He isn't a great skater and his offensive game really relies on his shot. Unlike Ovechkin, Streltsov won't be NHL ready right away, and may not even reach full potential until he is much older. Teemu Sanden (LW/C) A Finnish playmaking forward who made the interesting decision to jump to Medicine Hat in the WHL this season after playing a full season for KalPa in the top Finnish league last season. Thus far, Sanden has appeared in 35 games for the Tigers, producing 13 goals and 38 points. Standing at 6'3 and 205 lbs, Sanden is a big body on the ice, and uses his puck protection skills to set up plays. It is interesting to note that Sanden still hasn't quite grown into his body yet, and is not the strongest guy. He gets knocked off the puck easy, and needs to work on improving his skating. Hyun-Beom Kim (RW) A South Korean (yes, you heard me right) born sniper, Kim has done what Streltsov hasn't been able to do this year and that is produce at the KHL level. Many scouts believe Kim has a better shot than Streltsov right now, but are still unsure of what his long term potential may be. Through 43 games with Jokerit, the 17 year old rookie has 21 goals and 4 assists, primarily playing in a top 6 and top PP role. Kim's game is extremely one dimensional, there are many flaws to it right now including defensively and conditioning. However, there's no denying his pure goal scoring talenet. Sebastian Schlie (RW) Another import who has decided to play in the KHL in his draft year, Schlie is a Danish born finesse forward currently in his rookie season with Ak Bars. Through 44 games this season, Schlie has 16 goals and 34 points, while playing a heavy offensive role. Schlie is a good skater, however there are concerns regarding his strength. He will need to improve this to continue taking the next steps in his development. Offensively, Schlie is a wizard with the puck, and always seems to make the right plays. He can continue to improve his shot to keep goalies guessing, as well as fine tuning his game in the defensive zone. Dave Gazdik (RW/LW) The lone North American in this edition's tidbits, Gazdik is a 6'1 209 lbs two-way forward currently playing in the Milwaukee Junior Admirals system. Through 26 games playing against inferior competition, Gazdik has 20 goals and 37 points. Already a pro level skater, Gazdic plays a responsible two-way game. Sometimes, scouts are left wanting more offensively, but this is still a work in progress with Gazdic. With sights set on a college degree, Gazdik may look to the AHL next season if he is unable to obtain a scholarship.
  44. 11 points
    December 9 https://imgur.com/a/ReBh6bF December 10 https://imgur.com/a/I850LLc December 11 https://imgur.com/a/eXh5KOp December 12 https://imgur.com/a/hHHHisW Standings
  45. 11 points
    NOTICE TO GENERAL MANAGERS: Just a little heads up or even a reminder here about Free Agency. After multiple messages after last night's Free Agent signings I feel I need to reiterate things for everyone's benefit. So, players may or may not reply to every offer. Nothing personal, just how things work. Players do NOT owe teams an explanation for signing with another club. Fire me a pm to vent re: " can't believe he signed for that amount or to that team " but anything more is not acceptable. Multiple variables come in to play when players sign. This is where I take pride and felt I provide fair input and expectations into negotiations. So if you've offered what you believe to be top dollar on a player and they sign elsewhere maybe just maybe there is a reason. I've seen it all really to this point so lets just go over some examples: 1) You have 5 goaltenders under contract 3 could have NHL roles this season, you offer on a starter and keep upping your commitment financially and in term but you have no spot. The argument of " we're trying to trade or will trade a netminder if he signs " is not going to gain said players attention. Maybe? but in an offseason with multiple teams with no goaltenders whom are also offering on the netminder......what is the player going to do ? And thats not even taking into account Player Relations or other deciding variables. You have 17 defensemen under contract and are curious as to why a dman has reservations about signing? You have a full NHL forward group and prospects who could push for spots and wonder why you didn't sign that forward you coveted? Fit Compensation Term Player career stage Team stage Player Relations Negotiation effort ( one liner vs thought out, back and forth or pushy ? ) GM Reputation ( recently signed or acquired players actively being shopped in thread or flipped ) ........and so on. So let's remember this is a game, it is easy to let your eyes get bigger than your stomach at Free Agency. Its ok to be choked or upset or yeah even mad if you missed on a player ( I hear about it all the time ). After all we all have the best offer right? So thanks for reading, I get it. Things tend to balance out in Free Agency....you win some you lose some. Thanks
  46. 11 points
    Player of the Month Rookie of the Month Offensive Player of the Month Defensive Player of the Month
  47. 11 points
    Can’t wait to see how the kid does in the WJC. Go Podz Go!
  48. 11 points
    Some Petey moves to drool over while we wait for camp .....
  49. 11 points
    Team Name Years $ Avalanche Ivo Rukavicka 2 0.800 Avalanche Tomas Vomacka 2 0.900 Avalanche Lallo Chukro 5 5.500 Avalanche Ty Smith 5 3.850 Avalanche Emil Birgersson 2 0.800 Avalanche Alex Mbb 2 0.800 Blackhawks Olle Eriksson Ek 2 0.900 Blue Jackets Grant Mismash 2 1.000 Blue Jackets Patrick Olivieri 2 1.000 Blues Rasmus Sandin 5 2.500 Bruins Joel Farabee 2 2.500 Bruins Brett McGing 2 1.700 Canadiens Nick Suzuki 5 3.600 Canadiens Morgan Frost 2 1.000 Canadiens Matthew Johnson 2 0.800 Canadiens Jose Labanc 2 1.000 Canadiens Eeli Tolvanen 5 6.000 Canucks Yannik Valenti 2 2.000 Canucks Mitch Duke 2 0.800 Canucks Stuart Robertson 5 4.750 Canucks Lias Andersson 5 2.750 Canucks Maxime Comtois 5 4.000 Capitals Nikita A. Popugayev 2 4.000 Capitals Eric McConnell 2 3.400 Capitals Cole Carter 5 3.500 Capitals Dylan Ansell 2 0.800 Coyotes Filip Zadina 5 5.000 Coyotes Jacob Fontana 2 1.200 Coyotes Marcus Davidsson 2 2.000 Coyotes Brady Tkachuk 5 3.650 Devils Robert Thomas 5 5.500 Devils Alexandre Texier 2 2.750 Devils Aidan David 2 0.800 Devils Lukas Dostal 2 1.000 Devils Barry McCalla 2 1.750 Devils Razat Timirov 2 1.500 Devils Luca Pannewitz 2 1.400 Ducks Yury Eremenko 2 2.000 Ducks Justin Jenkins 2 4.400 Ducks Paul Carignan-Labbe 2 1.100 Ducks Sarunas Dambrauskas 2 2.400 Ducks Fiachra Madden 2 0.800 Ducks Klim Kostin 2 3.600 Flames Leevi Aaltonen 2 1.900 Flames Dawson Ryan 2 0.800 Flames Taden Bouvet 2 0.800 Flames Marco Rossi 2 2.300 Flyers Xavier Parent 2 2.500 Flyers Andrei Altybarmakyan 5 5.000 Flyers Dominik Bokk 2 0.900 Hurricanes Camaryn Baber 2 1.000 Hurricanes Adam Boqvist 2 2.250 Hurricanes Marko Scheweleff 2 3.950 Islanders Wyatt Newpower 2 1.600 Islanders Mikael Makelainen 2 1.250 Islanders Karim Frikeche 2 2.800 Islanders Urho Vaakanainen 2 1.250 Jets Evan Bouchard 5 1.950 Jets Juuso Valimaki 2 1.600 Jets Alexandr Sobolev 2 1.350 Kings Mikhail Skokov 2 2.500 Kings Sean Durzi 2 1.000 Lightning Jesper Boqvist 2 1.800 Lightning Garnet Balchan 2 0.800 Lightning Benjamin Szarka 2 0.800 Lightning Ukko-Pekka Lukkonen 2 0.900 Lightning Tag Bertuzzi 2 1.300 Lightning Branden Marcoux 2 6.000 Maple Leafs Sascha Kainz 2 1.400 Maple Leafs Samuel Poulin 2 1.300 Oilers Casey Mittelstadt 5 5.500 Oilers Vratislav Hubschman 2 1.000 Panthers Oliver Wahlstrom 2 1.200 Sabres Vitali Kravtsov 5 4.700 Penguins Kirby Dach 5 4.500 Penguins Esa Liespuu 2 0.800 Penguins Matthew Villalta 2 0.900 Penguins Beau Polster 2 3.300 Penguins Ryan McLeod 2 0.900 Penguins Grant Bretzman 2 2.600 Penguins Bernhard Mbabu 2 1.000 Penguins Cameron Cefalu 2 0.800 Penguins Tim Rubin 2 3.000 Penguins Martin Necas 5 5.500 Predators Cody Glass 2 1.400 Predators David Jacobs 2 0.800 Predators Jonathon Breen 2 0.800 Predators Hunter O'Neill 2 0.800 Predators Kevin Ladd 2 0.800 Rangers Erik Brannstrom 2 4.000 Rangers Dylan Magee 2 3.750 Rangers Indrek Jarjomenko 2 1.000 Rangers Chad McInnis 2 0.800 Rangers Filip Chytil 2 4.500 Red Wings Christian Argento 2 1.450 Red Wings William Pottinger 2 0.800 Red Wings Marc Norwood 2 0.800 Red Wings Vladislav Muslimov 2 0.800 Red Wings Jordan Castonguay 2 0.900 Red Wings David Levin 2 1.600 Red Wings Davie Tah 2 0.900 Sabres Fredrik Moller 5 4.750 Sabres Kalle Koppelomaki 2 0.800 Sabres Kristian Vesalainen 2 0.900 Sabres Scott Reedy 2 1.300 Sabres Pranab Singh 2 1.400 Sabres Timothy Liljegren 5 3.500 Sabres Blake Babcock 2 0.800 Sabres Shane Rattie 2 0.800 Sabres Shawn Sparks 2 0.800 Sabres Henri Jokiharju 2 1.000 Sabres Stelio Mattheos 2 0.900 Senators Logan McClennon 2 0.900 Senators Jett Woo 2 0.900 Senators Juan Pablo Reyes 2 1.000 Senators Anthony Dobson 2 0.800 Senators Robin Salo 2 0.900 Senators Timo Ring 5 4.500 Sharks Artemi Knyazev 2 2.450 Sharks Michael DiPietro 5 2.000 Sharks Colin Atkinson 2 1.200 Sharks Ty Orchard 2 0.800 Sharks Ostap Safin 2 0.900 Stars Mark Regula 2 2.750 Stars Corey Carpendale 2 0.800 Stars Alexandr Pugin 2 4.000 Stars Brian Porter 2 0.800 Stars Jean-Christophe Seabrook 2 0.800 Stars Isaac Ratcliffe 2 0.900 Wild Isac Lundestrom 2 2.000 Wild James Lavoie 2 1.800 Wild Nicolas Pelletier 2 3.550 Wild Zachary Galambos 2 0.800 Wild Artyom Minulin 2 1.000 Wild Jake Vendramin 2 0.800
  50. 11 points
    Ok guys. You are all getting to me. Since last night I have re examined my thought pettern. No way i can support Biden because i believe he's a career politician and i believe he is corrupt.. as almost all politicians are.. But starting last night i Unfollowed James Woods Trump and this one other lady on twitter I was following 6 people Now im down to 3. Dalai Lama, Khamzat Chimaev, and Chael Sonnen. I apologize for offending some of you guys. I've decided im not on either side and support neither person. Had a morning walk 21 mins.. cold as F%&k in Edmonton. Minus 8.... I feel better already.. I gotta let go of politics and any discussion on politics. Ive been miserable last few days.. No more cnn fox news or any other news source regarding elections for me for a couple of months.. not even going to watch election night.. i havent been acting reasonable. I believe it's time for me to take a step back and get mentally healthier. Again.. you all are like a family even though we only talk online. My apologies for being single minded.. Thinking and talking about my childhood and growing up on here last few days... put me in a bad spot. I need to re set and re focus on more important things in my life. Good health to all of you..
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