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Hockey Things: What Caught Our Eye (August 1 Edition)
A few Columbus Blue Jackets played softball with the Backstreet Boys, the Lundqvist Brothers had a musical reunion, and Jake Guenzel's Minnesota lake knowledge was tested. Here's a look at some of the best moments from the past week.
NHL Goalie Carousel: Many Teams Make Changes For 2022-23
Some teams made wholesale changes, others made smaller ones. Here's a look at the teams that have made moves to hopefully bolster their crease situation heading into 2022-23.
Coyotes Acquire Nemeth, Draft Picks from Rangers for Emberson
The Arizona Coyotes have acquired defenseman Patrik Nemeth from the New York Rangers.
Rangers Sign Vincent Trocheck to a Seven-Year Deal
The New York Rangers have signed forward Vincent Trocheck to help bolster the team's offensive core.
New York Rangers Shopping For A Second-Line Center
The New York Rangers have been a subject of many trade rumors this off-season already, and now the focus turns to shoring up the center position.
Rangers, Canadiens Linked to Pierre-Luc Dubois
Pierre-Luc Dubois' reported intention to test the 2024 unrestricted free-agent market generated anxiety among Winnipeg Jets followers and created a stir in the rumor mill. It didn't take long for reports to emerge linking the 24-year-old center to other clubs.
Could the New York Rangers Part Ways With Artemi Panarin?
Panarin struggled in the post-season, and some reports have suggested it wouldn't be crazy if he was shipped out of the Big Apple. Still, as Lyle Richardson says, it would be a challenge to move the forward.
Top 5 Memorable Moments from the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs
With a new Stanley Cup champion getting crowned on Sunday, it's time to look back at a few moments that will stand the test of time.
Fischler Report: Feelings About an Incredible Stanley Cup Final
Stan Fischler looks back at the Stanley Cup final and how the Avalanche won. Plus, Stan discusses the Hart Trophy, Barry Trotz, Andrew Brunette, Artemi Panarin and so much more.
Trophy Winners Learning From Lightning and Avalanche
Taking home hardware is always nice, but for Matthews, Seider and Shesterkin, the Stanley Cup is still a mission for the future.