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  • Minnesota Wild: Goalie Devan Dubnyk Stops Justin Schultz (video)

    Check out this amazing save by Minnesota Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk as he stops former Wisconsin Badger and current Edmonton Oilers defenseman Justin Schultz. I guess if I was the Wild general manager, I would be looking for a way to Cut
    4 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Montreal Canadiens Alexei Emelin Hits Jason Spezza (Video)

    I am sure that Montreal Canadiens fans are very quiet tonight after watching this transpire. I am not a fan of Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin, can't stand the kind of player that he is. That being said, I am not necessarily sugges
    4 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Rob Klinkhammer's knee-to-knee hit on Matt Cooke (Gif)

    I suppose there's not a lot of people that are going to feel sorry for Minnesota Wild forward Matt Cook. I also don't blame them, but this isn't a clean hit at all. This is a dirty knee-to-knee leg check.
    5 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Minnesota Wild: Zach Parise Takes A Puck To Mouth In Edmontonb (Video & Vine)

    The life of a hockey players is tough. It looks like Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise lost some teeth in this incident because he bends over to pick them up off of the ice. My mouth hurts watching this. Check out the vine embedded bel
    5 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Us And Them

    That was a rather thrilling weekend, no? Friday was not the best day, as I didn’t realize it was icy and tumbled down my front steps, and then my car puked out a bunch of oil in my driveway. It ended well, though, because I wasn’t hurt
    5 hours ago / Runnin' With the Dogs
  • Sestito clears waivers, reassigned to Albany

    Assuming he can negotiate the snow-covered New York Thruway, center Tim Sestito will rejoin the Albany Devils. Sestito, who spent much of December bouncing between the NHL and AHL, cleared waivers today and was reassigned by the New Jersey
    11 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • Three Things I Think: ECAC 1/27

    Another week of conference action and the standings are as close as they have been in a while. Quinnipiac continues to lead the league, while St. Lawrence and Harvard are tied two points back. All in all the top six are separated by just si
    13 hours ago / College Hockey News: Blog

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