Author Archives: Anthony Barberio

The New Jersey Devils Should Not Be A Trade Destination For Jack Eichel

Buffalo: The City It is hard to think of a gloomier city in North America than Buffalo, New York. The tundra of upstate New York is cold and snowy a majority of the year. Some even say, the climate forces the residents to live in igloos and hunt for Cariboo. Sleds and snowmobiles are their

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Free Agent Profile: Tyson Barrie, Two-Way, Scoring Defenseman

The Toronto Maple Leafs are in a bizarre situation. The team seems good, but never good enough to win it all for a fan base that has been impatiently waiting since the late 1960s for another Stanley Cup. The team once again failed to win it all while millions upon millions are dished out to

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Free Agent Profile: Robin Lehner, Underrated Vegas Netminder

Introduction Up until a few years ago, Robin Lehner was not thought about much. He was nothing more than a young starting goaltender who did not seem to reach his full potential. Then again, he did end up on the Buffalo Sabres, so we cannot fault him that much for that. After leaving the Sabers,

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Martin Brodeur makes a save

Will Martin Brodeur Ever Be A Coach?

Introduction Before becoming an Enterprise Car Rental commercial star, Martin Brodeur was surprisingly a NHL goaltender. He was so good some even refer to him as the best of all-time. Nowadays, he hilariously responds to “did you leave you cup in your car?” With, “which one? I have three!” Let’s just say Marty wants to

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Mackenzie Blackwood stopping a shot en route to shutting out the Vancouver Canucks. (Photo Credit: Photo by Andy Marlin/NHLI via Getty Images)

Goaltending Rivalries Within The Metropolitan Division

Introduction With the New York Rangers’ loss in the Stanley Cup qualifier round against the Carolina Hurricanes, the future of Henrik Lundqvist remains in doubt. Even though the most beloved goaltender on the wrong side of the Hudson River has one more year left on his contract, speculation says the star netminder might have played

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Devils Should Honor the Negro League’s Newark Eagles

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues of professional baseball. Several high profile athletes, politicians, and celebrities have taken part in celebrations, namely the “tipping the cap” videos that have been shared on Twitter. The celebration was initiated by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. Long before there was

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1995 Stanley Cup Championship Was Devils’ Most Important

They say you always remember your first. Granted, that phrase usually applies to non-hockey related life achievements we don’t discuss on such as innocent sites such as this. But it applies to Stanley Cup championships as well, especially for the New Jersey Devils, who won the franchise’s first Stanley Cup 25 years ago today. I

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Why Atlantic City Is a Good Place for the NHL Once the Season Resumes

Introduction This past week has been kind to hockey fans, as it seems the NHL is making progress towards resuming their season. Ever since the season was paused back in March, the league has made it clear it has intentions of coming back. Specifically to award the Stanley Cup for the 2019-2020 season. The remaining

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