Tag Archives: Erik Karlsson

Which Was Worse? The Sharks Overtime Goal or Brett Hull’s 1999 Cup Winning goal?

By now, it’s been the goal seen, heard, and debated around the world. You already know which one we’re talking about: the San Jose Sharks overtime winner against the Blues that came off a blatant hand pass. Truth be told, I wasn’t watching the game, I was at a bar, but I knew the situation was bad when I looked down at my phone and saw, not a text from my hockey loving friends, but my own mother explaining the situation.

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DAB Pregame: Devils Look to Start 3-0 vs. San Jose

  Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 2-0-0 record of the Metropolitan Division, and the San Jose Sharks, who own a 2-2-1 record which puts them fourth in the Pacific Division. The New Jersey Devils are coming off a thrashing of the defending Stanley Cup champions and

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The Third Team: Potential Return In Erik Karlsson Trade Scenario

Erik Karlsson is one of (if not the) league’s best defenseman, and it looks like he will be traded by the Ottawa Senators, sooner than later. Given how delapidated the Senators organization currently is right now, this news doesn’t come as a surprise. However, when a player of Karlsson’s caliber is on the cusp of

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DAB Pregame: Devils Prepare For Isles In NY, Sens In Kraft Hockeyville Canada

Remember to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for live game and news updates during both of tonight’s games. Editor’s Note: This piece was written collaboratively by writers Mike Luci and Alex Chauvancy Matchup Overview  Versus Ottawa (AC)…The New Jersey Devils will dress a forward group tonight that could closely resemble their opening night

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Game Preview: Devils vs Senators (10/22/15)

  Match Overview The Devils head to Ottawa looking for their 3rd consecutive win after starting the season 0-3-1. They seem to be heading in the right direction having picked up 5 of a possible 6 points in the last three games. Ottawa has a high-powered offense that’s averaging 3.16 goals per game through their

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