Month: January 2022

The Vancouver Police Department says Jake Virtanen, a former Vancouver Canucks forward, has been charged with one count of sexual assault following an investigation. The department says the B.C. Prosecution Service approved the charge following an investigation into an incident that occurred in Vancouver on Sept. 26, 2017. Virtanen, 25, was playing for the Canucks at the time of
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📝 by Nick Hart | AHL On The Beat Sam Poulin came into his first season as a pro with high expectations. Now, in January, Poulin might be realizing those lofty expectations. But not before realizing a low point first. Earlier this month, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins head coach J.D. Forrest scratched the rookie for a game
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New York Rangers (28-11-4, first in the Metropolitan) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (18-21-1, fifth in the Metropolitan) Columbus, Ohio; Thursday, 7 p.m. EST FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Blue Jackets +180, Rangers -222; over/under is 6 BOTTOM LINE: Columbus comes into the matchup against New York after losing three games in a row. The Blue Jackets are
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11:26 PM ET ESPN News Services COLUMBUS, Ohio — Matthew Tkachuk scored twice and the Calgary Flames fired a team-record 62 shots on goal in trouncing the Columbus Blue Jackets 6-0 Wednesday night. It was the most shots taken by a visiting team in a regular-season game since the NHL started tracking shots on goal
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The NHL is notorious for having many of the most unbreakable records in sports. This is due somewhat to the evolving rules, speed, and athleticism of the game, and in no small part due to the outrageous career of “The Great One,” Wayne Gretzky. All told, Gretzky has 23 records that are considered “unbreakable,” meaning
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📝 by Patrick Williams Control what you can control. That message has been hammered into the heads of American Hockey League players for decades. The quicker a player absorbs those words, the better the chances of breaking through the crowd and landing a National Hockey League job. Certainly Milwaukee Admirals forward Rocco Grimaldi is living
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