Marc-Andre Fleury

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, with the removal of Jeremy Colliton as head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks, there are questions about what comes next for the organization. Meanwhile, Ben Bishop should be eligible for reactivation off of LTIR, but are the Stars ready to make that move? There’s unfortunate news on the injury front
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People around Pittsburgh love their sports. Flat out. Although, there are some people that aren’t exactly die-hard sports fans in general, some have gravitated towards the Pittsburgh Penguins. There’s something different about hockey. To be clear, I am in no way downgrading the effect the Steelers and Pirates have had in the Pittsburgh area, but
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Welcome to the second installment of a series that will feature quotes and comments from players, coaches, management, journalists and fans alike concerning everything Chicago Blackhawks. The purpose of this ongoing column is to capture a slice of the existing outlook, attitudes and culture surrounding the team throughout the 2021-22 season. Please join me as
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After weeks of speculation that linked all parties involved, the Chicago Blackhawks have acquired Marc-André Fleury from the Vegas Golden Knights. In the exchange, Vegas receives prospect Mikael Hakkarainen while Chicago takes on Fleury’s entire $7 million salary for next season. This trade has certainly raised some eyebrows and rightfully so. Vegas and Chicago currently sit
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This date in National Hockey League history has seen some major coaching moves in recent years. It has also hosted three different NHL Entry Drafts with some impressive classes. Let’s begin our daily trip through the decades to relive all the best June 21 has given us. Big Time Coaching Moves June 21 has been
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Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby joined Mario Lemieux and Bernie Parent as the only other players in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe Trophy in back-to-back years. Crosby deserved it, posting eight goals and 27 points in 24 playoff games. But he wasn’t the only member of the Penguins who played at an MVP level.
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