HC analyst Elliotte Friedman joins Tim & Sid to discuss the Maple Leafs making a lot of trade calls around the league about different players, but says he doesn't think Mitch Marner will be going anywhere but Toronto.
by: Ryan McKenna — Sportsnet 20m
Matthew Stienburg was limited to just 15 games in his OHL Draft year and that got him thinking of the NCAA route. Now an NHL prospect who could hear his name called at this weekend's draft, Stienburg is coming out of prep school, which is offering a...
by: Canadian Press — Sportsnet 20m
The Vancouver Canucks have signed defenceman Alex Edler to a two-year, $12-million extension, the team announced on Thursday.
... irst among defencemen in power-play points (170). Certainly sounds like the #Canucks and Alexander Edler are closing in on a new 2 year deal. Sources say Edler g ...
by: Ryan Dixon — Sportsnet 20m
The NHL Awards were handed out last night in Las Vegas. Here's how PHWA member Ryan Dixon voted on the Hart, Calder, Norris, Selke and Lady Byng awards.
by: Luke Fox — Sportsnet 1h
Here is the NHL Awards ballot Sportsnet's Luke Fox submitted upon conclusion of the 2018-19 regular season and a few thoughts behind his reasoning.
... g that Monahan could’ve been the third different Lady Byng finalist from the Flames in the past five seasons (Jiri Hudler, Johnny Gaudreau). I believe Teravaine ...
... A (@ThePHWA) June 20, 2019 NHL ALL-STAR TEAM Centre Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers) Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins) Nathan MacKinnon (Colorado Avalanche) R ...
Toronto Maple Leafs
... Bay Lightning) Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks) Mitch Marner (Toronto Maple Leafs) Left wing Brad Marchand (Boston Bruins) Johnny Gaudreau (Calgary Flames) Al ...
... would’ve voted for. NHL ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Forward Elias Pettersson (Vancouver Canucks) Brady Tkachuk (Ottawa Senators) Anthony Cirelli (Tampa Bay Lightning) Defen ...
by: Mark Gougeon — Sportsnet 8h
Check out the best of Kenan Thompson at the NHL Awards, complete with celebrity impressions and the return of the iconic Good Burger.
by: Luke Fox — Sportsnet 10h
Killer one-liners, a pass-the-Kleenex cameo, a three-trophy sweep, a Norris landslide, a poignant speech, and hockey’s first trophy acceptance while managing a hamburger (what up with that?) — the 2019 NHL Awards had a little bit of everything.
Toronto Maple Leafs
... Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Marc-Andre Fleury) and the seldom-penalized Maple Leafs (Rielly, Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, John Tavares, Tyler Ennis) were well ...
... out on the major awards for the first time in three years. But the Edmonton Oilers superstar did take home our unofficial award for Most Unique Wardrobe Choice ...
... @NHL's Rookie of the Year. #NHLAwards pic.twitter.com/uS2ClrINAE — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) June 20, 2019 Giordano wins in a landslide In the gala’s most lop ...
by: Mark Gougeon — Sportsnet 10h
Auston Matthews talked about his parents getting mad when he wouldn't stop playing EA's NHL games, and now he's gracing the cover of the newest edition.
by: Mark Gougeon — Sportsnet 11h
Nikita Kucherov spoke about winning individual honours like the Hart Trophy for league MVP, but his main goal will always be to bring the Stanley Cup back to Tampa.
by: Chris Morrison — Sportsnet 11h
Vancouver Canucks superstar Elias Pettersson comments after winning the Calder Trophy.
by: Mark Gougeon — Sportsnet 12h
Andrei Vasilevskiy took home the Vezina Trophy for his outstanding work between the pipes for the Tampa Bay Lightning, beating Ben Bishop and Robin Lehner.
RT @Sportsnet650: "Nothing I could have ever imagined... I'm enjoying every second of it, to live in Vancouver and play in the NHL... it's the best life I could imagine." Hear from Elias Pettersson as he talked to @Fan960Steinberg right after his Calder Trophy win tonight https://t.co/8t9trcgeXxBeat Writer / Columnist
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