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February 07 2017 07:00AM
The pulse of hockey introduces the first episode of NationDubs.
February 06 2017 03:00PM
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In just over three weeks, the Calgary Flames are going to take part in one of the most unpredictable National Hockey League trade deadlines in recent memory. Due to a combination of league parity, a flat salary cap for next season and the impending addition of the Vegas Golden Knights via an expansion draft, we could see few big trades. Or because of the parity, a team or two might make a big swing to try to break away from the pack.
In terms of the local sports club, it's hard to tell exactly what the Flames will do on March 1. But here's what we can decipher as of right now.
NHLN Notebook: ASU Falls Through, Shattenkirk in Jersey, and Deadline Selling in a False Parity League
February 06 2017 11:46AM
The NHLN Notebook is a semi-regular feature of interesting hockey content from the past few days that doesn't quite deserve its own article.
The Coyotes plans to stay in Arizona have been foiled, and with the trade deadline approaching, we explore a new possible suitor for Kevin Shattenkirk, a Brandon Davidson trade, and who, with the reality of false parity, the NHL's sellers are.
February 06 2017 11:30AM
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The Winnipeg Jets scored goals at an above league average pace for 5v5 thus far this season.
How much of this is sustainable? Which players should we expect to be on the upswing for the remainder of the season? Which players should we expect to be on the down swing?
Watch The Game Podcast
February 05 2017 09:00AM
Cam and Sam were joined by Canucks Army Managing Editor J.D. Burke as they discussed the Canucks season and the rest of the NHL at-large. They try to pinpoint where fans stand on Jim Benning and they also try to figure out what kind of player Bo Horvat will end up being. It's an exciting episode filled with good hockey talk.