Nikita Kucherov scored another two goals at the World Championship. The first goal was scored after a brilliant assist by Nikita Gusev, their duo is still most effective on a Russian team.
Kuch scored again at the end of the game and helped to secure a win against Switzerland. He’s is back at the top of the scoring race with 14 (6+8) points.
After beating the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies on a Saturday night at the Memorial Cup, the Guelph Storm lost to host Halifax Mooseheads 2-4.
Buzzer sounds. Halifax wins 4-2 and are the only undefeated team in the round robin.— ♀️Lauren Kelly ♀️ (@laurkelly24) May 20, 2019
According to David Pagnotta, the Carolina Hurricanes are going to buy out the contract of goalie Scott Darling. Darling joined the Canes before the start of the 2017-18 season, but played just eight games this season.
If the Carolina #Hurricanes were to buyout goaltender Scott Darling per @TheFourthPeriod, the buyout cap hit would be as follows:— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) May 19, 2019
2022-23: $1.183Mhttps://t.co/PUcgxG06vI https://t.co/WednCNwEUs
A short video about Christine Maggio, an excellent hockey enthusiast and doodler.
Meet #NHLSeattle Depositor #4191, hockey enthusiast and doodler Christine Maggio. Christine #LivesHockey through her drawings, which are featured on her Twitter account - @HockeyBabbler.— NHL Seattle (@NHLSeattle_) May 11, 2019
Share with us how you #LiveHockey → https://t.co/nBVCHtpAoD pic.twitter.com/RncLhET71d
The Behind the Benches added an information about of every Stanley Cup Champion coaching staff on their website.
We have also added a 'Stanley Cup' page to highlight the Stanley Cup Champion coaching staff from every season. This table can be sorted and searched. https://t.co/fQsNwMd1kQ pic.twitter.com/wDkiJtnSlz— Behind The Benches (@BenchBosses) May 19, 2019
Caufield wrapped up his career by leaving his name permanently etched in the record books at the International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 World Championship. He was named the tournament MVP after tying Alexander Ovechkin’s single-record tournament record with 14 goals from 2002.
“It’s pretty cool just to be mentioned in the same category as him,” said Caufield. “It was the team; I couldn’t have done it without them. I thought we played well throughout the tournament. Without them, there is no way I would have broken the record.”
The final episode of Game of Thrones aired last night and Gritty shared his dedication to Claude Giroux once again.
Mats Zuccarello — Jon Snow
Did we choose this matchup based on similar hairstyles? Maybe. Much like Jon Snow, Zuccarello came into the team knowing nothing, but learned very, very quickly about his new compatriots. That month on the IR works as a nice little parallel to when Snow was killed. However, like Snow, Zuccarello came roaring back to life just in time for the big battle (the playoffs)
Ok, I’m not sure what is this about (translation from Russian: manuscripts don’t burn)