With sixty games in the books, let’s check in with the younglings.
The regular season enters the final stretch.
The Crunch played three games this week. They were all different,
Entry Level Contract season is upon us, so who’s up for signing?
Beating the second-best team in the league 6-2 isn’t bad.
Lightning score on five deflection goals en route to win over Maple Leafs.
It’s Tampa’s first trip to Toronto this season.
A new look roster and a surprise addition in goal helps Orlando take 2 out of 3 in Newfoundland.
Braden Holtby couldn’t sleep all night last night.
They can’t hold a third period lead as the Penguins come back twice to win.
Let’s pull some cards.
Praise the hockey gods that we have lived to see this season!
Vincent Lecavalier’s single-season record stands no more as Nikita Kucherov scored his 109th and 110th point this evening.
And an update on our favorite little brother Conacher.
And it was all thanks to the Montreal Canadiens losing 8-2.
Eddie Pasquale allows no puck to cross the line and the power play connects for the victory.
With Connor Ingram in Orlando, the Crunch will rely heavily on their veteran goaltender.
These undrafted players are having the seasons of their lives.
The Bolts lost but let’s talk about other stuff.
It was an off night for the Lightning this evening, and the Wild were more than happy to take advantage
Not that anyone is surprised.
An "internal matter" apparently prompted the move.
The Comets dictated play most of the night, but the Crunch made the most of their opportunities to pick up the win.
But Ingram is healthy, really.
Who do you want the Bolts to play?
And some really terrible Brayden Point puns.
The Lightning’s depth shined bright this evening, but Nikita Kucherov tying Vincent Lecavalier was the highlight of the night.
This should be fun.
It was a busy one, but a good one as the Crunch pick up six points.
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