February 29, 2016 by Matt

Carey Price in CCM EFlex 2 White Out Pads

Carey Price has hit the ice once again, this time in full pads. Surprisingly enough, the setup he was wearing today is not one that we’ve seen from him yet. It was an all new and all white setup that had some believing it was unreleased gear. However, straight from CCM’s Twitter, we’ve been able…

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Michal Neuvirth Philadelphia Flyers

February 26, 2016 by Matt

Michal Neuvirth Save of the Year Against Minnesota

We still have around 20 games left in the NHL season, but it looks like Michal Neuvirth may have captured the Save of the Year in last night’s game against the Minnesota Wild. Neuvirth, who plays for the Philadelphia Flyers, found himself down and out in the crease with less than five seconds to play…

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VH Hockey Logo

February 18, 2016 by Matt

Garret Sparks Shows Off One Piece VH Skates

Garret Sparks of the Toronto Marlies showed off his one-piece skates made by VH Hockey yesterday on Facebook. The skates, which we covered in a bit more detail previously, have some nice customizations for Sparks. He chose to go with a white design for the heel, and added some additional blue accents to match both the Marlies…

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Karri Ramo Calgary Flames

February 17, 2016 by Matt

Karri Ramo Out For Season with ACL Injury

The Calgary Flames will be without their number one netminder for the remainder of the season. The injury to Karri Ramo took place with about three minutes left in regulation time in a game against the San Jose Sharks on February 11th. Ramo had gone down and was doing the splits in an effort to…

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Scott Darling Chicago Blackhawks

February 16, 2016 by Matt

Scott Darling Makes Incredible Diving Glove Save

Scott Darling, backup for the Chicago Blackhawks, had a pretty unreal performance in net last night which included an incredible diving glove save. The save came early in the second period against the Toronto Maple Leafs with the Hawks already up 3-0. After making an initial shot from the point was blocked, the puck bounced away…

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Malcolm Subban Bruins

February 11, 2016 by Matt

Malcolm Subban Out At Least 8 Weeks After Larynx Surgery

Malcolm Subban is out of harms way and on the road to recovery after a scary incident left him with a Fractured Larynx. Subban, who currently plays for the Providence Bruins in the AHL, took a puck to the throat during warm ups of the teams February 6th game. Subban had to be sent to a…

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Carey Price Montreal Canadiens

February 11, 2016 by Matt

Carey Price Continues Recovery

Carey Price played his last game with the Montreal Canadiens on November 25th. He left the game early and has been sidelined with an injury ever since. When Price skated off that night, the Canadiens talented goaltender was 10-2 with a 2.06 goals against average and a .934 save percentage. He also had two shutouts…

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Taylor DeForrest Apple Valley High School

February 4, 2016 by Matt

Minnesota High School Goalie Posts 112 Saves in OT Loss

Can you imagine being the goaltender in a game that plays six overtime periods? How about turning aside 112 shots during that same game? It sounds pretty unreal, right? This was exactly the story that unfolded for Apple Valley High School junior Taylor DeForrest Wednesday night. She turned aside 112 shots during a losing effort…

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Ray Emery Toronto Marlies

February 4, 2016 by Matt

Ray Emery Released from Toronto Marlies

It may be time for Ray Emery to call it a career, in North America at least. Emery was released today from his tryout with the Toronto Marlies of the AHL. He posted a 2-1 record with the Marlies before being released. He also carried a 2.69 goals against average and a 0.897 save percentage….

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Steven Michalek

February 1, 2016 by Matt

Steven Michalek Goalie Fight in AHL Debut

Tempers were flaring Saturday night in a game between the Iowa Wild and Charlotte Checkers, leading to Wild goalie Steven Michalek being challenged to a fight in his AHL debut. Michalek, who prior to this had been playing for the Quad City Mallards of the ECHL, held his own during the fight. He ended up…

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