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As many of you are aware, there are a TON of unsigned Restricted Free Agents (RFA) out there looking to get paid. Basically a long list of the “who’s who” of young NHL stars remained unsigned in a RFA period that is unlike any the NHL has ever seen before. Those unsigned include: -Mitch Marner …

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Steve Auld

My name is Steve and I am from the very noble Auld clan of Niagara, where we respect our elders and follow the golden rules: elbows up, and keep your stick on the ice.

When not tearing up beer league or ball hockey, I enjoy the occasional downtime I have with my girlfriend and son. Love me some music too, all kinds. If you feel I did a good job or you want to argue, feel free to leave a comment!

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The post Throwback Thursdays – Aho and 5 Offer Sheets Gone Wrong appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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“Bill Barilko disappeared that summer…” The story of one of the Tragically Hip’s most iconic songs – and one of hockey’s most memorable moments and photographs – was “stolen” from a hockey card remembering a celebration-turned-tragedy and spun into a story by Gord Downie. The tragedy was that of Bill Barilko, an up-and-coming star on …

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Steve Auld

My name is Steve and I am from the very noble Auld clan of Niagara, where we respect our elders and follow the golden rules: elbows up, and keep your stick on the ice.

When not tearing up beer league or ball hockey, I enjoy the occasional downtime I have with my girlfriend and son. Love me some music too, all kinds. If you feel I did a good job or you want to argue, feel free to leave a comment!

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The post Throwback Thursdays – “I Stole This From a Hockey Card” appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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Hello friends! If you follow us on social media, specifically, Facebook, you will know that we are dedicated to our community. Each week we will try to give a “shoutout” to a reader who posts a good question, and attempt to answer it in the most satisfactory way possible. Sometimes solo, sometimes as part of …

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Pedro Rengel

Originally hailing from the tropical paradise of Venezuela, I moved to Canada at age 11 for the sole reason of falling in love with hockey as a self-proclaimed Pittsburgh Penguins fan. Now a Canadian citizen, my mad love affair with hockey represents a statistical contribution as opposed to an anomaly. Being able to write this well despite having Spanish as a first language is enough of an anomaly (I'm occasionally biased).

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I was tempted to say good evening, but by the time you read this who knows what time it will be in whatever part of the world you happen to be in. So in lieu of good evening, let me just say welcome and enjoy! Anyways, after taking a look back at the inaugural St. …

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Steve Auld

My name is Steve and I am from the very noble Auld clan of Niagara, where we respect our elders and follow the golden rules: elbows up, and keep your stick on the ice.

When not tearing up beer league or ball hockey, I enjoy the occasional downtime I have with my girlfriend and son. Love me some music too, all kinds. If you feel I did a good job or you want to argue, feel free to leave a comment!

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The post Throwback Thursdays – A Pint and a Cup appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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Congratulations to: The St. Louis Blues on winning their first Stanley Cup! Ryan O’Reilly on winning The Conn Smythe Trophy! Jordan Binnington for most Playoff Wins in a Postseason as a rookie (16) Major Milestones Hit during 2018-2019 NHL Season Goals: Alexander Ovechkin (650) Patrick Marleau (550) Erik Staal (400), Joe Thornton (400) Assists: Joe …

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Kris Vogt

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The post Milestone Mondays 6/17/19 appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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First of all, congratulations to the new Cup champions, the St. Louis Blues. The Boston Bruins gave them a hell of a series, but the Blues were able to win with unmatched depth and clutch performances from different players throughout the lineup. In last week’s article, we looked into what I declared as the “original …

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Steve Auld

My name is Steve and I am from the very noble Auld clan of Niagara, where we respect our elders and follow the golden rules: elbows up, and keep your stick on the ice.

When not tearing up beer league or ball hockey, I enjoy the occasional downtime I have with my girlfriend and son. Love me some music too, all kinds. If you feel I did a good job or you want to argue, feel free to leave a comment!

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The post Throwback Thursdays – Singing the Blues appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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As the Finals rage on, I wanted to delve into a story that involved the Bruins and Blues for this week’s Throwback Thursday. What I found was the story of one of the most vicious attacks in NHL history. However, before I can tell you that story, to set the mood try and remember a …

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Steve Auld

My name is Steve and I am from the very noble Auld clan of Niagara, where we respect our elders and follow the golden rules: elbows up, and keep your stick on the ice.

When not tearing up beer league or ball hockey, I enjoy the occasional downtime I have with my girlfriend and son. Love me some music too, all kinds. If you feel I did a good job or you want to argue, feel free to leave a comment!

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The post Throwback Thursday – The Original Marty McSorley appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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Congratulations to: Patrice Bergeron: 100 Playoff Points Patrice Bergeron: 40 Playoff Goals Joe Thornton: 30 Playoff Goals Patrice Bergeron: 60 Playoff Assists Brad Marchand: 50 Playoff Assists Joe Pavelski: 100 Playoff Points David Krejci: 100 Playoff Points Joe Thornton: 130 Playoff Points Joe Pavelski: 130 Playoff Games Played Joe Pavelski: 50 Playoff Assists Martin Jones: 30 Playoff Wins Tuukka …

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Kris Vogt

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The post Milestone Mondays (NHL Playoffs Edition) 6/3/19 appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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After the last few weeks of early NHL history, including the formation of the NHL, the Toronto Arenas history, and Conn Smythe’s purchase of the St. Pats franchise (saving them from a move to Philadelphia) to form the Maple Leafs – I have come to the concluding story that inspired all of these Leafs-themed articles. …

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Steve Auld

My name is Steve and I am from the very noble Auld clan of Niagara, where we respect our elders and follow the golden rules: elbows up, and keep your stick on the ice.

When not tearing up beer league or ball hockey, I enjoy the occasional downtime I have with my girlfriend and son. Love me some music too, all kinds. If you feel I did a good job or you want to argue, feel free to leave a comment!

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The post Throwback Thursdays – A Horse and a King’s Ransom appeared first on Hooked On Hockey Magazine.

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Welcome back everyone! A couple of weeks ago we started looking at the history of the Toronto Hockey Club franchise, where the original owner essentially caused the closure of the NHA and formation of the NHL all on his own. In last week’s article we had a brief history lesson on the first NHL Stanley …

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Steve Auld

My name is Steve and I am from the very noble Auld clan of Niagara, where we respect our elders and follow the golden rules: elbows up, and keep your stick on the ice.

When not tearing up beer league or ball hockey, I enjoy the occasional downtime I have with my girlfriend and son. Love me some music too, all kinds. If you feel I did a good job or you want to argue, feel free to leave a comment!

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