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Halfway Home: Washington Capitals are two wins from the Stanley Cup

Jordan Kenison, Author

June 14, 2018

The Washington Capitals defeated the Las Vegas Golden Knights 3-1 in game three of the Stanley Cup Final. Washington holds a two to one game advantage over Las Vegas, who had not lost consecutive games in the playoffs before dropping the last two. Alex Ovechkin, the Capitals’ captain and superstar left wing, scored the game’s first goal near t...

NHL Playoffs Ready to Heat up the Ice

Jordan Kenison, Author

April 19, 2018

The NHL Playoffs are here. This season, several teams have high hopes while others simply hope to prove themselves for the shortcomings of years’ past. The Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to follow up their back-to-back championships in the previous two seasons with more of the same: hoisting the Stanley Cup in the Steel City for the third straig...

Seattle’s Plans for NHL team no longer “On Ice”

Alec Downing, Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2018

It is becoming increasingly likely that Seattle will welcome a new sports team to the city come 2020. The city’s bid for a National Hockey League (NHL) team continues, and another step in the process is now complete thanks to overwhelming community support. The NHL requires potential expansion cities to hold a season ticket drive in order to gauge...

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Possible NHL Team to Come to Seattle

November 15, 2017

Seattle Council member Mike O’Brien propositioned a $660 million proposal to make renovations to the 55-year-old KeyArena. Th...

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