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Tons of teams scouting the Leafs/Rangers game

Buffalo and Arizona both said to have interest in Kane

Tips on Betting on the NHL in 2015

What do you really need in order to be successful betting the NHL? That’s a good question, because beating any kind of sport is so difficult to begin with. Hockey is a game that is not unlike that of baseball, because of the way the basic proposition itself is laid out. That is to say, there is a price on each team to win the game itself, along with a total goals proposition, and a “puck line,” in which one team lays a goal and a half, with the other taking a goal and a half. So there are a few ways the hockey enthusiast can go when they are looking to bet on hockey.

Oilers, Hurricanes, Coyotes unlikely to accept Lindros-like package trade for No. 1 pick

Friedman: Oilers, Hurricanes, Coyotes unlikely to accept Lindros-like package trade for No. 1 pick

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TheHalfBoards.com

Here is the new sister site of the HTR network! It replaces the long enjoyed, but never forgotten wowhockey.com. TheHalfBoards.com

Please check out the new site and let us know if we can do anything to make it better. After all, that is our goal! We look forward to growing the site and enjoying discussions with new and old members alike.

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Wowhockey.com along with hockeytraderumors.com were founded over a decade ago and many original members remain to this day. The sites have always been built and maintained with fan first ideals and intentions. This site is built and maintained for the fan, by the fan. We welcome hockey fans of all walks of life, fans of each team, fans from any country. We want to make this the most honest and expert hockey board on the internet.

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Do you think that Subban is worth more than Jonathan Toews or Patrick Kane?

Duo commit to Blackhawks cause

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As the Chicago Blackhawks build for the next NHL campaign the franchise have been given the boost with the news that both Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane have put pen to paper on new long-term deals.

Yandle would command hefty price

Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press writes … Detroit Red Wings trade talk: Defenseman Keith Yandle would command hefty price.

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Will the Canucks go after the Rangers Boyle?

Gallagher on why they might pursue Rangers’ Boyle, the refreshing candour of Lundqvist, and Vigneault’s fast starts.

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Who is the best player available?

All NHL Teams would have to OK a Kovalchuk return

Hockey Rumors & News – March 29, 2014

Pat Hickey thinks that it “It’s time for Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin to get a deal done with his most valuable defenceman.”
http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Hickey+Hockey+Habs+should+give+Markov+three+year+contract/9674243/story.html

Sabres to retire Dominik Hasek’s number next season
http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/eye-on-hockey/24504493/sabres-to-retire-dominik-haseks-number-next-season

Luongo benching catalyst for Canucks-Panthers trade

A seat at the end of the bench wound up getting Roberto Luongo a ticket out of Vancouver.

When Luongo was passed over for the start in the Heritage Classic against the Ottawa Senators at B.C. Place on Sunday in favour of Eddie Lack, the slight by Canucks coach John Tortorella led to a series of events that resulted in Luongo’s trade to the Florida Panthers on Tuesday.