Rory Boylen
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Rory Boylen joined Sportsnet in 2014 and is the NHL and junior hockey editor at Sportsnet.ca. He is also co-host of the Tape to Tape NHL Podcast.
A history of in-season trades made by Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin
Rory Boylen
If the Montreal Canadiens approach this year's trade market as buyers, how aggressive will they be? Traditionally, GM Marc Bergevin doesn't make big splashes in-season, though there have been a few times where he's ended up a big winner with a trade between October and the trade deadline.
10 potential backup goalie targets for the Maple Leafs
Rory Boylen
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NHL Awards: Ranking the top three quarter-mark candidates
Rory Boylen
With the quarter mark of the NHL season upon us, here is our look at some of the major awards with the top three candidates in each.
When is it time to start worrying about the Toronto Maple Leafs?
Rory Boylen
The Cup hopeful Maple Leafs have posted a disappointing nine wins through 21 games of their 2019-20 season. Are their struggles the result of bad luck, or is it time to start worrying about the blue and white?
Flames can take away key lessons from Blues in OT loss
Rory Boylen
Eight NHL teams Taylor Hall could conceivably be playing for in 2020
Rory Boylen
Taylor Hall has indicated that when he signs his next NHL contract in the summer of 2020, he wants to do it with a team he can make the playoffs with as regularly as possible. While the Devils should still be the favourite, we wondered about them and seven other potential fits as well.
Ovechkin says Leafs 'have to play differently' to win a Stanley Cup
Rory Boylen
It took Alex Ovechkin 13 years and nine failed playoff runs before he finally got his first Stanley Cup. So his insight into what it takes to win is more valuable than most.
Analyzing the NHL's luckiest, and unluckiest, teams so far
Rory Boylen
How five former Winnipeg Jets are doing on new teams in 2019-20
Rory Boylen
The Winnipeg Jets returned all of their headline players to the 2019-20 lineup, but lost a number of other key members of their Cup contending team over the summer. Here, we check in on how those five former members are doing so far.