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.
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Analyzing the NHL's GM of the Year finalists, who got snubbed
Rory Boylen
The GM of the Year finalists were announced on Thursday and each of the three choices are very worthy of the award. We look at the work they did to earn this credit, and also shine a light on a few others who were perhaps overlooked.
Contract comparables: What is Zach Hyman worth on the open market?
Rory Boylen
Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 3 Preview: Canadiens vs. Golden Knights
Rory Boylen
The Montreal Canadiens are Canada's last chance for its first Cup since 1993 and now they'll face Vegas, a team making its third Round 3 appearance in just four years of existence. Here's how the two teams match up.
Six star player trade candidates you'll hear about this summer
Rory Boylen
As we await what's ahead in Rounds 3 and 4 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, attention is also starting to turn towards the off-season and the possibility for big changes around the league. You're going to hear a lot of star names in the rumour mill this summer and the list may grow larger as we go.
Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 3 Preview: Lightning vs. Islanders
Rory Boylen
Best and worst moves made by Canucks GM Jim Benning
Rory Boylen
Canucks GM Jim Benning was on the hot seat, at least from the outside, after his team missed the playoffs in 2021. Now that he's back, he'll be under more pressure than ever to move the Canucks forward. Can he do it? To help paint the picture, we highlight some of the best, and worst, moves he's made in Vancouver.
2021 NHL Draft Lottery Blog: Sabres get the first pick, Kraken second
Rory Boylen
The NHL Draft Lottery was conducted Wednesday and the Buffalo Sabres came out on top. The expansion Seattle Kraken moved up to the second overall spot and have a shot to land an impact player right away.
NHL Draft Lottery Primer: Best and worst possible outcomes
Rory Boylen
Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 2 Preview: Jets vs. Canadiens
Rory Boylen
The Winnipeg Jets and Montreal Canadiens are the last two teams standing in the North Division, so how do they match up? Here's our series preview.