Sonny Sachdeva
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Back home, Muslim hockey community beaming after Kadri's historic moment
Sonny Sachdeva
In reaching the championship summit on Sunday, Nazem Kadri became the first Muslim player in NHL history to win the Stanley Cup. And back in his home province, it was a moment many a Muslim hockey fan will never forget.
Inside the Nolan family's next chapter in hockey
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NHL Scouting Combine Primer: How teams will assess the 2022 Draft class
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The Draft Combine comes to a close on Saturday with a series of physical drills for the prospects. Here's a look at what the teenagers can expect as teams watch their every move in Buffalo.
Arshdeep Bains dreams of repping hometown Canucks: ‘I couldn’t even imagine’
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Arshdeep Bains willed his way forward with a banner 2021-22 campaign to become the first South Asian player to claim the WHL's scoring title, and is now on the cusp of seeing his big-league dream realized after signing with his hometown Vancouver Canucks.
How Lightning's Corey Perry found new life in the twilight of his career
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Why Nazem Kadri's story is about so much more than resilience and hate
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Nazem Kadri should be celebrated for how he's navigated this chaos. But we owe him more than reducing his story to one of racism serving as a catalyst for greatness. That greatness comes in spite of the bile, not because of it.
By The Numbers: Wildest stats, records set in Flames-Oilers' chaotic Game 1
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After a night at the Scotiabank Saddledome that saw the Flames and Oilers break records, the numbers piling up with reckless abandon, fans throughout the province left in a tizzy, here’s a look at the wildest stats from Game 1.
Penguins’ Evgeni Malkin opens up on future: ‘I hope I stay here. I hope forever.’
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Leafs veteran Spezza mulls uncertain future: 'I'm a little lost right now'
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After one more disappointing finish left the Maple Leafs faithful reeling, and had many wondering what changes the roster will undergo before it returns to the ice in October, Spezza's future in blue and white looks more hazy than it has in summers past.