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  1. NHL: Tyler Seguin could become star for Bruins, while Carey Price...

    E.J. Hradek

    E.J. Hradek looks at the best and worst move of every Northeast division team this summer; it turns out that the best move by all five clubs may involve a kid that hasn't played a minute of NHL ice time yet -- but is soon to become a Beantown hero.

    Blog | Conversation | September 15, 2010
  2. NHL: At league's midpoint, Stanley Cup contenders have decisions ...

    E.J. Hradek

    E.J. Hradek looks at five key teams on different courses and discusses moves they can make to chase the Cup or secure better position for next season.

    Story | Conversation | January 06, 2010
  3. NHL — Philadelphia Flyers' new coach realizing his team has...

    E.J. Hradek

    What a weekend! It started with a coach getting fired and a wonderful 100th anniversary celebration in Montreal (that Guy Lafleur can still skate!). It continued with a not-so-special homecoming for Phil Kessel in Boston. And, it ended with another s...

    Blog | Conversation | December 07, 2009
  4. NHL — Alex Ovechkin's injury status leads Hradek's Monday 1...

    E.J. Hradek

    You'll have to forgive me if I'm a little too giddy today. I'm coming off a great weekend of hockey games, two Yankees wins and Brett Favre's monster (for me) stick-it-to-Packers-management win at Lambeau. I have to admit I really loved that last one...

    Blog | Conversation | November 02, 2009
  5. NHL -- Tuukka Rask looks strong for Boston Bruins

    E.J. Hradek

    If the Bruins' plan is to move promising rookie stopper Tuukka Rask into the No. 2 job behind Vezina Trophy-winning starter Tim Thomas -- and we're pretty darn sure that's their plan -- it got off to a good start Tuesday night in New York. The Finn...

    Blog | Conversation | September 16, 2009
  6. Source: College standout Kessel to sign with Bruins

    E.J. Hradek

    According to a league source, University of Minnesota forward Phil Kessel has decided to forego the final three years of his college eligibility and sign a three-year contract with the Boston Bruins.

    Story | Conversation | August 16, 2006