Artemi Panarin Agrees to Extension with Blackhawks

Photo Credit: Chicago Blackhawks forward and Calder Trophy winner Artemi Panarin will remain with the Blackhawks for the next 2 years. His next contract begins next season, where Panarin will average a salary of $6 million. Panarin,25, scored 30 goals, including 47 assists for 77 points. Last year Panarin was voted the Calder Trophy, over rookies like Conner McDavid and Shayne Gostisbehere. This season Panarin leads … Continue reading Artemi Panarin Agrees to Extension with Blackhawks

Shane Vereen Re-Tears Triceps

Photo Credit: New York Giants running back Shane Vereen has re-injured his triceps in Sunday’s win vs. the Detroit Lions. Earlier this season, week 3 to be exact, Vereen tore his triceps against the Washington Redskins, keeping him out till week 14. Vereen, 27, is more of a receiving back then a running back. He spent his first 4 seasons with the New England  Patriots, then … Continue reading Shane Vereen Re-Tears Triceps

Flyers Mark Streit Out

Photo Philadelphia Flyers defensemen Mark Streit will miss about 2 weeks with an upper body injury. Streit suffered the injury during the game against the Detroit Red Wings. Streit, 39, was drafted in the 9th round, 262 overall, by the Montreal Canadians in 2004. Streit made his NHL debut during the 2005-2006 season where he scored 2 goals and assisted on 9 goals for 11 points … Continue reading Flyers Mark Streit Out

Johnny Gaudreau Returns

Photo Credit: Calgary Flames left winger Johnny Gaudreau will return to the ice tonight against the Anaheim Ducks. Gaudreau missed the last 10 games after he had surgery on his fractured finger, which he sustained vs. the Minnesota Wild on November 15th. Gaudreau, 23, was selected in the fourth round, 104th overall, by the Flames in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. Gaudreau played in … Continue reading Johnny Gaudreau Returns