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Canada vs USA: Where is the NHL Talent Located?

Over the years, the sport of hockey has been viewed as “Canada’s sport”, both in the birth of the actual sport, as well as the homegrown talent. However, as we look at the last few years of Women’s and Men’s hockey at the IIHF stage, has the star power of Canadian young stars fallen behind […]

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How Complacency Led To The Downfall of the Detroit Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings are one of the more storied franchises in not only the National Hockey League, but in all of North American sports. A team that has produced legends such as Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay, Terry Sawchuk, Steve Yzerman, and Niklas Lidstrom, among countless others. They recently had a streak of 25 consecutive […]

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NHL Free Agency Tracker

The NHL Free Agency Period officially begins on July 1st at Noon Eastern. We here at The Athletes Hub have all the news and rumors covered for you here. Refresh for all the latest updates. This will not include rumors reported before the publication of this post. NOTE: Problems with WordPress prevented this from being […]

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What Might Come Out of Red Wings, Habs Potential Draft Clash?

The Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens are two of the most storied franchises in NHL history, but they have both fallen on hard times. Both failed to reach the postseason last year and there are few signs of a turn around next year. Both teams are looking to the June 22nd NHL Entry Draft. […]

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Washington Capitals Secure Stanley Cup

The Washington Capitals have won the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history with a 4-3 win over the Vegas Golden Knights. The deciding game was close throughout, with a scoreless first period setting the scene for a crazy second. Five goals and one brawl later, the Golden Knights had a 3-2 lead […]

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Will Vegas Golden Knights Cash In For Stanley Cup?

The Vegas Golden Knights are having a season unlike any professional sports team in the world. This season will be historic, regardless of how the Stanley Cup Finals turns out. The Knights are not the first exapansion team to compete for a title, as another team did it 50 years ago: The St. Louis Blues […]

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Sedin Twins Announce Retirement

The Sedin Twins, Henrik and Daniel, have announced that this season will be their last in the NHL. The two have played 17 seasons, all with the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks selected the two second (Daniel) and third (Henrik) overall in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. The duo were known for their ability to play […]

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NHL Trade Deadline Tracker

The NHL Trade Deadline is Monday, February 26 and we have all the action a day before! Remember to refresh for all the latest happenings. February 26 TRADE: The Boston Bruins acquire forward Tommy Wingels from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for a conditional 2019 5th round pick. TRADE: The Calgary Flames acquire forward Nick […]

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Why Athletes are Actually UNDER-Paid?

After seeing athletes get paid millions and millions of dollars, the normal person would assume they are overpaid. There’s truth to that..or is there?

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The State of Pro Sports in Detroit

Follow The Athletes Hub on Twitter @HubOfAthletes and Tristin McKinstry @SickeningSum86 The State of the Union address is an address made by the President of the United States to Congress and the entire nation via broadcast television. The address takes place inside the US Capital in Washington DC. Attendees include Congress and all members of […]

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