Podcast Interview with Chad Johnson

Podcast Interview with Chad Johnson

I sat down with former NHL goalie Chad Johnson for a podcast interview for The Broadway Hat Podcast this week. Chad played 9 seasons in the NHL and suited up for eight different organizations. He played in 192 NHL games between the pipes and finished with a career record of 80-75-12. He ended his career with 8 […]

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 Carolina Hurricanes Split Against Pennsylvania Foes

Carolina Hurricanes Split Against Pennsylvania Foes

Over the weekend, the Carolina Hurricanes faced off against Metropolitan division foes from Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh and Philadephia. The games would be split for the Hurricanes in a win over the Flyers, and a loss to the Penguins. How did the Canes from Raleigh get those results? Let us dive in. Hurricanes Scratch Out Win Over […]

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 Carolina Splits Back-to-Back Against Metropolitan Foes

Carolina Splits Back-to-Back Against Metropolitan Foes

On Thursday and Friday, the Carolina Hurricanes had a back-to-back game set against Metropolitan foes in the Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Washington game did not go as well as planned. Although, the Pittsburgh game had a rollercoaster of emotions that ended in overtime. How did Carolina end up in both games? Let […]

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 Hurricanes Bust Out the Brooms in Pennsylvania

Hurricanes Bust Out the Brooms in Pennsylvania

The Carolina Hurricanes decided to do some spring cleaning in the Keystone State Sunday and Monday. Carolina played the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday and the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday. The result? A back-to-back road-trip sweep of both Pennsylvania teams. What’s more important was that the Hurricanes had played three games in four days in that […]

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 Official NHL Hashtags for 2021-2022

Official NHL Hashtags for 2021-2022

Alright hockey fans, here it is. The official guide to the Twitter hashtags for each NHL team broken down into Division. Some are creative, others are generic, but these are the official hashtags to use on Twitter to generate the team logo. Let’s dive in. Western Conference Central Arizona Coyotes – #Yotes Chicago Blackhawks – […]

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 NHL Season Is Back – Opening Night

NHL Season Is Back – Opening Night

YESSIR. YES MA’AM. YES WHATEVER YOU ARE. The most holy of unofficial and unrecognized holidays is finally here. The NHL season is more back than Texas Football or Quasimodo will ever be, and it kicks off TONIGHT in The Big Guava. Just four teams competing in two games on opening night. For the first time […]

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 Potential Penguins Trade Deadline Deals

Potential Penguins Trade Deadline Deals

In yet another shift of dates this year, the trade deadline falls on April 12. As if the date change and salary cap situation doesn’t make for an interesting enough deadline, COVID-19 border protocols will most certainly play a role in general manager’s minds across the league. With the team playing better, but not much […]

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 Have the Penguins Turned the Corner?

Have the Penguins Turned the Corner?

After a very slow, very pedestrian start, it seems as though the Pittsburgh Penguins turned the corner. Starting with a two-game set against the Islanders last week, the Pens finally looked like the team everyone expected: a fast team with a lethal forecheck and one that possesses the puck most of the night. Their most […]

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 Pittsburgh Penguins Hire Hextall As GM

Pittsburgh Penguins Hire Hextall As GM

Just as suddenly as news came in almost two weeks ago that Jim Rutherford had resigned, Tuesday afternoon Hockey Twitter was ablaze: the Penguins hire Ron Hextall as the new general manager. This may come as a bit of a shock to long-time Pens fans who haven’t really followed his post-playing career. After all, Hextall […]

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