Rinne breaks shutout streak record at Worlds

Mike Halford May 11, 2015, 11:06 AM EDT Pekka Rinne‘s time at the 2015 World Hockey Championship didn’t start very well, but sure improved quickly. During Monday’s tilt against Belarus, the Finnish netminder set a tournament record for longest modern-day shutout streak, going 206:26 to break the previous mark set by Slovakia’s Jan Lasak in

Trade Bait: Nikolai Khabibulin

RP – Original Article by Jason Brough The NHL’s trade deadline is Wednesday, April 3. Following is a player that may be moved. For more “Trade Bait,” click here. Nikolai Khabibulin‘s 43-save shutout versus the Blues on Tuesday couldn’t have come at a better time for the Oilers. Not only did Edmonton badly need the

Makarov Sets Two Blades’ Records with Another Shutout

The Saskatoon Blades won their 3rd game in a row on Friday night, kicking off parents weekend with a decisive 6-0 triumph over the Calgary Hitmen. The Blades got two goals each from Nathan Burns and Brenden Walker, while goalie Andrey Makarov had the 42-save shutout for his 8th of his WHL career, surpassing Braden