Author Archives: Carson Babbini

About Carson Babbini

Carson Babbini is a sophomore at the University of Minnesota studying Journalism. Carson currently is the head of the NHL department for The Scorecrow and contributes for Sporting Sota of the Fansided Network. You can follow Carson on Twitter @CBabs1120 to keep up to date with his latest articles.

Minnesota Wild 2018-19 Season Review

Carson Babbini | April 11th, 2019

The Minnesota Wild came into this season with playoff expectations and the roster to do it. However, the Wild have now been eliminated from playoff contention and will be looking for answers this offseason. In our Season Review series, today we focus on the Minnesota Wild.

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Florida Panthers Fire Bob Boughner

Carson Babbini | April 7th, 2019

The Florida Panthers are looking to the future today as the team announced this morning that they have fired head coach Bob Boughner after two seasons. Boughner leaves the Panthers organization with a record of 79-62-22. In the two seasons under Boughner, the Panthers did not reach the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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Carey Price Ties Jacques Plante For Most Wins In Montreal Canadiens History

Carson Babbini | March 7th, 2019

A monumental feat was accomplished Tuesday night when Carey Price tied legendary Montreal Canadiens goaltender Jacques Plante for most career wins in a Canadiens sweater, and Price may get the opportunity to pass him as soon as tonight if Price starts for the Canadiens in their game against the San Jose Sharks.

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Columbus Blue Jackets Acquire Keith Kinkaid, Adam McQuaid In Separate Deals

Carson Babbini | February 25th, 2019

The Columbus Blue Jackets continue to make huge splashes in the trade market as the team announced today that they have acquired goaltender Keith Kinkaid from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for a 2022 fifth round pick. Also today, the Blue Jackets acquired defenseman Adam McQuaid from the New York Rangers in exchange for defenseman Julius Bergman, a 2019 fourth-round pick, and a 2019 seventh round pick.

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