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FOUR Prospects Who Have Impressed This Season: Fraser Minten, Dmitri Buchelnikov, Jani Nyman, Jean-Luc Foudy (TOR, PHI, SET, COL)

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BoSox: Does Chris Martin Fix the Bullpen Issue??

Just yesterday, it was announced that the Boston Red Sox have made an agreement with reliever Chris Martin to a two-year contract. The deal comes in to be worth $17,500,000, pending a physical.  Martin had a tremendous second-half of his season, after being dealt to the Los Angeles Dodgers from the Chicago Cubs. The lengthy, righty combined for a 4-1 record, along with a 3.05 ERA last season. Specifically with the Dodgers, Martin had a spectacular 0.5 WHIP and a 34 strikeout to walk ratio. The newest member of the Boston Red Sox, can be considered as a journeymen. Martin made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies during the 2014 season. Since then, the reliever has bounced around to seven teams along with a stint in the Japanese league. Martin was a member of the Braves' World Series-winning bullpen in 2021. During the,  Fall Classic game against the Astros, he made two appearances, surrendering zero runs. Does Chris Martin Solve the Red Sox Bullpen Issue? Last season, Boston'

Q/A w/ 2022 Draft Picks: Connor Kurth, Josh Davies, Ty Young, Mason Beaupit (FLA, TB, VAN, SJ)

The 2022 NHL Entry Draft was full of immense talent that will eventually run the league in the future. Recently, the Cajoled Team had the chance to ask four NHL picks questions, here are their responses: Connor Kurth - Tampa Bay Lightning  Q :  Who was/is your favourite hockey team? A: My old favourite was the Wild, my new favourite is Tampa Q: Favourite hockey memory? A: Winning the league championship my 16u year Q :  Person that you look up to? A: I look up to my mom! She is a great role model. Q :  Favourite hockey player? A: Matthew Tkachuk IG:  @connorkurth Twitter:  @connor_kurth Josh Davies - Florida Panthers Q :  Who was/is your favourite hockey team? A: I gotta say The Edmonton Oilers have been my favourite team growing up. But I think I gotta switch to The Florida Panthers now Q: Favourite hockey memory? A: Playing for Team Canada at the U18 World Championships in Germany  Q :  Person that you look up to? A: Max Domi and my dad Q :  Favourite hockey player? A: Josh Anderson

Team Ontario Announces Men's Hockey Evaluation Camp Roster for The Canada Games (U16 Hockey)

Athletes from all over the Great White North will compete at the upcoming Canada Winter Games, this winter. As the province of Ontario prepares for the hockey competition at the 2023 Canada Winter Games, which will take place in P.E.I. from February 18–25, Team Ontario has released their evaluation camp roster. The Kitchener Evaluation Camp, which runs from December 8 through December 11, will feature 40 Players. Players will be assessed further after the camp before 20 are selected for Team Ontario in January. The 2023 Canada Winter Games will take place in PEI from February 18–25.  Selection Camp Roster: Goaltenders Jack Ivankovic, Mississauga Senators Jaeden Nelson, Toronto Marlboros Noah Paddock, OJS Isaac Gravelle, Southern Tier Admirals Defensemen Keagan Knight, Toronto Jr. Canadiens Luka Graziano, Toronto Jr. Canadiens Luke Dragusica, Toronto Marlboros Tyler Meireles, Navan Grads Quinn Beauchesne, Nepean Raiders Tristan Boudreau, Renfrew Wolves Maasilan Etchart, Rockland Nationa

NHL News: Nick Robertson Deserves to be in the Lineup, Flyers Prospect Dominates KHL, Juraj Slafkovsky to AHL?

The NHL is in full-flight! Here are the top updates and notable information within the National Hockey League: Leafs' Nick Robertson Deserves to be in the Lineup For a long time within the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, it was clear that many thought that Nick Robertson was a superstar in the making. Unlike Nick's brother Jason, the younger Robertson brother has yet to admit himself to a full-time roster spot. The Leafs' youngster has only played one single game since November 12th, despite being fully healthy. Leafs' coach Sheldon Keefe has announced that Robertson will slot in for Denis Malgin against the San Jose Sharks tomorrow. Robertson has been practicing on the fourth line along with David Kampf and Zach Aston-Reese. Robertson will look to add an  offensive threat to the Leafs' lineup. The 21-year-old's game revolves around his agility and skating ability, and Robertson has a knack for scoring goals. So far this season, the rookie has suited up for

FOUR NHL Prospects That Have Started the Season Off Slow (TOR, PHI, BOS, EDM)

Prospecting is one of most important aspects within an NHL organization. The ability to properly scout and predict a teenager's future can furthermore drive a club ahead of the pack. Here are four prospects that have started the season off slow, but have the potential to become future NHL veterans: Topi Niemela, Karpat Liiga (Toronto Maple Leafs) It is quite clear this season that Topi Niemela is not at the same offensive pace as his prior season in the Finnish Liiga. Although this is not necessarily a worry for the Leafs' organization, Niemela has shown the ability to be defensively sound while playing a top role on his team.   The Finnish Liiga is noted as a defensive-minded league with frequent low-scoring games. For example, Niemela's team, Karpat, sits fifth in the league, despite having only scored an average of two goals per game. So far this season, Niemela has recorded four goals and three assists in 25 games.   Last season, Niemela broke out offensively during

FOUR NHL Prospects that are Dominating the AHL This Season - (BOS, SEA, COL, PHI)

The American Hockey League is known as the second-tier professional hockey league in the entire world. The league filters some of the top prospects and the most elite hockey players on this planet. Here are five NHL prospects that have been dominating the AHL this season: Fabian Lysell - Providence Bruins (Boston) Do the Boston Bruins need more positivity? Well, there most recent first-round draft pick, Fabian Lysell is dominating the AHL. Lysell was touted as one of the premier prospects during the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, before dropping to the 21st overall selection. Sweden, pff! Ever since coming to North American, Lysell has refocused his game back to the elite, scoring abilities we saw when he was a teenager. For example, last season with the Vancouver Giants of the WHL. Lysell was the team leader in points and assists, the Swede recorded 40 apples, along with 62 points in 53 games. The Boston Bruins are tremendously proud with the development of Lysell over the past few seasons. Bo