Posts From Dom Lunardo

Dallas’ Run to the 2020 Stanley Cup Final

The 2019-20 edition of the Dallas Stars…where do we begin? If we were to tell you last November that the Stars would be three wins away from a Stanley Cup championship (their second one in franchise history) you’d probably have an eyebrow (or two) raised along with a friendly chuckle. Well, hockey fans, here we are in the heart of September, and the Stars along with the Lightning are the two remaining teams mired in a heat-of-the-night battle to hoist Lord Stanley’s proverbial mug.

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Sabres Top-Tier Talent is For Real (Part 2 of 2)

This article, for all intents and purposes, will focus on three additional players, and what the Sabres can garner with the (highly-coveted) eighth-overall pick at next month’s NHL Entry Draft. Let’s get the ball rolling, shall we?

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Sabres Top-Tier Talent is For Real (Part 1 of 2)

The Buffalo Sabres have endured a ton of heartbreak having missed the playoffs for nine consecutive seasons. During which time, the team has gone through five different head coaches and have made three changes at the general manager position.

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Lightning Depth Begins at Center Ice

The center-ice spot is arguably the single most important position in the National Hockey League. Teams are always seeking talent, intelligence, depth, size, speed, and sandpaper down the middle of the ice as they look to build a contending roster capable of winning a Stanley Cup.

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Brayden Point: The Face of the Franchise in Tampa Bay

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are any hockey fan’s dream. Drama, excitement, unpredictability, passion, and despair all highlight one of the best tournaments on the planet

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Miro Heiskanen: Dallas’ Biggest and Brightest Superstar

The National Hockey League is quickly becoming one of the most talented enterprises from a player’s perspective in North America. It’s fast, exciting, and includes a wide-ranging plethora of young, dynamic, and electrifying superstars that can captivate the interest of any fan.

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New York Islanders: The Gift that Just Keeps on Giving

On July 1, 2018, the New York Islanders lost their captain, best player, and face of the franchise, John Tavares. More than two years later, and the Maple Leafs have failed to advance past the first round of the playoffs. The Islanders, on the other hand, have won three playoff series, and find themselves just three wins away from the Eastern Conference Finals.

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3 Reasons to Fear the Vegas Golden Knights

The Golden Knights are playing really good hockey as of late. Dom Lunardo shares three reasons why opposing teams should fear Vegas.

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Three Reasons to Fear the Tampa Bay Lightning

Last season, the Tampa Bay Lightning finished the regular season with an astounding 62-16-4 record to go along with 128 points-signifying one of the best single-season records in National Hockey League history. A week-and-a-half later, their season was over as the Bolts were swept in the first round in surprising (and convincing) fashion at the hands of the Columbus Blue Jackets sending shockwaves across the hockey world. 

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