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HockeyCircles is an innovative platform designed to connect players with the right people at the right time for success, both on and off the ice. Whether you want the latest news, connect with NHL professionals like myself for tips and advice, keep track of your stats or your team, or participate in one of our discussion and advice circles, I think you'll be impressed!

Jack McIlhargey

HockeyCircles Director
Scout for Philadelphia Flyers and Vancouver Canucks Alumni

Recent Articles

Recent User Posts

NHL Circle
6 hours ago

The 20 best names available in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft

The Canucks have drafted extremely well over the last couple years. No, I’m not talking about drafting future superstars or quality NHL depth; I’m talking about drafting players with great names. At the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, the Canucks selected one of the best names available in the fourth round when they picked defenceman Jack Rathbone. In 2018, they grabbed another defenceman with one of the best names in the draft when they got Jett Woo in the second round. That’s two elite names in back-to-back drafts. Add in some solid depth names like Petrus Palmu and Artem Manukyan, and the Canucks have clearly made out like bandits at the draft, name-wise.
Canucks Circle
Rick dC @rick posted a video
11 hours ago
Highlights from Elias Pettersson's Rookie NHL Season with the Vancouver Canucks
News Circle
1 day ago

Flames GM Treliving thinks RFA class could slow draft trade activity

Trade rumours thrive around the NHL Draft and often this is when big moved are made. Calgary's Brad Treliving is usually one of the more active GMs this time of year, but he believes the strong class of unsigned RFAs could throw a wrench into any trade plans.
News Circle
1 day ago

NHL Draft host Canucks keeping all options open with 10th overall pick -

Vancouver hasn't had much lottery luck in recent years, but they have found luck at the draft where great players have fallen to them. Hosting the draft later this week, all eyes are on the Canucks. Trade up? Trade down? Take the best player available? GM Jim Benning says he's considering anything.
News Circle
1 day ago

Spencer Knight on track to join exclusive goalie group at 2019 NHL Draft

With the USNTDP set to dominate the 2019 NHL Draft, team netminder Spencer Knight seems a sure thing to become just the 20th goaltender selected in the first round over the past 15 years. Here's a look back at how the first 19 of those selections panned out for their draft clubs, as Knight gets set to join the list.
News Circle
1 day ago

Anaheim names Dallas Eakins as new head coach

The Anaheim Ducks have officially named Dallas Eakins as their new head coach.
News Circle
1 day ago

Jets trade defenceman Jacob Trouba to Rangers for Pionk, 1st-round pick

The Winnipeg Jets have traded defender Jacob Trouba to the New York Rangers, the club announced Monday.
News Circle
1 day ago

Show me the money. Karlsson cashes in with huge deal in San Jose

The San Jose Sharks re-signed pending free agent Erik Karlsson to a $92 million, eight-year deal on Monday, turning a one-year rental into a long-term commitment to one of the league's most dynamic defencemen.
Pearl Fong @pearl shared a link
2 days ago

Rumor: Oilers tried to deal a big piece in order to get rid of Milan Lucic.

Oilers looking to deal multiple players.
Videos Circle
Rick dC @rick posted a video
5 days ago
All The F-Bombs The St. Louis Blues Dropped On Live TV After Winning The Stanley Cup
Leaked Canucks Jersey!
O’Reilly with the Conn Smythe on the plane back to St. Louis
News Circle
Mike MacWilliam @Mac24 posted a video
4:42am - Thu 13 Jun
Craig Berube Takes Us Through The Blues Miraculous Turnaround
News Circle
4:08am - Thu 13 Jun

From the outhouse to the frickin' penthouse!! St. Louis wins the Stanley Cup.

Play Gloria! Sing it loud and say it proud: Against all odds, the Blues are Stanley Cup champions.
Funny Circle
Rick dC @rick posted a video
4:26am - Tue 11 Jun
Hockey Talk Cliches!
Rick dC @rick shared a link
2:17am - Tue 11 Jun

Newborns at Brockton hospital decked out in Bruins blankets

BROCKTON, MASS. (WHDH) - Five of the Bay State’s newest Bruins fans are decked out in black and gold ahead of Game 6 on Sunday....
News Circle
2:05pm - Mon 10 Jun

And then there was one. Bruins maul Blues to force a Game 7 for the Stanley Cup

For the first time since 2011, the Stanley Cup Final is going to Game 7 after the Boston Bruins beat the St. Louis Blues 5-1 in Game 6.
Nostalgia Circle
Chad Sherman @chad shared a link
5:08pm - Sun 09 Jun

Sarah & Aaron's Hockey-Themed Wedding ON ICE!

The Offbeat Bride: Sarah, Freelance Writer and Editor (and OBT member Icedinogirl.) Her Offbeat Partner: Aaron, Business Process Consultant Location & date of wedding: Richfield Ice Arena, Minn…
2:00pm - Fri 07 Jun
No mercy from the St Louis Post this morning!