Chris Porter

#53LW,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 206
Born:
Birth Place: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Draft: 2003 9th round (282nd pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Esiason: No way in the world Green Bay should bring in Colin Kaepernick

    Boomer Esiason joined Toucher & Rich to talk about Colin Kaepernick, and whether the Packers should sign him after losing Aaron Rodgers.

    NBC Sports Boston
  • NHL power rankings 2.0: Blackhawks are not backing down

    Here are USA TODAY Sports' NHL power rankings based primarily on the team's start, with some consideration to schedule and level of play. 1. Chicago Blackhawks (4-1-1) Fourth in goals per game and third in goals against. So much for taking a step backward. 2. Los Angeles Kings (4-0-1) Last year’s decline was about Jonathan Quick’s injury, and he’s back. 3. Ottawa Senators (3-0-2) Impressive start for a team playing without Erik Karlsson, who is set to return Tuesday. 4. New Jersey Devils (4-1-0) Are they the NHL’s most improved team? Sample size too small to know for sure, but their start shows they are a team on the rise. 5. Toronto Maple Leafs (4-1-0) Maple Leafs are showing a 1980s offense,

    USA Today
  • Monday’s FTB: Marlies Win Two of Three This Weekend

    Let’s get right to the links! Fulemin takes a look at some interesting stats and numbers for the Leafs’ first five games. The most important stat: the Leafs are 4-1. The second most important stat: they beat Vomit City 4-3. Speaking of beating Vomit City and Austy Matthman, Janik breaks down Matthews’ first goal and how ridiculous it was. WARNING: this article has a 100% chance of making all readers pregnant. MLHS recaps the Marlies’ 2-1 win yesterday, matching the Leafs’ 4-1-0 record. Fun notes: first, Bracco got his first point assisting Ben Smith’s team-leading third goal of the year on a 2 on 1. Second, Kasimir Kaskisuo got the win, making him the third Marlies goalie to get a win in their

    Pension Plan Puppets
  • Bruins could sure use Patrice Bergeron right now

    The Boston Bruins are off to a 2-3-0 start this season, which probably isn’t ideal considering they had two games against Colorado (they were the worst team in the NHL last season), a game against Arizona (they aren’t very good) and another one against Vegas (they’re an expansion team). Yes, the Avalanche are improved and the Golden Knights have been better than anyone anticipated, but the Bruins were a playoff team last season. They’ve got to better. There’s no doubt that they miss center Patrice Bergeron, who’s been out for every game of the 2017-18 season so far with a lower-body injury. Although the team hasn’t confirmed a return date for Bergeron, it sounds like Thursday’s game against Vancouver

    ProHockeyTalk
  • NHL-Highlights from Sunday's NHL games

    Oct 15 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights from National Hockey League games on Sunday: Sabres 3, Ducks 1 Benoit Pouliot scored the decisive goal late in the second period, and goaltender Chad Johnson made 25 saves as the Buffalo Sabres beat the Anaheim

    Reuters
  • Golden Knights look to rebound vs. Bruins

    The first homestand in Vegas Golden Knights history has already experienced its share of highs and lows. The Golden Knights (3-1-0) broke an NHL record for an expansion team with their third straight victory to open the season, defeating the Arizona Coyotes 5-2 on Tuesday night. Now the Golden Knights will try and rebound from their first loss on Sunday afternoon when they host the Boston Bruins at T-Mobile Arena.

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