Mike Testwuide

#39RW,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 210
Born:
Birth Place: Vail, Colorado
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: R
  • Preview: Edmonton Oilers at Winnipeg Jets
    Arctic Ice Hockey

    Preview: Edmonton Oilers at Winnipeg Jets

    Game Time: 7:00 PM CST TV: TSN3 Radio: TSN1290 The Winnipeg Jets are playing their second preseason game tonight against their old WHA rivals, the Edmonton Oilers. It is hard to say who the Oilers will be playing against the Jets tonight as their first pre-season game was a split-squad game against the Calgary Flames. The Jets are looking to bounce back from their shootout defeat against the Minnesota Wild where they played a relatively strong pre-season squad. They look to be doing so again if the lines reporters have posted this morning are to be believed. This is both a good thing and a bad thing for the Jets: their players will have more time to develop chemistry and work out systems, but

  • Calgary Flames Jersey History
    The Hockey Writers

    Calgary Flames Jersey History

    Ah yes, the Calgary Flames. My hometown team. My boys! How could I ever be upset with them? Except, you know, when they win only four playoff rounds since 1989, missing the playoffs altogether 14 times. And also their penchant for grossly misjudging and or mistreating organisational talent (Doug Gilmour, Al MacInnis, Michael Nylander, Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Martin St. Louis, Marc Savard…). But hey, at least they don’t consistently trade my favourite players, right?! I’m so happy Theoren Fleury spent his entire caree–…I mean, isn’t it wonderful Valeri Bure got to retire a Fl–…you’ve gotta be kidding me, what about Freddy Brathwaite? …well, SURELY Jarome Iginla won’t be trad–OH COME ON. *Sigh* Well

  • A 2018 Calder Trophy Candidate from Every Team in the Pacific Division
    Mile High Hockey

    A 2018 Calder Trophy Candidate from Every Team in the Pacific Division

    Earlier this week, I took a look at the Calder Trophy candidates for the teams in the NHL’s Central Division. Tyson Jost, Kyle Connor, and Joel Eriksson Ek are the favorites from that group. Those three will be in the conversation this season, but the Pacific Division is home to two players that start the season with better odds of becoming the rookie of the year - one in Arizona and one in Vancouver. Now, here is a list of players from the Pacific Division teams that have the highest likelihood of becoming the rookie of the year. Anaheim Ducks - Jacob Larsson(D) With the loss of Shea Theodore to Vegas and the injuries to Sami Vatanen and Hampus Lindholm, Larsson is likely going to start the