Tim Kolupanowich

A native of Monroe Township, NJ, Tim received his Bachelor's Degree in Contemporary Journalism from Endicott College in Beverly, MA. A Flyers fan growing up, he has gone to numerous events including each installment of the Winter Classic, the Stanley Cup final and the 2010 Olympics. In addition to The Hockey Writers, Tim also writes for The Good Point and interned with The Hockey News from Jan. to May 2011, contributing to their book Hockey's Most Amazing Records. Outside of hockey, Tim enjoys reading and watching movies and extreme sports such as snowboarding and skydiving.

Recent Articles by Tim

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Today’s NHL: Depth Is Key For Offense

Six teams have a better offense than last season’s leader, the Vancouver Canucks who averaged 3.15 goals per game.

by · December 27, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · News, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals
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The Case For Team Mandated Visors

Philadelphia Flyers captain Chris Pronger, who has been having a miserable season dealing with injuries already, is now out with concussion-like symptoms, likely stemming from being hit in the face […]

by · December 10, 2011 · 1 comment · Injury Report, News
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Which Surprising Team Is Most Likely To Stay In The Playoff Hunt?

Every year there are a few teams that start off the season playing well beyond everyone’s expectations and giving their fanbase hope of a playoff run before fading back out […]

by · November 21, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Edmonton Oilers, Florida Panthers, Minnesota Wild, Toronto Maple Leafs
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Bruins Back On Track After Stutter-Step To Start The Season

The Boston Bruins reached the pinnacle of hockey last season, winning the Stanley cup in a thrilling seven-game series against the Vancouver Canucks, so naturally they were expected to suffer […]

by · November 11, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins
Dion Phaneuf Finally Appears Settled In Toronto

Dion Phaneuf Finally Appears Settled In Toronto

The Toronto Maple Leafs sit at the top of the Eastern Conference standings and, for the moment, it appears GM Brian Burke’s plan is finally falling into place. The gamble […]

by · November 5, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Maple Leafs
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Several Teams Relying On Backup Goalies In This Young Campaign

Every season sees someone unexpected step up out of nowhere and guide their team throughout the year. Some players such as Martin St-Louis and Patrick Roy came out of nowhere, performed well and became stars while others like Michael Leighton faded back into obscurity after their moment in the limelight.

by · October 26, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · New Jersey Devils, News, St Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks
Michael Grabner is always a threat for a breakaway when he is on the ice and has been a big reason for New York's success this season. (Icon SMI)

Top 10 NHL Tweeters

The NHL season has been in full swing for a week and, as always, there is great demand for as much news and information as possible. Started in 2006 and […]

by · October 15, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · News, Top 10 Lists
Six New Faces Prove Their Worth In First Weekend Of NHL Action

Six New Faces Prove Their Worth In First Weekend Of NHL Action

After one of the wildest offseasons in recent memory, all there was left was to see how well the GMs made out. If the first few days of the season […]

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Shanahan Made Right Call With 10 Game Suspension To Shelley

It seems odd that, as administrations at every level of the game are trying to make it safer, it is the so-called policemen who are constantly to blame for dirty hits. Such was the […]

by · September 23, 2011 · 2 comments · News, Philadelphia Flyers
Jeff Carter's trade was seemingly overshadowed by that of Mike Richards. Surely a landmark day for the Flyers  {Photo: BridgetDS - Flickr}

30 Questions – Western Conference

Here are roster questions for the Western Conference. A lot of teams are expecting a key player to have a bounce-back, or breakout season in order to keep up in […]

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30 Questions – Eastern Conference

The occurrence of moves has slowed down to a crawl this offseason indicating teams have their rosters largely in place. Last season, there were only 25 signings and six trades between Aug. 21 and […]

Five Players Primed For A Breakout Year

Five Players Primed For A Breakout Year

Not every player is capable of being a star the moment they step onto NHL ice like Sidney Crosby or Alex Ovechkin. It takes most players two or three seasons […]