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Busted! The Five Biggest First Round Flops In Winnipeg Jets History

In its history, the Winnipeg Jets version 1.0 had some up-and-down moments at the draft table. They  did hit a home-run in selecting Dale Hawerchuk with the first overall pick […]

Lemaire at work

Top 5 New Jersey Devils 1995 Stanley Cup Finals Moments

The New Jersey Devils marched through the truncated 1994-95 regular season like a team on a mission. The Devils, after their best regular season in franchise history in 1993-94 when […]

Pat Burns in 2003.

Pat Burns Biography

What can be said about a man that everyone knows so much about? If you’re a fan of the NHL you likely know the Pat Burns story: A police officer […]

by · June 23, 2014 · 1 comment · Hockey History, New Jersey Devils
The Writers Mock Draft as we delve into the rationale of the Devils mock pit at #30. (File Photo)

The NHL Entry Draft: A Historical Analysis

Questions Every year over 200 players are selected at the NHL Entry Draft but how many actually make it into the NHL? Of those that make it into the NHL […]

Bobby Clarke's million dollar smile

The 7 Most Controversial Plays in Hockey History

Hockey is a game of inches. Split-second judgments by players, and close calls by officials can, and have had, a tremendous impact on the game throughout the years. With the […]

by · June 18, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey History
Top 5 Draft Busts In Atlanta Thrashers History

Top 5 Draft Busts In Atlanta Thrashers History

The Atlanta Thrashers had a brief, disappointing tenure in the NHL. The main reason why the Thrashers failed was their poor performance at the draft table. The Thrashers had an […]

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Top 5 New Jersey Devils 2000 Stanley Cup Finals Moments

The New Jersey Devils journey to the 2000 Stanley Cup Finals started with a sweep of the Florida Panthers and ended with a historic rally. Down three games to one […]

San Jose Sharks: A Brief History

San Jose Sharks: A Brief History

The beginnings of the San Jose Sharks can be traced back almost fifty years ago to the 1967 NHL expansion. At the time, the NHL wanted to expand the league […]

Gary Bettman (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Rule Changes the NHL Should Stop Ignoring

During the 2014 Stanley Cup Final the NHL Competition Committee met to discuss future rule changes in the game. The committee is comprised of league officials representing the NHL and […]

Brodeur wants one more chance at a Stanley Cup (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

11 Years Later: Brodeur Deserved The Conn Smythe Trophy

The date was June 9, 2003.  When the final horn sounded, the New Jersey Devils were Stanley Cup champions for the third time in franchise history, defeating the Mighty Ducks […]