Eric Lindros Should be in the Hall of Fame

Eric Lindros Should be in the Hall of Fame

Last week, the Hockey Hall of Fame announced their inductees for 2015, including Chris Pronger, Niklas Lidstrom, Sergei Federov, and Phil Housley from the player side. Although all these players […]

Artem Anisimov is making his way back from a concussion, so fantasy managers should keep a close eye on his progress. (Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports)

Getting to Know Artem Anisimov

The Chicago Blackhawks sent shockwaves through the hockey world when they dealt soon-to-be restricted free agent winger Brandon Saad to the Columbus Blue Jackets in a blockbuster seven player deal. […]

Ryan Spooner was one of the clear standouts at Dev. Camp. (Photo: Sarah Connors)

Ryan Spooner Poised To Be Bruins’ Third Line Center

As the old saying goes in life, when one door closes another one opens. Such is the case with 23-year-old Ryan Spooner. The young center for the Boston Bruins was […]

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Top Agitators a Scarcity in Upcoming Draft

Early in the Seinfeld episode where George tries to take home the Frogger arcade game, Kramer mentions an electrician named Slippery Pete who might be able to help. “Is he good, […]

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A Look At Matt Read’s Forgettable Season

Matt Read is a prototypical late-bloomer. He was 24 years old when he signed his entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers and he was 25 before he even tasted the NHL. […]

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Duncan Keith – Top Defenseman Of The Salary Cap Era?

After watching another virtuoso performance from Chicago Blackhawks’ defenseman Duncan Keith, I was shocked to come across this tweet from colleague Mark Scheig. At random times today, I will tweet out random […]

Brad Richards was a star well before joining Dallas. (Photo courtesy of kaatiya/ Flikr.)

For Brad Richards, Final vs. Tampa Brings Career Full Circle

The year was 2004.  A youthful Brad Richards had just been a crucial cog in a Stanley Cup winning team. That team, of course, being none other than the Tampa […]

Henrik Lundqvist is the cornerstone to success for the New York Rangers. (Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

King Henrik’s Quest for the Stanley Cup

With the Stanley Cup Playoffs nearing an exciting climax with two Game Sevens this weekend, there is probably only one ongoing storyline that no one is surprised by: Henrik Lundqvist has carried […]

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Curtis Lazar: A Western Canadian Patrice Bergeron?

That Curtis Lazar has endeared himself to Ottawa fans over the course of the 2014-15 season is incontestable. From eating a hamburger thrown on the ice after a Sens’ win, […]

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Sean Couturier Part Three: Where To Go From Here

Over the past few days, I have taken a deeper look into Sean Couturier’s 2014-2015 season. On Tuesday, I examined his credentials as the Philadelphia Flyers second line center. Then, […]

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Sean Couturier Part Two: Analyzing Two Comparisons

Since his first day in the NHL, Philadelphia Flyers fans have been comparing Sean Couturier to the player with whom he broke into the league: Brayden Schenn. And even before […]

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5 Best American Players in Hockey Today

Today is Memorial Day. It is a day where Americans honor those who have defended our Nation’s Freedom in the United States Armed Forces. We remember those who have passed […]