Filip Forsberg expected to hear his name called much earlier in the day. According to the Central Scouting Service, the 17-year-old Swede was ranked as the No. 1 European skater […]
Christmas in July! It’s a great concept usually celebrated by those in the southern hemisphere when winter falls in the 7th month of the year. The big ol’ jolly fat […]
With only a few weeks remaining in the 2012-2013 NHL season, we are starting to see some interesting drama unfold. The Islanders look as if they may finally be ready […]
We were allowed to take a couple days off and look at what happened. Everything went crazy in the fantasy hockey world. There have been fantasy hockey duds and studs […]
The Toronto Maple Leafs are just a few points behind the Boston Bruins. With home ice on the line, do they have the talent and drive to catch Boston?
Don’t look now, but the laughing stock of the league in August has become the feel-good story of 2013.
The Columbus Blue Jackets, who sported a 29-46-7 record last season (good for last in the NHL) were belittled in the offseason for sporting “an AHL roster”. Their forward lines and defensive pairings lacked depth and star power. The goaltending tandem was deemed inexperienced and incredibly inconsistent. Most notably, now-former Columbus general manager Scott Howson was seen by everybody as a serious liability, with the potential to sign off on trades that could only be seen as laughable.
Win In Jersey The thought of some people entering the trade deadline was that the Toronto Maple Leafs may need a veteran goaltender to provide some insurance down the […]
The Phoenix Coyotes continue to battle to make the playoffs despite puke buckets behind the bench, with a win over the listless Avalanche last night lending a hand. More importantly they continue to work to resolve what’s become known as “The Coyotes Saga” over four years of bankruptcy and failure.
An approved arena plan, a strong local ownership group and political support may be all that’s necessary to bring both the NHL and NBA to Seattle.
The Carolina Hurricanes started off the season stronger than anyone expected, taking control of the Southeast Division for a long period of time.
Alex Semin was having a comeback season creating one of the top lines in the Eastern Conference with Eric Staal and Jiri Tlusty. The acquisition of Jordan Staal looked brilliant as he created secondary scoring with line mate Jeff Skinner. Cam Ward was also playing well in goal earning wins to cement the Hurricanes as playoff favorites.
But in the past month, the tracks have fallen off for the Hurricanes, who currently sit at 13th in the Eastern Conference and have been taken over by both the Winnipeg Jets and Washington Capitals in the Southeast.
The NHL trade deadline has come and gone, and the Buffalo Sabres were open for business. The Sabres made three major moves, one on deadline day and two leading up to it. By sending out Jordan Leopold, Robyn Regehr and captain Jason Pominville, the team is moving in a new direction. They acquired a slew of draft picks and a pair of prospects in order to improve the franchise.
For a moment, try to forget the fact that Alexander Ovechkin has scored 13 goals in his last 10 games. Forget that he is second in the NHL with 23 […]