We continue our look at the second half of the Mike Gillis era in Vancouver. For part one click here. As a team that has been by all measures […]
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There’s certainly no shortage at the center position for the Philadelphia Flyers as the team prepares for the 2013-2014 season. After signing free agent Vincent Lecavalier thanks to a Tampa […]
The 2013 NHL Draft is just 10 short days away. In those 10 days, the Columbus Blue Jackets are going to once again change the face of their franchise. For […]
As the clock approached 3:00pm on April 3rd, 2013 the Washington Capitals and the Nashville Predators seemed to have put the entire hockey world on hold, while they attempted to […]
I remember sitting opposite the draft board at the Consol Energy Center on the 2nd day of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. As a Flyers fan, I was happy the […]
In many ways Mike Matheson is like any other normal 18 year old kid. He’s halfway done with his freshman year of college and after a stressful week of exams […]
Heading into the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, Guelph Stotm defenseman Matthew Finn was ranked 13th overall by the International scouting Service, while The Hockey News had Finn ranked 18th overall […]
Andrey Makarov and Michael Houser were glossed over during the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, but that doesn’t mean they won’t strive to be NHL players one day.
When we here at The Hockey Writers first profiled Joonas Korpisalo three months ago, he was eagerly anticipating the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. He went into the draft in Pittsburgh […]
With well over a couple months to assimilate the results of the 2012 NHL draft and subsequently recover from NDWS (NHL Draft Withdrawal Syndrome), here are my projected […]
With just over a month to digest the results of the 2012 NHL draft and subsequently recover from NDWS (NHL Draft Withdrawal Syndrome), here are my projected top ten team […]
Since July 1, 27 out of the 30 NHL teams have signed new players to their roster via free agency.
Out of the remaining three, the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings kept their team intact and re-signed pivotal playoff performer, Dustin Penner while the Edmonton Oilers added some key parts prior to July 1 by signing Justin Schultz and drafting Nail Yakupov first overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
The Boston Bruins, on the other hand, have been entirely inactive.
But is the reliance on the current roster going to eventually harm the Bruins along with their biggest downfall last season: the power-play?