Hockey is a sport, but it’s also a business. Players are acquired and traded every day. If you’re a hockey fan, you’ve most likely experienced that horrible feeling of watching […]
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With the Islanders forward depth having taken a major hit recently with the loss of Mikhail Grabovski and potential loss of Frans Nielsen, Islander fans are again discussing team needs […]
A complete list of all the players with no-trade and no-move clauses in their contracts. [The Fourth Period] The Sabres GM doesn’t know why nobody wants his players. [Pro Hockey […]
* This post will updated regularly as further fines for diving and embellishment are doled out. Today, Montreal’s P.K. Subban became the fifth player this season to be penalized for […]
With the fantasy hockey season approaching, returning managers are undoubtedly starting to prepare for drafts in their respective leagues. Whether one is playing in a Yahoo!, CBS, ESPN, or daily […]
With the 2013-2014 NHL schedules being released a couple of weeks ago, hockey fans have undoubtedly combed through a bunch of games thus far in order to secure tickets or […]
Nino Niederreiter knows how the bright young prospects selected in the top five of the 2013 NHL Entry draft on Sunday felt and will feel. He knows almost exactly how […]
The Islanders historically make moves on NHL Draft Day. 2013 Was no different as GM Garth Snow was busy inquiring about Corey Schneider from Vancouver, who ended up being shipped […]
The 2013 NHL Draft is officially over. We’ve let the picks, the trades, and the rumors settle overnight and we can take a moment to reflect on what was the […]
Sunday afternoon’s proceedings at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey might not have gone as many hockey fans and analysts planned, but there certainly weren’t many dull moments. Teams […]
Pre-season projection: Playoff team Final team record: 26-19-3 (8th in Western Conference) Flip a coin. The Minnesota Wild made the playoffs for the first time in five years; they almost […]
When you think of the Minnesota Wild, the names Zach Parise, Ryan Suter, Mikko Koivu, and Niklas Backstrom come to mind, as they should. Suter and Parise were acquired to vault the latter two Finns into playoff contention for the first time since 2008.
While the dual free agent signees’ impact has been noticeable, a relatively small Wild lineup (save for a healthy Mike Rupp) has been actively seeking bottom-six forwards capable of a shutdown, bump and grind style.