Nathan Horton has heard it all too many times. He’s overrated. Injury-prone. Not worth the risk. A needless investment. And now he’s set to become one of the NHL’s top free agents. How will injuries affect his value?
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The Minnesota Wild captured the offseason headlines with the signing top free agents Zach Parise and Ryan Suter to 13-year deals worth around $98 million each. Suddenly, the Wild, who […]
Many adjectives have been used to describe the Detroit Red Wings off-season disastrous, disappointing, sub-par unproductive, ineffective, fruitless – the list can go on and on. For such a storied […]
A couple of weeks ago, July changed to August and a new month began. In most people’s minds, the change in date symbolized the impending stoppage of warm weather, family […]
The Blues can check off one of their biggest priorities for the summer. David Perron is under contract for another four years. The Canadian-born left-wing signed a four-year, $15.25 million […]
Welcome to Volume One of The Icing Line, a weekly column dedicated to the recent happenings of the NHL world. Zach Parise and Ryan Suter are now both members of […]
When you include the lockout, the Toronto Maple Leafs haven’t been to the playoffs in eight seasons. Leafs General Manager Brian Burke was supposed to change all that when he […]
While the NHL Entry Draft is usually considered a very important part of a rebuild for an organization, there have been scores of diamonds in the rough who never heard […]
As the season finally gets underway, almost every team has a shiny new player that they are anxious to show off. Admittedly, the free agency crop has been diminishing in […]
Rumours say the Vancouver Canucks have signed hired gun Brad Winchester – see what I did there? “Hired gun”? “Winchester”? Hey, I can’t let sports editors have all the lame […]
Despite a July 1st which saw over eighty players signed to contracts in an undeniable free agent frenzy, the Stanley Cup Champions made only three minor signings including only one […]
by Jas Faulkner, Nashville Correspondent In the hallway where Predators GM David Poile was scheduled to meet the press, the general energy was business as usual. Just a few feet […]