Many pundits have offered their opinions as to why the Edmonton Oilers’ seeming never-ending rebuild has been so fruitless. A quite popular and poignant reason is the fact Edmonton has […]
Post Tagged with: "NHL Draft"
Only a week into the season the hype in the race for McDavid and Eichel is already in full throat. Some fans in cities like Calgary, Buffalo, Carolina, and Florida to […]
The Buffalo Sabres have had their share of draft busts and beauties over the course of their history. In the first part found here, I took a look at the […]
In just a few short weeks, the 45th edition of the Buffalo Sabres will take to the ice. Last season was a disaster, but that was last season. With some […]
Over the years prior to 2012, the Minnesota Wild had stockpiled perhaps the best farm system around due to their multiple below average seasons. Their pool of prospects included a […]
Questions Every year over 200 players are selected at the NHL Entry Draft but how many actually make it into the NHL? Of those that make it into the NHL […]
When the New York Islanders, mighty slayers of the odd inept team last season, announced their acquisition of Dan Boyle last week, there was fairly little comment. No game changing […]
The Penguins’ marketing campaign in 2010 was ‘Defy Ordinary’. Their campaign next season should be ‘Defy Probability’.
The Edmonton Oilers yet again find themselves sitting and watching another edition of the NHL playoffs rather than participating. What is unfortunately becoming all too common, the Oilers management do […]
Whether it be the Phoenix Coyotes going off the board to take a Blake Wheeler or the Los Angeles Kings selecting Thomas Hickey seemingly out of nowhere, one’s mock draft can be wrecked quicker than Jake Virtanen can […]
The 2014 BMO Top Prospects Game was a home-coming of sorts for Ryan MacInnis. The lanky, 17-year-old product of the Kitchener Rangers grew up in St. Louis during his father’s […]
Maybe it’s because the game was played at the Scotiabank Saddledome – home of the Calgary Flames – but was difficult to speak to Michael Dal Colle at the 2014 […]