One hundred thirteen. Hockey fans, we are officially 113 days away from Olympic hockey! In only 16 weeks, the most talented players form around the globe will take to the […]
Post Tagged with: "Powerplay"
If I have learned one thing over the course of my 18 years of sports fandom it is that fans love to do two things: question all decisions made by […]
The Boston Bruins powerplay stinks. Currently thirtieth of thirty NHL squads, the Bruins’ single-digit (9.3%) rate puts the B’s in rarefied air of PP ineptitude. No point beating around the […]
Red Wings Rewind looks to recap the last 7 days in Red Wings action, both on and off the ice, as well as take a look forward to the challenges […]
In a sport where converting on a single power play can mean winning that game, teams may start to get a bit more creative in who they send out on those man-up opportunities. If the Rangers deploy the five forward power play and find success early in the season, certainly other teams will take notice.
Mere minutes away from the start of their title defense, the Boston Bruins look like a team you can bet will be a contender come April. You can expect a […]
I’m putting a warning out right now: What I’m about to write will not sit well with many Rangers fans. After Sunday afternoon’s thrilling Game 3 victory over Washington in […]
PITTSBURGH-The Pittsburgh Penguins were supposed to be the team that stumbled in Game 3. They were the team searching for answers against a Tampa Bay Lightning team that had a strangle […]
Pittsburgh-The stormy weather came early Friday night at the CONSOL Energy Center. No one expected there to be Lightning in the forecast after a dominant performance by the Pittsburgh Penguins […]
Pittsburgh-The Pittsburgh Penguins have found a successful defensive recipe on a nightly basis to be at the top of the Eastern Conference standings. They are 5th in the NHL in […]
The Philadelphia Flyers ended their 4-game losing streak on Tuesday night with a 4-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers. The win was the Flyers’ 41st of the season and ended […]
Perhaps it was that Cory Schneider playing in front of them that had the Canucks playing such a seemingly shut-down game, or perhaps Colorado is just a bad offensive team. […]