The KHL All-Star Game is slated for the weekend of January 12-13 in Chelyabinsk, home of the KHL’s Traktor. The starting lineups for the annual event were selected via fan balloting, […]
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Following Sunday’s article called Top 10 Undersized NHL Players, I decided to do the exact opposite and have a look at the NHL’s biggest and strongest players who can dominate […]
The Northeast Division is viewed as a division filled with fierce and natural rivalries. Boston-Montreal, Montreal-Toronto, Toronto-Ottawa and Buffalo-Boston quickly come to mind. This summer, most of these teams…
As fans CONTINUE to patiently wait for the NHL and NHLPA to negotiate a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), many are reminded of a time just eight years ago when […]
As the Summer Olympics are currently taking place in London, now is the perfect time to read about them. So why not bring hockey into the equation, and think about all the similarites between the two?
When Ray Shero first arrived on the scene from the Nashville Predators, he brought a hockey mindset of toughness and grit to the Pittsburgh Penguins. He signed players who brought their […]
With the skill level of young players getting higher, the amount of young NHL talent has spiked over the years. Every year there is a new crop of future star […]
For the second consecutive season (and third time in four years) a member of the Boston Bruins will walk away from Las Vegas with some hardware for the trophy-case. Patrice […]
With a bleak 2012 free agent class and the re-signings of Daniel Paille, Gregory Campbell and Chris Kelly, it’s likely that the Boston Bruins may not be active players in free agency. The team’s limited needs paired with their cap space will most likely restrict what they can and can’t do come July 1. It’s a storyline that should play out similarly to offseasons of the past for the Bruins where minor moves are made to address smaller needs. For general manager Peter Chiarelli, it’s obvious that the team’s impeccable chemistry and strong prospect pool are more important than searching for free agents to fill gaps.
A brief look at the Bruins’ projected roster for the 2012-13 season doesn’t reveal many openings. In fact, the Bruins could take the ice tomorrow with the players already signed and boast a lineup that doesn’t look much different on paper than the 2011-12 team–sans Tim Thomas, of course. It’s all but guaranteed that the Bruins will spend close to the cap this year and since they’re already near the ceiling, there’s a good possibility that this offseason will be just like the one before it: pretty quiet.
Expectations We have within us an innate sense of right and wrong. Along with that comes a desire to see justice done and for equality. When we see injustice and […]
So Russia looks poised to capture another World Championship later today as they face Slovakia in the final. Now they have been tested at times in the tournament but it […]
The Boston Bruins’ breakup day came approximately six weeks earlier than it did the season before. During the day’s interviews and meetings, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli indicated that while he didn’t foresee any major changes, he would like to “add some pieces.” The Bruins will need bottom-six players with one or two to have the potential to move into the top-six group, if necessary. With the current situation as is for the Bruins, here’s a look at five free agent forwards that the Bruins should target.