Every year when NHL award season rolls around, the topic of renaming awards comes up.
Every year the Hart Memorial Trophy is awarded to the most valuable player in the NHL. This year it was taken home by Connor McDavid who beat out Sidney Crosby and Sergei Bobrovsky. Let’s take a look at who in history has finished at the top or near it.
Every year the Vezina Trophy is awarded to the top goaltender in the NHL. This year it was taken home by Sergei Bobrovsky who beat out Braden Holtby and Carey Price. Let’s take a look at who in history has finished at the top or near it.
Every year the James Norris Memorial Trophy is awarded to the top defenseman in the NHL. This year it was taken home by Brent Burns who beat out Erik Karlsson and Victor Hedman. Let’s take a look at who finished at the top or near it.
With the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs having come to a close and the NHL’s best of the best having been decided, let’s take a look at the best of the worst.
As the Nashville Predators and Pittsburgh Penguins duke it out in the Stanley Cup Finals, I think about the one player that could have changed the past, present, and future for both of these teams: Jason Spezza.
With NHLers staying home, what could the Olympics’ most dominant hockey team look like in 2018?
A look at the most dominant team in the game of hockey.
The 90’s were an interesting time for hockey. The league is almost unrecognizable from what it was at the beginning of the 90’s, and seventeen years after the decade’s end there are very few 90’s players left. Let’s take a look at who’s still around.
Maurice “Rocket” Richard was one of the greatest players of all time. He played 18 seasons in the NHL, racked up over 500 goals, and nearly 1000 points in the lowest scoring era. He scored 50 goals in 50 games, he won eight Stanley Cups, and the NHL’s goal scoring trophy is named after him. Everyone knows about Richard’s accomplishments, but not as many people know how and why he was able to accomplish such great feats. So what did make him so great?