Three Teams Trending Upward in 2018-19

The happenings of the 2018 offseason have given some teams a very different look from when we last saw them on the ice last spring. Some teams made dramatic upgrades to their squads, while other teams seemed to have diminished any quality roster that they had intact. Let’s take a look at some of the […]

GNGHockey’s Top 20 Left Wingers

We have already headlined some of the league’s best offensive talents, and the list was a highly talented one, but that doesn’t cover everything. This time, we’re here to cover the league’s best scoring weapons on the left side of the ice. Here are the NHL’s top 20 left wingers.   20. Kyle Connor, Winnipeg […]

GNGHockey’s Top 20 Right Wingers

On this list of top 20 players, we are counting down some of the most lethal offensive weapons in the entire NHL. From players who can thread the needle to great two-way forwards to unbelievable snipers, here are the top 20 right wingers in the NHL.     20. Jakob Silfverberg, Anaheim Ducks Embed from […]

Players Most Deserving of Their First Stanley Cup

It seems like every championship team has a player or two who had been waiting so long. Players who had enjoyed plenty of success in their distinguished careers except the greatest of them all – raising the Stanley Cup. This year, it was one of the greatest duos ever in Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom […]

GNGHockey’s Top 20 Defensemen

During the NHL offseason, there are numerous lists of top teams, players, and other hockey-related things made by reporters, writers, and fans. We didn’t want to miss the opportunity to hop on the bandwagon, so here is our edition of the top 20 NHL defensemen!   20. Aaron Ekblad, Florida Panthers Embed from Getty Images […]

An Ode to a Good Boy: Jay Beagle’s Journey to Vancouver

On Sunday, July 1, 2018, hearts around the world from Hershey, Pennsylvania to Washington D.C., and back again were broken upon hearing that Jay Beagle, the undrafted and Stanley Cup-winning center previously of the Washington Capitals had signed a 4-year, $12-million deal to become a member of the Vancouver Canucks.  Over the previous 11 seasons […]

Is Mathew Barzal a lock for the Calder Trophy?

This year’s rookie class and Calder Trophy race are much different than the ones we have seen the past few seasons. Unlike past seasons, there is no Connor McDavid or Auston Matthews in this year’s crop of rookies, making this year’s Calder Trophy race extremely unpredictable, with any number of players in play to take […]

Winners and Losers of the NHL trade deadline

The dust has finally settled after the NHL trade deadline and, with just over a quarter of the season left to play, the landscape of the NHL is vastly different than it was back in the fall. Many teams will be integrating new talent into their lineup, while others are looking to fill holes left by […]

NHL power rankings: pre-trade deadline

31. Arizona Coyotes Not much has changed over the course of the season for Arizona. Clayton Keller has cooled off significantly since his early-season hot streak, and Antti Raanta hasn’t been able to steal enough games to lift the ‘Yotes out of the basement. Team MVP: Clayton Keller 30. Ottawa Senators Nothing has gone right for […]