Young hockey players in North America dream of chasing a Silver Cup.
Rather than focusing on the Crosbys and Ovechkins of the hockey world, let’s take a look at these lesser-paid players that, if they keep performing at a high level, will soon be earning a large pay raise in the near future.
As the new year begins, we are nearly halfway through this NHL season which has many surprising teams at both the top and bottom of the standings.
We’re nearly halfway through the NHL season and, as always, there has been a fair share of surprises around the league.
NHL 15 was a disaster.
There’s an audible “let’s go,” they start moving, and the crowd gets louder, as the players leave the tunnel and skate out on to the ice.
It’s extremely rare for a goalie to score, but when it does happen, it probably means either one of two things; an empty net under near-perfect circumstances, or that the other team screwed up.
The 2017-18 season is taking shape and we’re starting to have a feel of which teams will be playing in May and which teams will be looking at what to do to improve their fortunes next season.
Through just about 25 games, where does each team sit in the GNGH edition of the NHL power rankings?
I’m a Flyers fan above all else, but I can say this with full confidence: if it weren’t for the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim – two players on their team more specifically – I wouldn’t be nearly as big of a hockey fan as I am now.