Bowey is back!

On March 13th, it was announced that the Washington Capitals were reassigning defenseman Madison Bowey to the American Hockey League, after he played in the NHL for 51 games this season. Although this may not have been Bowey’s favorite thing to hear, it is great news for the Hershey Bears. Embed from Getty Images This […]

There’s no need to worry about Lindblom

Oskar Lindblom finished Thursday’s game against the Blue Jackets without a point for the twelfth game in a row. If you were to only look at his point totals, you would probably be very disappointed in his production. If you were to actually watch him play, however, you may see things differently. The stats may […]

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 […]

Do the Washington Capitals have a goaltending problem?

The period of time between the trade deadline and early April is when NHL teams hope that their players will either continue already-strong play, or improve upon play that hasn’t been satisfactory. Atop the Metropolitan Division, this is especially true for everybody in the Washington Capitals dressing room, but specifically for goaltender Braden Holtby. Holtby […]

Five best plays from the Flyers | week of 3/4

Even though the Flyers had it rough these last few weeks, which includes a five-game losing streak, they did have some memorable moments against the Panthers, Penguins, and Bruins. Konecny lifts the puck over Jarry’s pad and into the net A great play by Konecny to take advantage of the loose puck sitting in front […]

Three Key Young Blue Liners

Currently sitting 12 points out of a playoff spot with only 16 games left in the season, the playoffs are looking like an unattainable dream for the Bears. However, through a somewhat disappointing season that has seen the team lose several key players early on, there is a silver lining: without losing those key players, […]

T.J. Brennan signs multiyear extension with Flyers

The new (and shockingly) improved Philadelphia Flyers have just inked another piece of their defense for years to come. At about 2 P.M. (EST) today, the team announced on its official website that they would be signing defenseman T.J. Brennan to a multiyear contract extension. The team did not release details regarding money or yearly […]

The Flyers cannot get comfortable just yet

The Flyers just finished their best month of the year. After a 10-game losing streak, it seemed as though the Flyers making the playoffs would have to wait another year. Since that time though, the Flyers have become one of the hottest teams in the league. They finished the month of February with a record […]

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 […]

With 5-1-1 stretch, the Bears fighting for their playoff lives

After looking to be dead in the water just two weeks ago, the Hershey Bears have begun to show signs of life with just under 25 games remaining in the 2017-18 season. Winners of five of their last seven contests and owners of a six-game point streak, Hershey has been finding ways to win and […]