There’s something special about going to a game as an away fan. You’ll get dirty looks. You’ll get heckled. You’re outnumbered. In short, it’s incredible. Before this game, I had only gone to an away Flyers game once before. Back in the magical 2009-10 season, the Flyers met the Devils in the first round of […]
Jim McBride and Noah Eltringham are joined by GNGHockey president Dylan Coyle. They discuss the NHL’s stance on slashing penalties, the New Jersey Devils and their continued success, Vegas finally cooling off, and the Lightning striking more than twice.
Charlie McAvoy, Clayton Keller, Dylan Strome, Nico Hischier, and Nolan Patrick all have the best shot.
A look at the best roster each Eastern Conference team has constructed since the NHL’s first expansion in 1967.
Dean Snock takes a look into how players became despised around the NHL.
Some of these moments were the best of the 2000’s. Do you remember?
Did you get a feeling down your back when these teams made history?
What hockey chant is your favorite? Here is a list of some popular ones heard around the league.
Which international players will be picked early in the first round?
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?