In the tightly-packed Metropolitan Division, one could easily make the case for any of the eight teams finding themselves in the postseason. With just 12 points separating the division-leading Washington Capitals (71 points) and the cellar-dwelling New York Rangers (59 points), all eight teams can rise up the standings – or plummet to the bottom […]
Young hockey players in North America dream of chasing a Silver Cup.
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.
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.
fter starting the season 1-5-0-1, including dropping their first three games, the Bears have begun to right the ship.
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.
It was fun while it lasted, I guess.
The Atlanta Thrashers never seemed to be able to find their footing.