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 […]
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.
It’s 9:15 P.M. on a late-November Wednesday night at the Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers are down 3-1 to the San Jose Sharks with 7:56 left to go in the 3rd period. Philadelphia is about to extend their winless streak to 9 games, and register their 4th straight blown lead.
Roberto Luongo’s career – in terms of goaltending – is one of the best. He has put together a possible Hall of Fame career that includes accolades such as top-5 in career wins and most saves in a single season.
With this year’s NHL free agency in the rearview mirror, let’s look at each team’s current most overpaid and underpaid players.
Before I begin, let it be known that these are far too early to fully expect accuracy in predictions leading up to the season.
Acquired via trade from the LA Kings in 2011, Schenn was an effective forward on the Flyers since his arrival.
With the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs having come to a close and the NHL’s best of the best having been decided, let’s take a look at the best of the worst.
There is a certain magic that happens when a team makes the all-important jump into the final series of the season.
Dean Snock takes a look into how players became despised around the NHL.