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 […]
31. Arizona Coyotes Not much has changed over the course of the season for Arizona. Clayton Keller has cooled off significantly since his early-season hot streak, and Antti Raanta hasn’t been able to steal enough games to lift the ‘Yotes out of the basement. Team MVP: Clayton Keller 30. Ottawa Senators Nothing has gone right for […]
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.
The Flyers called up Tyrell Goulbourne last week, and it took just one look at social media to see the divided reaction of the fanbase.
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.
Jim McBride, Noah Eltringham and Matt Angle, break down their holidays. Look over the Flyers recent ups and downs. Discuss the Vegas Coach being the coach of the year and their ever growing shot at the Cup. And much, much more.
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.
Lucas Johansen was drafted 28th overall by the Washington Capitals in this year’s draft, but he was cut from the Caps’ training camp roster and sent to Hershey. The Bears are over a third of the way into the season, which is enough time to start making solid observations about players.