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.
We’re nearly halfway through the NHL season and, as always, there has been a fair share of surprises around the league.
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.
The first line is back together as Jim McBride, Noah Eltringham and JT Volpe discuss the Vegas Golden Knights’ hot start. They also look at the bizarre first two weeks in the NHL. In other discussions, they look back at the Super Mario Bros. live action movie, the struggles of calling penalties in the NHL, some Philadelphia Flyers news and how Calgary broke Jagr.
The most interesting NHL storyline of the 2017-18 season has just become a little more unique.
With this year’s NHL free agency in the rearview mirror, let’s look at each team’s current most overpaid and underpaid players.
With the NHL expanding for the first time in 17 years, Dean Snock takes a deeper look into the 1970 expansion teams and their early years.
With the NHL expanding for the first time in 17 years, Dean Snock takes a deeper look into the first six NHL expansion teams and how they fared in their early years.