It seems like every championship team has a player or two who had been waiting so long. Players who had enjoyed plenty of success in their distinguished careers except the greatest of them all – raising the Stanley Cup. This year, it was one of the greatest duos ever in Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom […]
The dust has finally settled after the NHL trade deadline and, with just over a quarter of the season left to play, the landscape of the NHL is vastly different than it was back in the fall. Many teams will be integrating new talent into their lineup, while others are looking to fill holes left by […]
We’re nearly halfway through the NHL season and, as always, there has been a fair share of surprises around the league.
For the last three seasons, it hasn’t been outside the realm of possibility to say that it was the Capitals’ year to win the Stanley Cup. After being brutalized by the salary cap, the 2017-18 team, unfortunately, is not what it used to be by any stretch of the imagination.
The Atlanta Thrashers never seemed to be able to find their footing.
These teams could see their seasons go in two very opposite directions
A look at the best roster each Western Conference team has constructed since the NHL’s first expansion in 1967.
With this year’s NHL free agency in the rearview mirror, let’s look at each team’s current most overpaid and underpaid players.
In this upcoming season, Winnipeg Jets’ fans will get to see him play often after he signed with the team as an unrestricted free agent.
Before I begin, let it be known that these are far too early to fully expect accuracy in predictions leading up to the season.