The State of Hockey is… well the State of Hockey.
Here’s a scenario for you: A team gets rid of a guy who had 17 goals and gave minimal effort every night and they become better? Yes I’m talking about Max Pacioretty who was the Canadiens captain but never really acted like it or deserved the letter. When the trade was made for Shea Weber he was clearly the leader in that room. Here’s another … Continue reading Montreal is Better Without Pacioretty
I’m sick and tired of seeing boring third/alternate jerseys.
After a 6-6-3 start to the 2018-19 NHL season, the Chicago Blackhawks have fired Head Coach Joel Quenneville. Not only is Quenneville the 2nd winningest coach in Blackhawks history, he is the 2nd winningest coach of all time behind Scotty Bowman in both categories. Quenneville coached 797 games with the Blackhawks and had a record of 452-249-96 to go along with 3 Stanley Cups. So … Continue reading It’s Not Joel Quennevile’s Fault
At first I was thinking #BoycottUber may be coming… but the more I think about it, this shouldn’t surprise anyone the Ottawa Senators are in the middle of this drama.
The hype is real. Coming into this year, there were a few rookies who were projected to receive Calder votes in June: Andrei Svechnikov of Carolina and Rasmus Dahlin of Buffalo to name a few. But the guy who writers talked about the most was 2017 5th overall pick, Elias Pettersson of the Vancouver Canucks. At the 2017 draft, many pegged Cody Glass to go … Continue reading Vancouver Deserves Elias Pettersson
The LA Kings have started the season 3-8-1 and all 3 of their wins came against teams that people projected to be bottom 10 in league standings. The Kings beat Detroit who’s the worst team in the NHL, Montreal who is overachieving, and the Rangers who are in a rebuild. The Kings are averaging 2 goals per game and have a powerplay that is just … Continue reading The LA Kings are in Trouble
Mark Giordano has been an absolute warrior for the Calgary Flames this season.
Without a doubt, the Avs have the top line in hockey right now.
The National Hockey League is going soft and John Tortorella isn’t afraid to admit it.