The 2018-19 Ottawa Senators are one of the most interesting teams in the NHL this season.
Ever since the NHL reversed Tom Wilson’s BS 20 game suspension, the Caps have been rolling.
It’s not uncommon for coaches to hate a certain players.
3 new top 6 forwards, 2 new bottom 6 forwards, 1 new top 4 defensemen and a new starting goalie. That is how much change the Buffalo Sabres underwent this offseason. In are forwards Jeff Skinner, Connor Sheary, Casey Mittelstadt, Patrik Berglund and Tage Thompson. Rasmus Dahlin was added to the backend and Carter Hutton was signed to take over the net. All these guys … Continue reading The Rebuild is Complete in Buffalo
The Chicago Blackhawks have acquired Dylan Strome and Brendan Perlini from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for Nick Schmaltz. All 3 players have struggled this year, in 20 games Strome has 6 points, in 22 games Perlini has 6 points and in 23 games Schmaltz has 11 points. It is very early to give up on Dylan Strome who picked #3 in the 2015 NHL … Continue reading Blackhawks acquire Strome and Perlini
One of the best rivalries in hockey, the Montreal Canadiens take on the Boston Bruins on Saturday night at the Bell Centre. Hockey Night in Canada staff will be wearing the retro powder blue suits today (which will be auctioned off for Hockey Fights Cancer) and what better game to show than this original 6 battle. Montreal is coming off a 3-2 OT loss to … Continue reading Live Blog: Montreal vs Boston
In the past five years, what has been the biggest changes in the NHL? Speed and age.
Is it composition or is it execution? Who knows these days with the Edmonton Oilers. If you look at Peter Chiarelli, he is the one who’s turned Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Justin Schultz, Mat Barzal and Anthony Beauvillier into Adam Larsson, Ryan Spooner, Filip Berglund and Griffin Reinhart. When Peter Chiarelli was hired in Edmonton he had Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, and Justin Schultz on … Continue reading Coaching or Management? or Both?
The Edmonton Oilers have traded Ryan Strome to the New York Rangers in exchange for Ryan Spooner. Now before I get into this, I am taking Jordan Eberle completely out of it and just looking at the Strome and Spooner swap. Ryan Strome was originally brought to Edmonton because he was cheaper and his time on the Island was not successful so the Oilers thought … Continue reading Swapping Ryan’s: Strome for Spooner