Power rankings for the week of January 7th, 2018. The number in parenthesis is where the team was ranked last edition. Happy New Years everyone! Read the rest of this entry
The New York Islanders dropped their fifth straight contest on Friday night, as the once hopeful team drifts further and further out of the picture in the competitive Eastern Conference. After starting the season on an offensive and overall successful tear, the team has only managed to win five of their last 18 games. Read the rest of this entry
The tradition of an NHL outdoor game every New Year’s Day now began a decade ago in 2008. Since then, there have been a number of tremendous and dramatic contests, however there have been several duds as well. Read the rest of this entry
Now that the NHL holiday trade freeze has lifted, chatter around the league should begin to pick up. Most insiders within the league view January as the time where general managers and owners alike begin to view their teams as sellers or buyers for the trade deadline. However, that may prove to be a bit more difficult this year. Read the rest of this entry
Power rankings for the week of December 24, 2017. The number in parenthesis is where the team listed was ranked last week. Have a happy holidays everyone! Read the rest of this entry
Weekly power rankings are back! Here is the installation for the week of December 17th, 2017. Read the rest of this entry
Eugene Melnyk’s controversial comments over the weekend came at the worst time possible for the Ottawa Senators
It is no secret that the Ottawa Senators have reached code red in terms of panic. Read the rest of this entry
Since the infamous Thomas Vanek for Matt Moulson swap in October of 2013, Garth Snow and the New York Islanders have shied away from blockbuster deals in the midst of regular season play. They have acquired complementary pieces, such as Tyler Kennedy, Shane Prince, and Michal Neuvirth, from time to time, yet nothing of true significance has taken place.
It is time for that to finally change. Read the rest of this entry
The Avalanche have finally ended the Matt Duchene saga. After months of negotiations and patience, Duchene is off to Ottawa. Read the rest of this entry
Honestly, I am dreading writing this because there is no good way to do it. People are going to get mad regardless, so that isn’t a factor. However, what is a factor is that the NHL has so little parity now that the standings are near impossible to predict.
Anyways, I am going to give it my best shot and try to explain myself in the most rational manner. Here goes nothing. Read the rest of this entry