The NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone, and it was a rather calm Wednesday. The trades are starting to become more spread out, instead of making all of them on the deadline day. There were a few definite winners and losers, however, and that's what I'm here to look
The NHL Department of player Safety announced yesterday that it had suspended Jets Defenseman Jacob Trouba for 2 games for his illegal check to the head of Mark Stone. This announcement was shrouded in controversy, with many people feeling that 2 games was not enough for the deed that Trouba committed.
The chaos surrounding the St. Louis Blues just keeps getting deeper. The Blues shocked the hockey world with the announcement that they had fired Ken Hitchcock early yesterday morning. This came after a 5-2 loss the previous night to the Winnipeg Jets. This left the team toiling in the fourth division
This team is killing me. Red Wings lose, 4-3, in overtime(again!?!?) to the Boston Bruins. Another point but the agony of losing in the extra session continues. I can't really rip on the powerplay considering that they only had one opportunity, the Bruins played a pretty clean game.(Sarcasm, I'll get to
Welp. Red Wings lose, 3-2, to the Buffalo Sabres in overtime. A poor 3rd Period performance, another exposure of the miserable powerplay, and a missed opportunity for two points against the only team in the Atlantic with less points than the Wings. The teams were evenly matched in the first period, going
Petr Mrazek (#34) of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates a 6-5 shootout win over the Boston Bruins with teammates at Joe Louis Arena on January 18, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Get it? Bru-Wins? Red Wings WIN! In a comeback, 6-5, over the Boston Bruins in a shootout,