Bye Bye Babcock- Leafs Changing Things Up Behind The Bench


It felt like the writing was on the wall after another first-round playoff exit when GM Kyle Dubas failed to confirm the head coach's job security. The Toronto Maple Leafs were officially underperforming and changes were coming. But after surviving a tumultuous offseason that saw a ton of new faces

Boston Bruins off to winning start.


Rask and Halak have been sharp to start the Bruins season. Goaltending has been the key to Bruins strong start. The Bruins have begun their "Revenge Tour" after failing to capture the Stanley Cup last season. The team starts off their 2019/20 NHL campaign with a four game road trip. The first game

An Ode to the St. Louis Blues


Flashback to January and tell me who the hell would have seen this coming from the St. Louis Blues? Dead last in the NHL standings in January. Now, they are Stanley Cup Champions. How did they get here? An Unexpected Lift in Goal January 7th vs the Philadelphia Flyers is where the

The Toronto Maple Leafs: Better, Worse, or The Same?

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The Toronto Maple Leafs: Better, Worse, Or The Same? The Toronto Maple Leafs have made the playoffs two straight years. However some big pieces have moved in the offseason including the acquisition of John Tavares and dropping the likes of JVR and Bozak amongst others. In this article over a quarter of the

Calm Down Jersey, It’s Only November


The New Jersey Devils are 9-10-4. They sit 5 points out of the wild card spot with 59 games left. 59 games! It’s not like it is the dead heat of a playoff race with 10 games left on the season. There is still time to right the ship and

Stopping the Bleeding in New Jersey

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Well... The second end of that back-to-back didn’t go as planned for the Devils from New Jersey. The team showed up for about 2 minutes and gave fans flashbacks to the game against the Tampa Bay Lightning a week prior. But this time, it wasn’t one of the best teams in

Ilya Kovalchuk Returns to the NHL with the Kings

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One of Ilya Kovalchuk’s last NHL memories is a tough defeat in the 2012 Stanley Cup Final, when his team, the New Jersey Devils, lost to the Los Angeles Kings in-game six. Now, after five long years spent in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) in Russia, Kovalchuk has finally returned-and he’s

NHL Quarter Recap: Teams Chances of Playoffs


With roughly a quarter of the season done it is time to look at the odds of each team making the playoffs. It is still pretty early and a lot could and probably will change throughout the season, but it is definitely interesting to see where the league stands after each

Three Storylines for the 2017-2018 NHL Season

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After the conclusion of the NHL’s centennial season, which resulted in the Pittsburgh Penguins becoming the first repeat champions of this millennium, an fascinating off-season took place which ushered in the next hundred years in the NHL’s storied history. With notable free agents signings like Kevin Shattenkirk, Joe Thornton, Alex Radulov,

Trade Alert: Blackhawks Repeating Problems


The NHL Draft is tonight, but the Chicago Blackhawks didn't wait to make some blockbuster trades today. The Chicago Blackhawks traded two core pieces today in Niklas Hjalmarsson and Artemi Panarin. It seems like every year the Blackhawks run into cap problems. Having Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane combining for $21