Two Rookies Not Named McDavid or Eichel Making Big Impact in NHL

Written By: Keith Gibson Coming into this 2015-2016 NHL season, if someone were to bring up the race for the Calder Trophy (awarded to the Rookie of the Year), the debate would no doubtedly be between Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel. The two recently drafted phenoms were poised to have immediate impacts on their respective … More Two Rookies Not Named McDavid or Eichel Making Big Impact in NHL

Milan Lucic’s relic brand of hockey will prevent him from joining the Vancouver Canucks

Written by: Anthony Pazzano After Los Angeles Kings forward Milan Lucic expressed to the media earlier this week that playing for the Vancouver Canucks next season (2016-17) was a ‘possibility,’ the talks about the Vancouver native potentially playing for his hometown have been heating up. But does that mean that Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning … More Milan Lucic’s relic brand of hockey will prevent him from joining the Vancouver Canucks

Will the Habs’ abysmal power play improve next season?

After a disappointing end to the 2014-15 season for the Montreal Canadiens, heads were turning to both general manager Marc Bergevin and head coach Michel Therrien about the Habs’ abysmal power play – a big reason why the Habs did not get past the second round against Tampa Bay. When Bergevin was asked by reporters … More Will the Habs’ abysmal power play improve next season?

Toronto Maple Leafs will win in the long run, trading Phil Kessel

In the world of hockey and specifically the NHL, all the talk is about the big trade between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins on Canada Day, July 1st. Yesterday afternoon the Leafs traded Phil Kessel to the Penguins for Nick Spaling, Kasperi Kapanen, Scott Harrington and a first & third round pick in … More Toronto Maple Leafs will win in the long run, trading Phil Kessel