Forwards Pierre-Edouardo Bellemare (Philadelphia Flyers) Connor Brickley (Carolina Hurricanes/AHL) William Carrier (Buffalo Sabres) Cody Eakin (Dallas Stars) Erik Haula (Minnesota Wild) William Karlsson (Columbus Blue Jackets) Brendan Leipsic (Toronto Maple Leaves/AHL) Oscar Lindberg (New York Rangers) Jonathan Marchessault (Florida Panthers) James Neal (Nashville Predators) Tomas Nosek (Detroit Red Wings/AHL) David Perron (St. Louis Blues) Teemu … More Vegas Roster Announced!
Adidas had a huge opportunity in front of them to really spice up teams style in the NHL and to be completely honest they dropped the ball. There are a few nice jerseys but for the most part they are either the same or terrible. Winners Minnesota Wild- Their home jersey was released and it’s … More Winners and Losers of the Jersey Reveal
I think it is too early to call it a mistake but there are quite a few questions I have about it. For one is Backes going to be able to hold up for the whole length of the contract or will his body breakdown? That is a serious question Sweeney and company should be … More Tuesday Mailbag
You might be looking at this roster I picked and think this team is way too young to be competitive and you might be right but Vegas can’t expect to be an elite team right away. The only thing I didn’t include in this draft is the draft picks Vegas will have from teams that … More Picking The Vegas Golden Knights Roster!
6 years ago today the Bruins brought the Stanley Cup back to Boston when they took down the Vancouver Canucks in 7 games. The Bruins finished the regular season as the Northeast Division champion, earning the #3 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. In their 33rd postseason meeting, Boston eliminated their fiercest rival, the Montreal … More Reminiscing On Bruins Stanley Cup Victory!
Late on Tuesday afternoon the Bruins announced that Kevin Dean will be filling the assistant coach vacancy after being head coach in providence for one season. Dean is very familiar with head coach Bruce Cassidy after working under him for 5 years in Providence. “Last year with Providence was a big step forward for me … More Bruins Busy 24 Hours!
One team that should be looking at Kovalchuk is the Devils, Jersey is in a strange position they have the 1st pick in the draft but there roster isn’t a total mess. If you add Nolan Patrick/Nico Hischier with the #1 pick you got a #1 center, then if you add Kovalchuk you have a … More Mailbag 2.0
The hardest thing to do in hockey is repeat as champions and for the first time in 20 years the Penguins were able to accomplish that goal with a 2-0 victory over Nashville in game 6. This victory didn’t come without some controversy though, in the 2nd period referee Kevin Pollock blew a premature whistle … More Penguins Repeat As Stanley Cup Champs!
Yesterday 11 year veteran Gregory Campbell announced his retirement although the last time he stepped on the NHL ice was in 2015-2016. Last year Campbell was the final cut for the Columbus Blue Jackets at training camp and was assigned to minor-league Cleveland where he refused to show, then was suspended without pay for failing … More Gregory Campbell Retires
“We have a lot of work to do as an organization, still. We want to become a deeper, more talented team from top to bottom,” said Bruins GM Don Sweeney at his end-of-season press conference in April. “Taking one step forward, in my opinion, is not successful. It’s a good step, but we have work … More Jonas Brodin To The Bruins?