Posted at 4:50 PM , on November 7, 2018
On Monday, the Chicago Blackhawks fired head coach Joel Quenneville after just over 10 seasons at the helm. Quenneville took over as the boss behind Chicago’s bench for the 2008-09 season and subsequently led the franchise to championships in 2010, 2013 and 2015. Continue reading
Posted at 11:02 AM , on October 28, 2018
According to Elliotte Friedman on Hockey Night in Canada, Zack Kassian and his agent have permission to seek a trade away from the Edmonton Oilers. Continue reading
Posted at 8:28 PM , on October 24, 2018
It seems like just yesterday that the hockey world was calling for Joe Sakic’s head. Continue reading
Posted at 1:28 PM , on October 21, 2018
Columbus general manager Jarmo Kekalainen has found himself at a serious fork in the road. Continue reading
Posted at 3:26 PM , on October 20, 2018
As of Saturday, Oct. 20, the NHL season is about 10 percent complete.
Although the standings still remain largely meshed, especially in the middle, a slight picture of the contenders and rebuilders can be made out. With that comes a list of standout performances and busts. This extends both team-wide and individually. Continue reading
Posted at 8:04 PM , on October 14, 2018
As the calendar inches towards the middle of October, the NHL begins to hit the meat of the season. Team identities are beginning to form, and a slight insight into how the standings will be playing out is coming to fruition. Continue reading
Posted at 10:24 PM , on October 11, 2018
Despite the emergence of the Vegas Golden Knights last season, the Pacific Division is wide open.
Posted at 1:30 PM , on October 7, 2018
The Central Division is likely the toughest division in hockey, or at the very least the one with the smallest amount of parity.
Theoretically, all seven teams in this division could make the playoffs. Continue reading
Posted at 6:16 PM , on October 2, 2018
Continuing on with predictions for the 2018-19 NHL season, it’s time to look at the Atlantic Division. Continue reading
Posted at 5:30 PM , on October 2, 2018
As the NHL’s preseason slate comes to an end, the focus turns to which players have made their respective team’s rosters, and further which teams looked primed for a deep playoff run. With the league’s parity growing slimmer and slimmer, it becomes increasingly difficult to determine who falls where this early on.
The Metropolitan Division, which was briefly crowned the NHL’s toughest division, has seen better days. Despite the previous three Stanley Cup Champions coming from the division, the quality of teams down the depth chart is not as mighty as it used to be. Continue reading