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NHL: 10 Thoughts Heading into the 2017-2018 NHL Season...

Holy goosebumps, did anyone see the video released by SportsNet Tuesday afternoon? Well if not here is the link (click on the word link)

What’s better than that video to kick of the 17-18 NHL season?   598 more words


Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy Prediction, PART ONE

In a league that has prided itself on parity over the last decade, it is a quite a dichotomy that the list of elite goal scorers has been such a short one. 517 more words


NHL News: NHL Faceoff Rule Creates Headaches for Players & Fans

Bad visual Monday night, September 18th, as the NHL held nine preseason games in those nine games there were 49 penalties. The NHL has come out and said they will be cracking down on slashing penalties this season, agree to disagree, fine. 331 more words


NHL Division Preview: Pacific Division; Edmonton, Anaheim, San Jose, Arizona, Kings

Anaheim Ducks:

The Anaheim Ducks are coming off their 2016-2017 campaign claiming first place in the Pacific Division and reaching the Western Conference finals. The Ducks have had one of the best duo in the entire league with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry for years now. 731 more words


Shane Doan Retires After 21-Years With Coyotes

Shane Doan Retires After 21-Years With Coyotes…

I’m sure we all have heard the news. Long time great, Shane Doan has retired after 21 years with the Coyotes. 634 more words


NHL Preview: San Jose Sharks 2017-18, Hertl Health, Boedker New Role, Dillon Capability

San Jose Sharks(46-29-7: 3rd Pacific):

The Sharks had a relatively disappointing season after a first-round exit to a young Edmonton team, the Sharks are back on their heels a bit as the Western Conference continues to get better and some new teams look to make that playoff push. 577 more words


NHL Preview: Anaheim Ducks 2017-18; Ritchie & Manson's Roles, Rakell Success, Gibson's Health...

Anaheim Ducks(46-23-13: 1st Pacific):

After a successful 2016-17 season the Ducks again get ready for another deep postseason run, you may call me crazy but I would not be surprised to see the Ducks in the Stanley Cup finals next season. 728 more words