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NHL Mid-Season Awards

We are currently 40-42 games into the season and the NHL is at its halfway point. We’ve seen some amazing surprises this season, as well as some teams surprise us in the wrong way. 480 more words


Liveblog: Canadiens edge Ottawa 2-1

Two goals in the second period secured the Canadiens’ third straight win

The home team struck twice within the period’s first five minutes.

Jonathan Drouin’s penalty shot got the Canadiens on the board, and then Phillip Danault buried a beautiful feed by Andrew Shaw. 37 more words


NHL: Re-Addressing the Norris Talk

This is my favorite but also one of the most difficult topics to talk about, the Norris trophy. I do not agree with the way voting works, basically, whoever has the most points win, being a defenseman, I love watching these guys play, their tendencies, what they do in certain situations, how they handle the power play, etc. 530 more words


NHL: Norris Trophy Dark Horses for 2017-2018

Ryan Suter: Veteran deserves some credit!

Suter finished fifth in Norris voting a season ago. He finally is getting some of the consideration he deserves. Suter finished third in the league in average time on ice, and even more impressively led the league in plus-minus! 776 more words


NHL: Norris Trophy Candidates Part One

During the 2017 NHL awards ceremony, Brent Burns took home his first career Norris Trophy for the NHL’s top Defenseman. Leading all Defensemen in goals with 29 and points with 76, Burns was a big factor at both ends of the ice for San Jose. 674 more words


2017-2018 NHL Odd On Favorites By: Vegas Knights Of The Roundtable

Las Vegas–With the 2017-18 campaign just a few short weeks away, Vegas Knights of The Roundtable has put together the early odd’s on favorites of what we think is going to happen over the course of the new season. 1,316 more words

Brent Burns wins the Norris Trophy!

On Wednesday night, Brent Burns became the first San Jose Sharks player to win the NHL’s James Norris Memorial Trophy, awarded each year to the league’s top defenseman. 154 more words