Atlantic Division

An Open Letter to Claude Julien

Dear Claude Julien, I’m sorry. In December, I called for you to be fired when I saw the awful power play. The defensive style drove me nuts. The way you had your defense stay back once you got a lead and let...

Rangers Top Habs, Net Five in First

May 19, 2011 In an already intense Original Six match-up against the Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers’ winger Brandon Prust decided to deliver a new level of intensity one second into the game by dropping ...

Keeping Tradition Alive in Toronto

The recent decision to have hockey games being played at Maple Leaf Gardens means that one of the last great hockey shrines will once again be reborn. While the Leafs will continue to play in the confines of...

Leafs Remain Number One in Forbes Ranking

In Forbes’ annual rankings of NHL franchise values, the team that comes on top is the team that continues to remain among the bottom feeders of the NHL. For the fourth year in a row, the Toronto Maple Leafs are...

Leaving a Lasting Impression

After spending his entire 13 year NHL career with the Canadiens, Saku Koivu now departs Montreal for the sunny skies of Anaheim, California. A class act throughout his time with the Canadiens, Koivu will be rem...

Parise Eyes Richard Trophy

He won’t say it in front of the rest of the press, but he is eyeing that scoring leader title currently held by Alexander Ovechkin. I could tell…he was waiting for me to ask the question about his two goals and...

Rangers Take Prague By Storm

For the Tampa Bay Lightning, it was a miserable game. “We’re looking to make a perfect play,” Tampa Bay’s coach Barry Melrose told the press after the game. “And the New York Rangers don’t look to make a perfec...

Rangers Take Game One In Prague

My Saturday morning started off fresh and early, right about the time those of you on the East Coast were probably just getting to bed or were already asleep. It was game day and I had two game day practices to...