Atlantic Division

Could the Tampa Bay Lightning Win the Cup?

It’s an odd thing.  Watching the Rangers allow 15 goals in three meetings with the Tampa Bay Lightning this season.  Weren’t the Rangers just in the Stanley Cup Final? And what about Henrik Lundqvist?  Since...

Ducks Best B’s

The twins were split up! That was the big news on Saturday as the Ducks went down 5-1 against San Jose after dropping a weak and uncoordinated effort to Chicago on Friday last. The reason Getzlaf and Perry were...

Familiar Faces Send Rangers Over Habs

NEW YORK – Many of the same cast of characters that sent the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final last spring sent them to this season’s quarter pole in convincing fashion. Martin St. Louis, who scored the overt...

Isles Down Bolts 5-2 With Help of Fourth Line

The New York Islanders depth proved to be the difference in their 5-2 win over the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday night at the Nassau Coliseum. A shorthanded goal by Cal Clutterbuck and a clinching ta...

Callahan, Boyle, Stralman Revel in Return

NEW YORK – The release of the NHL schedule over the summer was met by an unusual amount of anticipation by Lightning forward Ryan Callahan. The former Rangers captain quickly flipped through his team’s slate...

Angelidis Leads Crunch to Big Win Over Bears

By Andrew Grella (SYRACUSE, N.Y) - The Syracuse Crunch may have played its best game of hockey this season against the Hershey Bears on Friday night. Hershey drew first blood early in the first period, but it t...

Panthers Pass Test One

Hockey in Florida. Dumb idea, right? Well, people often say so. Except that each team from the state has been in the Stanley Cup Final, one a winner (Tampa Bay) and the other a loser (Florida). Now here the two...

Seth Griffith Becoming Viable Scoring Option in Boston

Going into the 2014-2015 season one of the Boston Bruins biggest holes was the first line right wing across from center David Krejci. They had lost Jarome Iginla, who signed a three year deal with the Colorado ...