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Predators Reloading with Prospects

NHL teams must keep moving forward despite many of the obstacles that the current Covid-19 pandemic has caused with the suspension of the current season.  The Nashville Predators are working on developing the future of their organization and have a number of top prospects ready to put on a Predators uniform down the road.

Will Bowness be back in Dallas?

The 2019-2020 season has been turbulent and outright traumatic for many head coaches as eight organizations fired their team heads through the season suspension.  Many of these head coaches have been very successful in their NHL careers and some firings still have fans scratching their heads as to why their team boss was removed.

Retro Rangers: Pavelich Paid the Price

In February 1980, Mark Pavelich was sitting on top of the world as a key member of the US Hockey team that won the Gold Medal in the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York. He then went on to be an unlikely s...

In What Direction Are the Predators Headed?

The Nashville Predators have been fighting all season long to find their team identity and push forward to make a playoff run.  The Predators have dealt with head coaching changes, a sluggish offense, uncertainty on the blue line and were largely silent at the NHL trade deadline.

Penguins Helping Community During Pandemic

It’s only been a couple of weeks since Kris Letang scored into an empty net to ice the Penguins’ 5-2 win over the New Jersey Devils on March 10. That win, led by season MVP Evgeni Malkin and including contri...

The Legend of Zdeno Chara

At 43-years-old, Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara is not only the oldest defenseman in the National Hockey League, but also the oldest active player in its entirety.And he is just getting older… Chara turns 43 today, March 18. But despite his age, Chara is playing at a level as if he is years younger.

Stars Face Fight to Reach Playoffs When NHL Resumes

Prior to the suspension of the NHL season due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Dallas Stars went from being in control of their own playoff destiny to being in danger of not making the Stanley Cup playoffs if/when the NHL resumes play.

What A Waste

In a time of uncertainty, the Boston Bruins were reassuring everybody why they were the team to beat in the National Hockey League for the 2019-20 season. For starters, the Bruins currently sit at the top of...

The Game that Was, and Was Again

It was the game that was. And was again. February 11th, the St.  Louis Blues visited Anaheim, but if you look up the Ducks/Blues stat sheets for that date, there will be nothing. Only there was something—a game...

For Bruins, Chemistry Means More Than Stats

The Boston Bruins currently sit at the top of the NHL standings. Their performance on the ice has succeeded everyone's expectations. By looking at players statistics in every position and the role that every player has, it would not be difficult to see why they will finish with their third straight 100 point season.