The Emergence of Brandon Montour During Aaron Ekblad’s Absence

Via During Aaron Ekblad’s absence due to a lower body injury suffered in late October, the Panthers defense core has had to step up in big ways. Younger guys like Gustav Forsling and Josh Mahura, as well as veterans Radko Gudas and Marc Staal have helped the Panthers stay afloat without their #1 defenseman,Continue reading “The Emergence of Brandon Montour During Aaron Ekblad’s Absence”

State of the Canes; how the team looks one month into the season

We are a little over one month into the season, and after 19 games, the state of the Hurricanes remains unclear. One night they play to their potential and look like a bonafide contender, and, on another, their offense looks bare and the powerplay sucks the life out of the team. Taking a look atContinue reading “State of the Canes; how the team looks one month into the season”

The Oilers are in Trouble

Via Sportsnet Sigh. This article will be quite shorter than my usual ones. There’s a lot to talk about but to summarize, the Edmonton Oilers are not good enough. No matter how unworldly performances Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl are currently having, this organization is still barely over .500 in years eight and nine ofContinue reading “The Oilers are in Trouble”

Tampa Bay Lightning Season/October Overview

Via Coming off of two unorthodox campaigns through the 2019-20 and 2020-21 NHL seasons, the Bolts strive to repeat their success of the past two seasons. Coming up just short, the dynasty is still alive. Losing in the Stanley Cup Final to the Colorado Avalanche, does not defeat the “underdog mentality” that the BoltsContinue reading “Tampa Bay Lightning Season/October Overview”

The Sabres’ Power Play is Struggling – Here’s Why and Some Potential Fixes

Via Micheline Veluvolu While the Sabres have had a fine start to the season, and a 4-3 record to show for it, the power play is an exception. That unit is ranked 24th in the NHL, converting chances at a 15.38% clip. The last time the Sabres had a good power play was the 2016-17Continue reading “The Sabres’ Power Play is Struggling – Here’s Why and Some Potential Fixes”

Anaheim Ducks: Top Picks for Your Fantasy Hockey Season

via Puck Prose Fantasy hockey: Where you and your friends enter a league and try to show each-other who knows the most about the sport of hockey through a draft, signings, and trades on a virtual league. Some NHL teams have players who warrant getting chosen early in the draft, others have sleepers, a termContinue reading “Anaheim Ducks: Top Picks for Your Fantasy Hockey Season”

A Quick Glance at the Oilers Slow Start

Via Is it too early to panic five games into the season? Most likely. It’s typical in Oilers Country to do so. To start off the season, the Oilers have a record of 2-3-0. Certainly, not the start one was expecting them to have, but what caused this so far? There are a fewContinue reading “A Quick Glance at the Oilers Slow Start”

Canucks Rough Start: Time to Panic?

Via GettyImages The Vancouver Canucks began their season on a tough road trip. Starting the season against the Edmonton Oilers, Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Minnesota Wild before their home opener, was going to be brutal from multiple viewpoints. After the first three games, the Canucks are 0-3-0 and all three lossesContinue reading “Canucks Rough Start: Time to Panic?”

Winnipeg Jets: New Guys & Player Notes

Via Week one of the 2022-23 season, we are seeing a few new faces and some prospects trying to solidify their spots in the Winnipeg Jets lineup. Lets go over some. Sam Gagner Signed a one year, $750 000 contract on September 2, 2022. Played 81 games for the Detroit Red Wings last seasonContinue reading “Winnipeg Jets: New Guys & Player Notes”

The State of the Devils – An Overreaction of Two Games

Via TheScore After suffering two defeats by the score of 5-2 at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers and Detroit Red Wings, fans of the New Jersey Devils are left with much to be desired. Offseason Overview The offseason held some promising moves for Devils General Manager, Tom Fitzgerald. They’d start off by drafting SlovakianContinue reading “The State of the Devils – An Overreaction of Two Games”