Nils Lundkvist Trade Review

Via Frank Franklin II The New York Rangers traded Nils Lundkvist to the Dallas Stars in exchange for a 2023 conditional first round pick, and a 2025 conditional fourth round pick. Nils Lundkvist was the former 28th overall selection in 2018, and is a highly touted defensive prospect. The conditions for the first round pickContinue reading “Nils Lundkvist Trade Review”

Hurricanes Announce 2022-23 Training Camp Roster

Via NHL.com The Carolina Hurricanes released their 2022-23 training camp today. The roster is comprised of 47 skaters and six goaltenders. The full roster can be found here. Although the roster isn’t full of too many surprises, there are still a few very important things to note. The most interesting being that Hurricanes defenseman JakeContinue reading “Hurricanes Announce 2022-23 Training Camp Roster”

Winnipeg Jets Shake Up Their Leadership Group

Via Jetsnation.ca September 16, 2022 is the day a new era began for the Winnipeg Jets. The results of this change could go both ways. Is it a promising change for the team or will it hinder their progression? Only time will tell. Since 2016, Winnipeg Jets forward Blake Wheeler has been captain of theContinue reading “Winnipeg Jets Shake Up Their Leadership Group”

Stamkos’ Multiple Potential Plateaus Headline NHL’s Milestones for 2022-23 Campaign

Via Getty Images A big hit last year, we looked at some possible milestones NHLers could hit. Whether it was 500 goals, 1,000 games played, or 1,000 points, Some NHLers hit their milestones, some didn’t. Here, we’ll look at some potential plateaus leading into next season? Ovechkin Chases 800, while Stamkos Closes in on 500Continue reading “Stamkos’ Multiple Potential Plateaus Headline NHL’s Milestones for 2022-23 Campaign”

Everything You Need to Know About Nils Lundkvist, and Reviewing Mock Trades

Via NHL.com The Rangers are trying to trade Swedish defensive prospect, Nils Lundkvist, ahead of training camp, so let’s see what type of player he is, and what teams could use him. Who is Nils Lundkvist? Nils Lundkvist was drafted 28th overall in 2018. A highly touted prospect when he was drafted near the endContinue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Nils Lundkvist, and Reviewing Mock Trades”

What to make of the Ryan Murray signing?

Via TheDenverPost The Edmonton Oilers announced Friday that they have signed Ryan Murray to a one year contract. Murray, coming off a Stanley Cup championship with the Colorado Avalanche, will add a depth presence to the Oilers blue-line. From @NHL_Sid who covers the Oilers at Oilersnation, he isn’t the best Rush Defender at all andContinue reading “What to make of the Ryan Murray signing?”

Turbulence Ahead: Free Agent Fits (Winnipeg Jets)

Via NHL.com The 2022-23 season is about to get under way. Training camps open in short order. Preseason play around the NHL starts September 24th, with the Winnipeg Jets opening their preseason the following night in Edmonton vs. the Oilers on September 25th. Unhappy, unsettled Winnipeg Jets fans seem to be hoping for more activityContinue reading “Turbulence Ahead: Free Agent Fits (Winnipeg Jets)”

Joe Thornton Appears Unlikely to Return to Panthers for 2022-23 Season

Via Jasen Vinlove (USA TODAY Sports) NHL legend and current Florida Panthers winger, Joe Thornton seems to have moved on from his time within Florida’s organization. Thornton’s wife, Tabea, posted a message of goodbye on her Instagram last Wednesday. “South Florida, I loved our time together! This break-up hurts and I will miss you,” –Continue reading “Joe Thornton Appears Unlikely to Return to Panthers for 2022-23 Season”

Top 10 performances from the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup: Part Two

Via Erica Perreaux // Hockey Canada Welcome back to the second edition of the top 10 performances from the 2022-23 Hlinka-Gretzky cup. In the first part, we went over our picks numbered 10-6. Today, we will take a look at the top five players that impressed us the most from the highly touted tournament. Enjoy!Continue reading “Top 10 performances from the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup: Part Two”

Josh Leivo: Low Risk, High Reward

Via Marie Sorvin of USA Today It has been a very interesting offseason, not only across the entire NHL, but especially for the St. Louis Blues and General Manager Doug Armstrong. There have been some good parts, but there have been too many bad parts. Most Blues fans focus on the big moves of theContinue reading “Josh Leivo: Low Risk, High Reward”