There is nothing quite so romanticized in hockey as the frozen pond — playing outdoors, the fog of breath hanging in the air, snow falling as ruddy-cheeked lads battle the elements and each other in a game that nature grants them only during those long, cold weeks of short days. But is the NHL’s romance … Continue reading NHL Outdoors: A Classic Case Of Burnout?
Free agency in the NHL began on Saturday, July 1st and did not disappoint the fans. The Kings signed Cammalleri, Hanzal signed with the Stars, and Murphy ended up signing with the Wild. But, perhaps one of the biggest trades included Kevin Shattenkirk and the New York Rangers. Shattenkirk moved around a bit since first … Continue reading Shattenkirk Is Back In New York
March 1st: the NHL trade deadline grows closer as mid-February is about to hit. Many teams are currently looking for vulnerable players to add depth or skill to their team. Teams hoping to get into the playoff picture including the Florida Panthers, Dallas Stars, New York Islanders, and more are looking over many players. But teams … Continue reading NHL Trade Deadline: The Bait