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Thursday April 17, 2014
freelancer writes...

The Brand New Third Line

Posted 12:21 PM ET | Comments 5
Well another season has come and gone. Another lottery finish, another season of failed expectations. Now comes every Oiler fans favourite part of the year. Summer. Hope is in the air and all of us armchair GM's can tinker, trade, and sign whomever we choose to improve this team.The Oilers top 6 currently looks like this going into next year: Hall-Nugent Hopkins-EberleP...
Filed Under: Oilers   UFA  
Wednesday April 16, 2014
The NHL Playoffs are back again! Wednesday night kicks off the start of the playoffs once again in the NHL. The new NHL format has created some very good match ups in the first round of the playoffs, and are likely to create more great match ups as the playoffs move on.Sixteen teams have earned their spot in the playoffs with one goal in mind: to win the Stanley Cup. Her...
Filed Under: NHL   Playoffs   Draft   Sabres   Panthers   Bruins   Avalanche  
Flash4 writes...

Is It Really Miller Time?

Posted 1:31 PM ET | Comments 1
rnrnrnrnrnRyan Miller has a reputation of being an all-star goaltender, and was part of a trade this year that sent him from Buffalo to St. Louis. St. Louis wanted better goaltending in an attempt to complete a team that is making a serious run at the Stanley Cup.rnrnBlues GM Doug Armstrong said at the time, “It may only be a 5 or 6 percent upgrade, but it’s an upgrad...
Tuesday April 15, 2014
cimini9 writes...

Leafs Free Agent Decisions

Posted 10:15 PM ET | Comments 6
You can follow me on twitter @jcimms9After the leafs disappointing end to the season, they must quickly make decisions on the 11 players set to become FA ’s on July 1.I think we will see be a big turnover this year with most of the Maple Leafs free agents either walking or being traded. With the core of the team set for the forseeable future, I believe if Leafs manag...
Filed Under: Leafs   Free Agents   Toronto   Maple Leafs  
Sunday April 13, 2014
Hey guys, to commemorate this crazy season I will be doing a few top lists. First addressing the obvious problems. I'm running them 10-1 but they aren't necessarily in that order. Just doing them as they come to mind.................10. The absence of Terry Pegula. We've become of accustom to Mr Pegula being absent when the team isn't playing well. But for a guy who initia...
Filed Under: draft   nhl   Sabres  
Thursday April 10, 2014
Tdog21 writes...

Breathe In, Breathe Out

Posted 5:41 PM ET | Comments 1
Thursday April 10th 2014rnrnBreathe in, Breathe out.rnA Senators fan ’s thoughts on what many are calling a disappointing Season.rnrn On Sunday, the 2013/2014 campaign will come to an end for the Ottawa Senators. This season came with great expectations, many of which were not met. From my perspective as a Sens fan, this season was Agony. We were constantly taunted with f...
Filed Under: Senators   Melnyk   Ottawa   Travis Yost   Spezza  
Wednesday April 9, 2014
ajm7719 writes...

Future of the Blueline

Posted 11:57 AM ET | Comments 0
For years the Flyers farm system has been viewed as one of the more weaker ones in the NHL. Part of the reason for this has been impatience with player development and jettisoning them for a proven veteran who only provides a few years of service versus an entire career. This has left the cupboard dry in recent years and have left many questioning the Flyers future. In goa...
Filed Under: Flyers  
Monday April 7, 2014
Hall Fan writes...

Oilers Off Season

Posted 2:37 PM ET | Comments 7
There is a lot of disagreement as to what the Oilers should do during the off season. There are some people that would like to see one of the young stars traded for so other star. Realistically, these trades are not that common.Sometimes you will see a young prospect that is under performing (Paajarvi is an example) be traded for a player who had concussion problems ...
Filed Under: Edmonton   Eakins   MacT   Lowe   UFA   trade   draft   oilers  
Sunday April 6, 2014
As the end of one of the worst seasons in the history of the Buffalo Sabres comes to a close, once again I start to wonder what the future holds. Like many other Buffalo fans I am optimistic in the offseason. It ’s a chance to dream of a brighter future. One where the possibility of winning the Stanley Cup is attainable. After witnessing the struggles of this past year, a...
Filed Under: NHL   Sabres  
Yeah, I get it, the Pens are the most injured team in the NHL, and that continued with the news that Olli Maata and Jussi Jokinen joined the ranked of injured Penguins players. I also fully understand that the Penguins are post season bound, locked into the #2 seed in east, winning the ridiculously-named Metropolitan division. BUT..... There is absolutely no excuse for t...
Filed Under: #Penguins   #playoffs   # lethargy  
Over the past week the Ducks went 2-1 during a 3 game homestand. Despite the Ducks winning ways all 3 games showed that the Ducks have some serious issues to work out before the playoffs begin. As the regular season winds down the Ducks need to focus on playing well. Not necessarily the best they've been all season, but they do need to be playing well and giving a full 60 ...
Tuesday April 1, 2014
Consequence writes...

Coincidence or Destiny?

Posted 5:21 PM ET | Comments 0
Rewind forty seven years to that fateful day in 1967 when local business man Ed Snider forked up two million dollars to the National Hockey League to bring the Canadian Game of Hockey to the city of brotherly love.The expansion draft would serve as the the beginning of the Flyers identity with Snider and Co. drafting what other's would call the league's throwaways, misf...
Filed Under: Flyers  
Thursday March 27, 2014
March 27It has been a while. There really has not been much to talk about, except watching the Toronto Maple Leafs revert to a team who plays with little clue of how to play the game of hockey. The team refuses to keep things simple. They have also tuned coach Randy Carlyle out completely.It has also become very evident that the seven year extension for pseudo-captain...
“And lastly I’ll say that there’s one other guy in hockey today that is still working in the game that has won more Stanley Cups than me. So I think I know a little bit about winning, if there’s ever a concern.”Almost one year ago Lowe threw up that line onto reporters microphones, thereby providing ammunition for them and everyone else to take aim at in the fu...
Filed Under: Flames   Oilers   Lowe   Katz  
The Phoenix Coyotes sent a major message to the rest of the league on Tuesday - don't count us out. Most analysts had already stamped the Coyote's ticket to the offseason. Why wouldn't they? The Coyotes have been playing with fire lately, particularly with their inability to play a full 60 minutes of hockey. After blowing leads to both Boston and New York, not to mention l...
Filed Under: Coyotes   Phoenix   Thomas Greiss   Mike Smith   playoffs  

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