NOTE: This blog was written after game 5. Though just now made the home screen.
Sorry, but not sorry.
Dominique Ducharme still needs to go. His failure to play the kids in lieu of veterans who will have no bearing on this team after the season is beyond crazy.
From game one he had fans collectively scratching their heads at him holding out Kotkaniemi, Romanov and Caulfield. There was, a... Read More »
It was announced today that the Canadiens will not be taking to the ice until at the earliest March 30th. While it goes without saying that it is the express desire of all that Montreal return to play as soon as possible, none would agree more than their GM Marc Bergevin.
Bergevin was spared having to watch his team play against the Oilers with key players missing. Yet bountiful as this may hav... Read More »
No love or attention to some interesting teams, players and events these days. So here they are:
1) THE PANTHERS
Apparently Florida is only known for the Tampa Bay Lightning and Disney land. There is no such team named after the state. I really don't know what needs to be done for people to talk about them. They are off to their best start historically. Barkov and Huberdeau are both playing... Read More »
Hextall was brought in as the Pittsburgh GM to right the ship due to his experience in building winners. The logic of ownership being that Hextall knows how to build a team up and Pittsburgh desperately needing it.
It's a match made in heaven as years of cup-chasing and draft pick splurges have left Pittsburgh in hockey purgatory. Good enough maybe for a 7th-10th spot, but nothing more than th... Read More »
Posted January 30, 2021
We are almost a quarter into the season and it already has been filled with drama, heroes and zeros, and a ton of surprises.
Let's take a look at them:
[u][b]1) MARC ANDRE FLEURY[/b][/u]
After all the talk this off-season about potentially dealing him, he has had a great start to the season. It's only been three games played for him but he is sitting at:
3-0-0 1.0 GAA SV% .951 1 S... Read More »