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31 Wacky Predictions

Posted November 22, 2020
As I get my self acquainted with this new NHL I am taking a page out of Ek's book and writing some wacky predictions I think will happen this year (or like I am sure a lot of people are saying next year). I have never covered the entire league like this before. Hope you enjoy! To be clear, with in these predictions I am working in a frame work that there will be 4 divisions including a Canadi... Read More »

Mind Shift

Posted October 13, 2020
It's a boring slog to watch but finally there is a mind shift with the pick ups the Maple Leafs have made. They're notable enough to have me make this blog. They're not flashy or huge and they may not be perfect but the additions of Jimmy Vesey, Joey Anderson, and Travis Boyd is a big shift. I say that because the fact the words "inconsistent" or "needs to shoot more" or "needs work in his own zon... Read More »
With a changing mindset for teams around the league looking to get "tougher" I took a dive through the NHL Free Agents and picked out those who will add some toughness, energy, and work ethic to the teams they may end up on. This is not speculation to go to any team. Just a fun little dive. Forwards Corey Perry Patrick Maroon Riley Sheahan Nick Cousins Justin Abdelkader Kyle Clifford... Read More »

Why I think Columbus is Legit!

Posted April 17, 2014
As I was listening to the new and improved Hockeybuzzcast and hearing the sparkling reviews and praise for the Columbus Blue Jackets especially from Josh Rimer. I knew I had to check this series out. Now, even though the Blue Jackets couldn't put together a full 60 minute effort and come out on top in this game, I was thoroughly impressed. And for a lot of reasons I thought it could have wen... Read More »
This is a plea to the supporters of all the teams trailing in their series. rnInstead of saying we just stayed alive in the series, it should be: our team forces game 6, game 7. Instead of struggling to keep up with the other team, it should be: our team is about to exploit their weaknesses. Instead of blaming and focusing on a single mistake, it should be our responsibility to believe in the str... Read More »


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