This is the second part of my rankings for Canada's best hockey players by position. I posted earlier my rankings for Canada's top 32 forwards and now it's time to rank the defense and the goalies going into the 2014 olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Canada has great depth on the blueline and in my opinion a changing of the guard so to speak. With Neidermayer retired and Chris Pronger likely done the... Read More »
With the closing of the 2012 summer games comes the passing of the torch and the countdown to the winter olympics in Sochi 2014. With the winter olympics hockey fans will get to see the greatest hockey tournament every four four years. The NHL's best players representing their country vying for Olympic gold.
Being a canadian winning gold in mens ice hockey means everything. It's best on best on... Read More »
It's that time of year once again. As each day passes we get closer to the NHL trade deadline. This is where the majority of teams make some of the worse trades in a hope to hoist the cup. The team selling most often does much better this time of year because they stock pile prospects and or picks for the future. An example of this would be the Flyers acquiring Braydon Coburn for Alexei Zhitnik. S... Read More »
The flyers currently sit fourth in the Eastern Confrence. After an off season full of changes which resulted in two of their top players exit the organization that called them corner stones of the franchise. The changes made were to establish a position in which the flyers have struggled since Ron Hextall. The panic of the flyers front office to finally get a legitimate number one goalie after bei... Read More »