NHL Week in Review (April 22-28)

When the NHL re-organized they made a big change to the playoff format that was meant to grow the game but instead it has forced some matchups to happen earlier than expected.

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NHL Week in Review (March 18-24)

The NHL season is about to end and as teams continue to solidify their spots int he playoffs others are looking towards the offseason which includes the draft and that top pick.

NHL Week in Review (February 11-17)

The NHL is heading into their final stretch but as the playoff run approaches a few teams that were expected to be in the thick of things have fallen off completely.

NHL Week in Review (December 17-23)

The NHL continues to talk about expansion and that only becomes easier as the latest expansion team finds a way to have success in a non-traditional market giving plenty of hoe for other teams.

2017-18 NHL Preview: Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Division is one of the biggest division in the league and that is largely due to the fact that there are more eyes on these team than any other in the NHL putting plenty of pressure to compete on every team in the division.

NHL Week in Review (October 12-15)

The youth movement in the NHL continues to take over and opening night in 2016 showed that in a big way with great performances from young superstars.

2015-16 NHL Preview: Atlantic Division

There is no division that has more scrutiny than that of the Atlantic Division where some of the biggest names and teams in the league reside.

NHL Week in Review (February 8-14)

The NHL is set to begin the most important part of the regular season as the trade deadline approaches and marks the true beginning of the playoff race. It is the most exciting time in the regular season as teams look for their shot at the Stanley Cup. The competition is that much more when the playoff race begins as everyone knows the stakes have been raised. With the race coming close February becomes a positioning race as teams look to make improvements and get themselves in the right position before they start the playoff race already out of contention.

NHL Week in Review (October 26-November 1)

The NHL has reached their first suedo-deadline of the season as it was time for the teams to make a decision on their young talent. Throughout the last few years young talent has been the key for many teams in making a difference. With the rise of the 20-somethings the league has become younger and a great young player can change everything about a team. The debate over whether to keep a young player in the league or send him back has become tougher and tougher every year with more young players having an impact.

2014-15 NHL Preview: Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Division is a mix of some of the best teams and some of the worst teams in the NHL as the division is one of the hardest to figure out. On one end of the spectrum lies the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Montreal Canadiens. These three teams have proven to be some of the most talented teams in the league over the last few years. The Bruins are the team that leads the pack with one of the best combinations of skill and toughness that make them a true contender in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Meanwhile the Lightning and Canadiens have been built with skill in mind as both are loaded with offensive talent although the toughness has suffered on both of the teams.

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