NHL Playoff Report: First Round

The first round of the playoffs saw the two best teams in the league get eliminated early with little fight allowing the two final wild card teams to head to the second round.

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NHL Week in Review (January 12-18)

The NHL and NHLPA made the decision this week to cancel the 2020 World Cup of Hockey in what could be a signal for the upcoming opt-out dates for both sides in the CBA.

NHL Week in Review (December 8-14)

The NHL is heading towards a new important date for the calendar as the roster freeze is coming and it is becoming a secondary trade deadline for teams looking to add some extra talent before the new year.

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.

NHL Week in Review (February 25-March 3)

Gary Bettman took a trip to Calgary and made comments regarding the health of the Flames but when it comes to the worst teams he never seems to want to talk about it despite their many struggles.

NHL Week in Review (January 7-13)

The age wars continue throughout every league as the young generation continues to rise and the older players begin to find themselves on the outskirts as the one holdover in trying to prove of life over 40 doesn’t seem to be in it for much longer.

NHL Week in Review (December 31-January 6)

Coaching can be a tough gig as the balance between pushing players and pushing them too far is very thin with plenty of coaches taking very different approaches to motivating their team.

NHL Week in Review (October 15-21)

The NHL had a little focus on a small election up North as a political decision was going to have a lasting effect on the future of a team in Canada even if it isn’t as big of a political decision as many in the USA.

NHL Week in Review (October 4-7)

The NHL season is underway and the overreaction is already starting as teams and players that have started well are receiving a lot of new love after only their first few games.

2017-18 NHL Preview: Pacific Division

The Pacific Division will certainly be a division with a lot of eyes on it as the California teams still fight it out and try to get back to the top while the Alberta teams look for a resurgence and the newest team tries to make an impression.

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