2015-16 NHL Preview: Metropolitan Division

The Metropolitan Division is still a young one after the re-organization brought some of the biggest markets into one division.

2014-15 NHL Preview: Metropolitan Division

The Metropolitan Division does not have the most popular name in the NHL as many did not like it when the NHL announced the new division last year. Yet there is no other name that could describe this division any better. It is exactly that, a Metropolitan division with some of the biggest cities in the NHL in the division. New York is represented with their two teams alongside New Jersey from across the Hudson. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia also have their cities represented in the division.

NHL Week in Review (January 5-11)

The Sochi Olympics are just a few weeks away and as the world watches Sochi for the Olympics one event will stand out. The hockey tournament at the Olympics has been the premier event of every Winter Olympics and a large part has been the involvement of the NHL. The league will take two weeks off as their players travel to Sochi and play for their countries and although the fans and players love it the time off could be the last time ever for the NHL.

2013-14 NHL Preview: Metropolitan Division (Part 2)

The Newest name division might not have a name that rolls off of the tongue but it is pretty accurate. The Metropolitan Division is just that as it features some of the biggest markets in the NHL. It may not have the Maple Leafs or the Canadiens but the size of the cities that love hockey in this division are much bigger. It will feature two states that have some of the biggest followings in the game while also including some of the largest Eastern cities.

NHL Week in Review (Dec. 11-17)

The biggest story in the NHL for the past three years has been the issue of concussions in the NHL. The league has attempted to stop the concussions by taking a firm stand against head shots and illegal hits. With Brendan Shanahan at the helm of the NHL discipline increase the suspensions have increase and the NHL began making progress on eliminating dangerous hits.

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