NHL Week in Review (December 29-January 4)

The HL All-Star game is approaching and with the game comes the constant debate of how worthwhile the game is and a decision by a star this week brought more to one side of the debate.

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NHL Week in Review (April 29-May 5)

The NHL Playoffs continue and as the playoffs move on the role players on every team look to help boost their teams without stepping over the line, although they sometimes step over those lines.

NHL Week in Review (April 8-14)

The playoffs are here and with the playoffs comes increased intensity and intense scrutiny, something that a few teams and players have figured out already.

2017-18 NHL Preview: Central Division

The central Division is always a big battle as all seen teams can have a tough time but that makes this division so exciting as there are a lot of good teams all fighting for playoff spots making this one of the biggest battles of the division.

NHL Week in Review (April 10-16)

The NHL Playoffs are here and they will be a true test of the age-old battle between offence and defence as some teams try to prove that offence can win championships.

2016 NHL Playoff Preview

The NHL playoffs are here and the best part of the NHL season is set to begin as the eastern conference looks to break the streak and the western conference looks to unseat the champions.

2015-16 NHL Preview: Central Division

The NHL’s Western Conference has been the one to beat for a number of years as the last four champions have come from the west.

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.

HHOF Profile: Mike Modano

Hockey is Canada’s game and it always has been with more Canadians in the league than all other countries combined. They represent 54% of the league make-up in terms of nationalities with every other country representing the 46%. One nationality stands out among the non-Canadians though as the USA represents 20% of the league and that number continues to grow. Hockey in the FSA is growing and it continues to make headway despite a handful of teams having trouble staying alive.

NHL Week in Review (October 12-18)

This past week the Florida Panthers set a record that nobody wants to set, especially not a struggling franchise. They had an all-time low in attendance when they faced-off against the Ottawa Senators this week. As the teams came out on the ice for warm-ups there was a significant amount of empty seats. As the game began there was not a lot of change to the numbers with a total attendance of 7,311.

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