NHL Week in Review (May 27-June 2)

The Stanley Cup Finals are underway and the two stars leading the way are under a microscope with one performing better than the other after three games.

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2018 Stanley Cup Finals Preview

The Stanley Cup Finals will feature two important players on either side of the ice who can’t win by themselves but will be important to a potential win as they look to go out and prove something to the hockey world.

NHL Week in Review (April 15-21)

It is a common factor in the Playoffs every year as the teams that can go far are the teams that have a goaltender who can steal games for his team, and everyone is looking for that guy.

2017 Expansion Draft Preview

The NHL is looking to find that delicate balance of making their newest team competitive without taking away from the other 30 teams as the NHL Expansion Draft introduces a brand new group to launch a new era in professional sports in Las Vegas.

NHL Week in Review (May 14-20)

The NHL Playoffs play head to head against the NBA Playoffs but the two conference finals are going slightly differently showing that the NHL is a league of parity.

2017 IIHF World Championship Report (Day 5)

The reinforcements could be on their way for more than a few teams as the second round of the NHL playoffs is about to end making more players available to travel to the World Championships.

NHL Week in Review (May 15-21)

The NHL playoffs always leads to some major decisions and one of the biggest is who will play in net which can sink a team if the wrong decision is made.

NHL Week in Review (November 2-8)

The NHL has long been a secondary league in the USA with pockets of great fans being overshadowed by the rest of the league being viewed as lesser. It has been the constant struggle for the NHL in trying to get the league to work everywhere rather than just a few spots. The biggest concern is the fact that a number of teams are losing money regularly in the USA and that is holding the league back. After posting profits in the last few years the NHL sees a lot left on the table that could make them a bigger force in the USA and therefore a bigger member of the Big Four.

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.

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.

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