NHL Week in Review (November 3-9)

The Ottawa Senators were in the midst of the fallout for a conversation in an Uber showcasing that these players are always under the microscope.

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.

2015-16 NHL Preview: Pacific Division

The Pacific Division is one of the most interesting in the NHL ever since it was put together two years ago.

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.

NHL Week in Review (May 11-17)

Another round is in the books for the NHL playoffs and four teams remain taking one step closer to the ultimate prize. In the east there was plenty of surprise with the Pittsburgh Penguins falling to the New York Rangers thanks in large part to Henrik Lundqvist. The surprise would not stop there though as the team many believed to be the Stanley Cup favourites in the Boston Bruins would fall to their longtime rivals. The Montreal Canadiens would take the win in the series and find themselves paired with the Rangers for the third round in a matchup of two underdogs with only one coming out on top.

NHL Week in Review (April 20-26)

The playoffs are in full swing with few teams already getting their walking papers for the season. There are many series still going on but then Tampa Bay Lightning and Detroit Red Wings are heading home for another offseason after being beat by the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins. Now these two teams will get ready to take on each other in a classic rivalry series that is sure to be a good one.

NHL Week in Review (Nov. 13-19)

The NHL has always been a different league than most as it expresses the virtues of frontier justice. The NHL has always been a league that takes out their indiscretions on the ice through the physicality of the game. This is the basis of fighting in the NHL as fighting has been a way to solve issues on the ice between the two tough guys or one tough guy and the cause of the problem.

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