NHL Week in Review (January 11-17)

It’s that time of year again in the NHL as the All-Star break is here after two years without the game. There have only been two games in the last five years as the NHL tries to get back to normal for the first time in a long time. In 2010 it was the Olympics that cancelled the game while 2013 saw the game become a casualty to the lockout and 2014 saw another Olympics eliminate the break. For many that is absolutely fine as the All-Star game is one of the more polarizing events in the NHL.

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NHL Week in Review (Jan. 29 – Feb. 4)

The unofficial halfway point of the season and original Winter Classic was much of the same thing we had all seen before. The NHL All-Star game was a display of offence as it usually is with the defences taking a break for the game. This year the two teams earned a following as well with the NHL All-Star draft creating an obvious separation.

NHL Week in Review (Jan. 22-28)

The All-Star game is a long standing tradition in professional sports as every league looks to showcase the talent in their ranks. It seems like a great idea and also seems to be something that most people would want to watch but that is not the case. The All-Star game is one of the strangest pieces of professional sports simply because it is one of the least popular aspects of a season.

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