NHL Week in Review (November 10-16)

The NHL took another hit this week when an arbitrator reduced another suspension giving the players more ammo when talking about discipline in the league and the involvement of the commissioner.

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NHL Week in Review (March 4-10)

The NHL is racing towards the playoffs and every team is looking to clinch a spot by finishing their season on a good run with momentum on their side.

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 (October 11-17)

It is a sore spot for the NHL to talk about since the revelations over the last few years in the sports world.

NHL Week in Review (March 22-28)

The NHL wishes that they could focus on what is always one of the most exciting parts of the regular season. The league is trying to focus on what is shaping up as a great fight for the playoffs as there are plenty of spots ready for teams to take in the 2015 playoffs.

NHL Week in Review (February 15-21)

The ugly side of the NHL arose once again this week as another death took a former player too soon. Steve Montador is the type of player that seems to fit the bill in these cases as a player that was never exceptionally great but good enough to play in the NHL. He was not necessarily a tough guy but he was a tough defenceman that was never at the top of the scoring charts but had a great stay-at-home game that many defenceman don’t have in this age.

2013 Year in Review (This Year’s Top Canadian Stories)

Canadian sports have been nailed down to one season and one sport and has been this way for years. The Canadians have never been considered a summer sport nation and have seen hockey as the true Canadian sport. This has been the case for decades with Canadians taking ownership of hockey and winter sports as their own and using it as a sense of pride.

NHL Week in Review (November 24-30)

Concussions in sports have taken the majority of headlines for the last few years as it has been the focus of every contact sport. The rise in concussion awareness has come about because of one simple factor. Concussions are a lot less of a mystery now than it was in the past as studies have been done on the affects that repeated head trauma can have. The issues of former football players and former hockey players have been seen more and more throughout the last few years.

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