NHL Week in Review (November 5-11)

This week saw the end of one of the longest drawn out dramas in the NHL as MattDuchene was finally traded after almost a year of trying to come up with some trade and the trade that came could be a win for everyone, eventually.

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NHL Week in Review (October 29-November 4)

The Montreal Canadiens are struggling and in a city that doesn’t accept losing things might have to turn around soon for a number of people to keep their jobs.

NHL Week in Review (October 22-28)

The NHL won’t be headed to the Olympics in February and some fans got a peak of what that means with Team Canada releasing their roster for the Karjala Cup showing what the Olympic roster might look like.

NHL Week in Review (October 15-21)

The NHL had a little focus on a small election up North as a political decision was going to have a lasting effect on the future of a team in Canada even if it isn’t as big of a political decision as many in the USA.

NHL Week in Review (October 8-14)

The Winnipeg Jets saw controversy this week but it was just a sign of the times and the fact that many watching don’t want to see their major investments do much else but play hockey.

NHL Week in Review (October 4-7)

The NHL season is underway and the overreaction is already starting as teams and players that have started well are receiving a lot of new love after only their first few games.

2017-18 NHL Preview: Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Division is one of the biggest division in the league and that is largely due to the fact that there are more eyes on these team than any other in the NHL putting plenty of pressure to compete on every team in the division.

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 (Off-Season)

The NHL Off-Season is set to begin and one aspect of this year’s off-season will become a major factor in every decision made throughout the off-season for all 30 teams in the league.

NHL Week in Review (June 4-10)

Home-ice advantage hasn’t been much of a factor throughout the playoffs but it is becoming a major factor in the Stanley Cup Finals.

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