NHL Week in Review (January 5-11)

This week, John Tortorella reached a milestone that makes him one of the best coaches in the NHL and the best American coach in NHL history despite his sometimes complicated legacy.

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NHL Week in Review (December 8-14)

The NHL is heading towards a new important date for the calendar as the roster freeze is coming and it is becoming a secondary trade deadline for teams looking to add some extra talent before the new year.

NHL Week in Review (December 1-7)

The NHL made their next major decision as they approved a new team in another non-traditional market where the stakes are high and the expectations have only grown.

NHL Week in Review (November 24-29)

This week was decision time for the Toronto Maple Leafs as they head into a new day looking to sign a young star with only hours left to make their decision.

NHL Week in Review (October 3-5)

The NHL season is underway but things have already gotten strange in Ottawa as an offseason of uncertainty has led to a season with a lot unknown.

2018-19 NHL Preview: 5 Stories

The NHL season is about to begin and with it comes a host of new stories to look at from new faces in new places to big moves by the NHL to expand their control over a crowded North American market.

NHL Week in Review (April 26-May 2)

The second round of the playoffs is underway but in big parts of the world a much more important tournament just got underway.

NHL Week in Review (January 27- February 2)

This past week in the NHL Toronto took focus for many fans but it was not about the Maple Leafs and their play. Instead it was focused on the question of if the General Toronto Area (GTA) could support a second NHL team. The question arose once again after the City of Markham, about a 30 minutes north of Toronto, voted in favour of funding a new arena that could house another NHL team.

NHL Week in Review (Feb. 5-11)

In the 1990s the NHL began a new path as they started to push the game in the southern United States. It was a way to expand the game throughout North America and increase the standing of the NHL. Unfortunately for some fans this meant that their teams would be taken away and moved to other cities.

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