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.

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2017 IIHF World Championship Report (Day 8)

The World Championships are still running with the playoff race getting better but the focus slipped to another international tournament as the IIHF has kept the door open for the NHL to participate in the Olympics.

NHL Week in Review (April 2-8)

In the midst of a great playoff race the NHL spoiled the story when they came out an announced that they wouldn’t be participating in the 2018 Olympics launching plenty of criticism.

NHL Week in Review (March 5-11)

The NHL’s expansion team made their first big move signing their first player but as the NHL prepares for expansion they might want to focus on the struggling teams in their league.

NHL Week in Review (November 13-19)

The NHL made their move this week as they put the decision whether to attend the 2018 Olympic Games up to the NHLPA and the players with one big caveat that might change the minds of some players.

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The National Hockey League is one of the most unique leagues in the North American sports landscape.

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The NHL season is right around the corner as teams once again prepare for the long haul towards the Stanley Cup. It is one of the toughest roads to a championship as the physical nature of the game claims plenty of casualties. It is not only the team that has the most skill but the team that has the most tenacity that will survive the season and find their way to the Stanley Cup. As important as the skill is in the NHL, more often than not the team with the guys that can grind out wins are the ones that win championships.

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