NHL Week in Review (November 17-23)

The NHL is still in the early days but some teams looked to make a change early in order to get back into the hunt before it was too late.

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NHL Week in Review (November 3-9)

The Ottawa Senators were in the midst of the fallout for a conversation in an Uber showcasing that these players are always under the microscope.

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.

NHL Week in Review (February 18-24)

The NHL is fast approaching the trade deadline and with that comes the constant debate about the value of rental players leading to a bigger debate about how far to look ahead.

NHL Week in Review (February 11-17)

The NHL is heading into their final stretch but as the playoff run approaches a few teams that were expected to be in the thick of things have fallen off completely.

NHL Week in Review (February 4-10)

The NHL Trade Deadline is coming fast and general managers are all playing their games on the phone trying to get the best deal for their teams.

NHL Week in Review (December 10-16)

The NHL could be expanding to Seattle very soon but that leaves one city hoping to get back into the league in a difficult spot as they are the most ready to get a team yet might become a bargaining chip for the league.

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.

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.

NHL Week in Review (May 14-20)

The NHL Playoffs play head to head against the NBA Playoffs but the two conference finals are going slightly differently showing that the NHL is a league of parity.

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