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.

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2017-18 NHL Preview: Pacific Division

The Pacific Division will certainly be a division with a lot of eyes on it as the California teams still fight it out and try to get back to the top while the Alberta teams look for a resurgence and the newest team tries to make an impression.

2016 Stanley Cup Finals Preview

The Stanley Cup Finals are here and two teams will go head-to-head looking to show that they found the right combination to take home a championship.

NHL Week in Review (November 22-28)

The NHL lost a major player this week but it wasn;t on the ice as NHL COO John Collins left the NHL offices leaving a lasting memory.

NHL Week in Review (January 19-25)

The NHL would start an annual tradition in 2008 when they held the first ever Winter Classic in Buffalo. Ralph Wilson Stadium would play host to the first ever outdoor game in NHL history in a move to expose the NHL to a bigger crowd. It was a spectacle and it was a success so the NHL continued to hold these games. It has become a tradition that on New Year’s Day the NHL takes hold and puts on their biggest regular season game of the year.

2013-14 NHL Preview: Pacific Division (Part 2)

The new alignment for the NHL was big for teams like the Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets as they were able to move to their respectful places in the Eastern Conference. It would be the main story for the majority of the preseason when realignment was brought up. These teams would finally get a move to a place where they belonged rather than staying in the west and having another bad travel schedule.

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.

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