NHL Week in Review (December 31-January 6)

Coaching can be a tough gig as the balance between pushing players and pushing them too far is very thin with plenty of coaches taking very different approaches to motivating their team.

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2017 Stanley Cup Finals Preview

The Stanley Cup Finals will show the oldest story in sports but there may never be a more perfect expression of David versus Goliath than the Nashville Predators versus the Pittsburgh Penguins.

NHL Week in Review (May 21-27)

The Stnaley Cup Finals are set and the two teams involved could not be more different which includes the superstars and biggest personalities on the team.

NHL Week in Review (April 23-29)

The NHL Playoffs are a different season and in that different season a new style of hockey is played leaving some of the top players in the game trying to figure out how to adjust to help their teams to the ultimate goal.

NHL Week in Review (February 26-March 4)

The NHL free agency era came into full focus this week when a fan favourite player returned to his former home in a scene that is only going to be more common.

NHL Week in Review (May 22-28)

With the Stanley Cup Finals set to begin the Pittsburgh Penguins and San Jose Sharks might look to some unexpected playoff heroes to help them get the ultimate prize.

NHL Week in Review (April 12-18)

The focus in the NHL is centred around the playoffs and rightfully so as teams battle it out to get that much closer to the Stanley Cup.

2014-15 NHL Preview: Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Division is a mix of some of the best teams and some of the worst teams in the NHL as the division is one of the hardest to figure out. On one end of the spectrum lies the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Montreal Canadiens. These three teams have proven to be some of the most talented teams in the league over the last few years. The Bruins are the team that leads the pack with one of the best combinations of skill and toughness that make them a true contender in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Meanwhile the Lightning and Canadiens have been built with skill in mind as both are loaded with offensive talent although the toughness has suffered on both of the teams.

NHL Week in Review (April 27-May 3)

The second round of the NHL playoffs are here with the 16 team pool cut down to only 8 remaining teams. The first round would be a thriller as a number of series would go down to the wire after a number of great game 7s. The Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens would be the two teams that would not make the competition close as Montreal would advance in 4 games while Boston would do it in 5.

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

The Red Wings will enjoy their new division as they finally get the move they wanted to the Eastern Conference. Although they will be one of the big stories in the realignment it is not the only one for the new Atlantic Division. Joining the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, and Boston Bruins the Detroit Red Wings will be a part of a truly Original Six division.

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