NHL Week in Review (October 27-November 2)

The NHL week seemed to be business as usual for all teams until one player on one of the best surprises of the season would change the week. The Colorado Avalanche have had a great season so far as they are among the top teams in the league. The season was never supposed to go like this for the team as most expected them to falter with a number of young inexperienced players. Not to mention that a new coach with no NHL experience in Patrick Roy taking over for his first year.

2013-14 NHL Preview: Metropolitan Division (Part 1)

With realignment in the NHL the teams began preparing for a new season with brand new opponents while the fans wondered what their divisions might be called. The realignment was not the only big story in the offseason as the names of these new divisions was also a popular topic of debate. The NHL would announce the official realignment and also the new names for these division. Most would be the usual names but one would be a complete change as the Metropolitan Division was born.

NHL Week in Review (May 26-June 1)

The NHL prides itself on the fact that in the last nine seasons they have not had one team win two Stanley Cups. It is a lesson in parity that leagues love as no one team is dominating the league giving every team and fans of every team hope that they could be the next one. This can also be a double edged sword as dominant teams can bring in a lot more interest from markets that might not be the biggest and best.

NHL Week in Review (February 24-March 2)

The NHL season has been a very different league this year as the shortened season has not only affected the play on the ice but the attitudes in the offices. Teams are working with a very different timetable than they are used to meaning that they have to think a little outside the box. This can be seen in many moves made so far in the season and that includes the surprising amount of trades that have already happened this year.

NHL Week in Review (Oct. 30-Nov. 5)

A goalie is an essential part to e hockey teams as they are the last line of defence and can easily take over a game. There has rarely been a Stanley Cup Champion without a very good performance by a goalie. Whether it is Tim Thomas last year with the Bruins or Patrick Roy with the Canadiens and the Avalanche the common denominator has been a great goalie. This has become a big aspect to many teams as a lot of teams continue to look for goalies that can guide them to the Stanley Cup.

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