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.

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NHL Week in Review (May 11-17)

Another round is in the books for the NHL playoffs and four teams remain taking one step closer to the ultimate prize. In the east there was plenty of surprise with the Pittsburgh Penguins falling to the New York Rangers thanks in large part to Henrik Lundqvist. The surprise would not stop there though as the team many believed to be the Stanley Cup favourites in the Boston Bruins would fall to their longtime rivals. The Montreal Canadiens would take the win in the series and find themselves paired with the Rangers for the third round in a matchup of two underdogs with only one coming out on top.

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

The NHL continues to grow and despite many teams in the south struggling to get by there is one area that is not following suit with other non-traditional markets. The west coast of the USA, or more accurately California, was never a hockey market when the Los Angeles Kings entered the NHL in 1967. It was one of the first major expansions in the NHL and they would look to the West Coast to add two teams.

NHL Week in Review (January 20-26)

The NHL is in a constant battle between the old and the new as tradition is constantly fighting the new guard. It is a league that constantly looks back to their history while still evolving as a sport. The NHL is one of the oldest organizations in North America with the Stanley Cup first handed out in 1893.

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