2018-19 NHL Preview: 5 Stories

The NHL season is about to begin and with it comes a host of new stories to look at from new faces in new places to big moves by the NHL to expand their control over a crowded North American market.

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The NHL season is officially over and the season ended with a story that so many seemed to hope would happen with one of the greatest players of this era finally getting his first Cup.

NHL Week in Review (May 27-June 2)

The Stanley Cup Finals are underway and the two stars leading the way are under a microscope with one performing better than the other after three games.

2018 Stanley Cup Finals Preview

The Stanley Cup Finals will feature two important players on either side of the ice who can’t win by themselves but will be important to a potential win as they look to go out and prove something to the hockey world.

NHL Week in Review (May 20-26)

The Stanley Cup Finals are just about here and the two teams left to be the best are two teas that had plenty of doubters to start the year but one way or another someone is getting their first Cup.

NHL Week in Review (May 13-19)

The NHL Playoffs are usually a good place to see the trends that are truly taking over the world of hockey and the four teams left playing are perfect examples.

NHL Week in Review (May 6-12)

The NHL Playoffsa re step closer to determining the best team in the league and on their way there are four teams with their own stories, some unexpected, on how they got there and where they want to go.

NHL Week in Review (April 15-21)

It is a common factor in the Playoffs every year as the teams that can go far are the teams that have a goaltender who can steal games for his team, and everyone is looking for that guy.

NHL Week in Review (March 25-31)

The NHL playoffs are only a week away and the newest team in the NHL is looking towards the second season trying to surprise everyone like they have done all season.

NHL Week in Review (February 25-March 3)

Gary Bettman took a trip to Calgary and made comments regarding the health of the Flames but when it comes to the worst teams he never seems to want to talk about it despite their many struggles.

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