2017-18 NHL Preview: Metropolitan Division

The Metropolitan Division is a division built around rivalries making it one of the more exciting division in the league as every game means more than just another regular season it also makes the division race a tight one much like it will be this year.

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NHL Week in Review (April 30-May 6)

The NHL Playoffs are heating up with series getting tighter but a bigger story surrounding the league’s best player has taken more headlines this week.

NHL Week in Review (April 9-15)

The first few games of the playoffs allowed for an insight into the differences between youth and veterans on teams as the young teams stumbled out of the block but aren’t entirely out of it as the first round continues.

NHL Week in Review (May 8-14)

With the end of the second round came the end to four team’s Stanley Cup hopes including the Washington Capitals as Alexander Ovechkin finished another year without a cup.

2016 NHL Playoff Preview

The NHL playoffs are here and the best part of the NHL season is set to begin as the eastern conference looks to break the streak and the western conference looks to unseat the champions.

2015-16 NHL Preview: Early Playoff Outlook

It has become the biggest reason for the NHL’s growth in the USA and around the world, the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

2015-16 NHL Preview: Metropolitan Division

The Metropolitan Division is still a young one after the re-organization brought some of the biggest markets into one division.

NHL Week in Review (May 3-9)

The second round of the NHL playoffs have been quite different from the first round as the games may have started to take their toll.

2015 NHL Playoff Preview

The NHL playoff are here and so the most exciting time in the NHL schedule is ready to begin. This year is a great mix of teams that have been there before and teams that have found their way to the playoffs for the first time in a long time.

NHL Week in Review (December 28-January 3)

The New Year is here and as has become tradition that means the Winter Classic rang in the new year. The Winter Classic started as a spectacle for the NHL that really never had any of those types of games. It is akin to Thanksgiving Day in the NFL as the NHL focuses on the big outdoor game that marks the start of a new year. The game is also strategic for the NHL as they host it just when most other big sports are winding down. The NFL is heading into the playoffs while NCAA football is nearing the end of the bowl season.

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