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.

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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 (December 10-16)

The NHL could be expanding to Seattle very soon but that leaves one city hoping to get back into the league in a difficult spot as they are the most ready to get a team yet might become a bargaining chip for the league.

NHL Week in Review (October 8-14)

The Winnipeg Jets saw controversy this week but it was just a sign of the times and the fact that many watching don’t want to see their major investments do much else but play hockey.

2017-18 NHL Preview: Central Division

The central Division is always a big battle as all seen teams can have a tough time but that makes this division so exciting as there are a lot of good teams all fighting for playoff spots making this one of the biggest battles of the division.

NHL Week in Review (January 8-14)

The NHL Trade Deadline is still a while away but one team is beginning to kick the rumours off as the Colorado Avalanche are setting up for a big rebuild.

NHL Week in Review (January 1-7)

The NHL scoring race has two players involved that are ushering in a new era in the sport as two players that could be the best ever are both playing their best at the same time.

NHL Week in Review (November 6-12)

Hockey is a team sport and no matter how great one player is not team can win a title without a full team effort, something that the Montreal Canadiens are learning this year.

NHL Week in Review (Oct 30-Nov 3)

Hockey took a back seat for Craig Anderson this week as the sport that he sacrificed for suddenly didn’t seem so important with a cancer diagnosis rocking his world.

NHL Week in Review (January 10-16)

The NHL is getting a taste of reality lately as the Canadian dollar continues to fall causing plenty of questions and bringing back memories of the mid-1990s.

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