Category Archives: NHL
#JagrWatch2015 is in full swing and Penguins fans are making sure everyone knows how they feel about it. The question is, would double J actually help the Penguins if they were to acquire him?
On January 29, 2015 Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders to ever play, will official announce his retirement from the game of Hockey.
Last night’s victory over the Winnipeg Jets was a much needed one and one that was welcomed without the help of Captain Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. But before I get too far into the game and Letang’s awesomeness, there was a trade last night that saw bottom six center Marcel Goc leave town.
With the All-Star break coming to an end there are many questions that neeed answered when it comes to the Penguins such as, trade rumors, if they can get back on track and if Crosby has regained his form. Read below for my thoughts on that and more.
During last weekend’s festivities at the NHL All Star Game, Tampa Bay Lightning star Steven Stamkos openly said he wants to remain in Tampa Bay for a long time, and who can blame him? The question is, are the Lightning willing to pay him a large sum for his services before his contract year expires? (more…)
At this point it’s hard to fathom that the Minnesota Wild can maintain any aspirations of making this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs. They are seven points out of the remaining Western Conference playoff spot, and have not exhibited play that is telling of a team set for a playoff push. They’ve fallen back into the droning status of Minnesota professional sports during my lifetime, a status of mediocrity. (more…)
Hello Hockey Tracker readers and Leafs Fans alike. It has been a while since my last article, so let’s shake off the rust with a big topic on everyone’s mind right now. What are the Leafs going to do? Well, as I am not the GM of the team, I cannot tell you exactly what they will do, but I think the path they should take is one that could potentially turn this team around in the short term (2-3 years) and put this team where they should be: in playoff contention year after year. (more…)