Category Archives: NHL
In this year’s NHL Entry Draft, the New York Islanders selected highly touted forward prospect Joshua Ho-Sang with the 28th pick. In this past season, his second with the Windsor Spitfires of the Ontario Hockey League, he tallied 53 assists and 85 points in 67 games, and tied for the team lead with 32 goals. While those numbers may jump out at most scouts and high ranking NHL officials, it is sometimes Ho-Sang’s attitude off the rink which gets him into hot water. (more…)
The NHL announced Wednesday through Twitter that The San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings will take their Febuary 21st game outside to Levi’s Stadium, new home of the San Francisco 49ers football team. (more…)
After one day of salary arbitration hearing, the fear that Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban may leave have been quelled now that the superstar has agreed to an 8 year $72 million dollar contract with the Canadiens. (more…)
The Penguins have been talking to Sutter and his Agent for the better part of a month now, but despite Sutter not filing for arbitration Brandon seems adamant on drawing out this process much longer than it needs to be. If the rumors are true and he is looking for a short term 1 year deal one must ask, ”is he worth the hassle in signing him for just one season, or is he the type of player you lock up long term?” Either way is he someone the Penguins should continue pursuing?
Prospect Camp, Arbitration, the Sutter Debacle and injury updates. Let’s take a look at what’s been going on with the Pittsburgh Penguins these past few weeks.
During the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils had six selections available to them. Many felt that the team should go after some scoring prospects, and leave the defensemen and goalies to other teams. Having Cory Schneider at the time primed to sign a long term contract extension, the team did not select any goaltenders. Despite having some high defensive prospects already in the system, it would not be a complete Devils draft without Lou Lamoriello picking one or two blue liners. Some fans also found their wishes granted when the team opted to select four forwards. Just how well did the Devils do in the selections made? Check below to see who you may find in a Devils sweater soon. (more…)
When the hockey world saw Lou Lamoriello execute the steal of the century when he traded the Devils’ first round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft to Vancouver in exchange for goaltender Cory Schneider, it signaled that times were changing in the Garden State. That season, Martin Brodeur and Cory Schneider split the work load for the Devils, but it seemed as if the team struggled with the constant juggling of net minders. (more…)