New York Rangers Need Rick Nash Back in Lineup Physically, Mentally

Rick Nash

New York Rangers forward Rick Nash is eyeing a return next week after missing the last 15 games after suffering a concussion. Nash has been back at practice and may be looking to play Tuesday night when the Rangers host […]

Pittsburgh Penguins Have Company in the Metropolitan Division

Crosby, Ovechkin

After the first month of the season it was apparent that the Pittsburgh Penguins were going to run away with what looked to be the worst division in the NHL. They had a large lead over the Carolina Hurricanes while […]

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Offensive Struggles Continue to Raise Eyebrows

Crosby, Grossman

They say hitting is contagious in baseball. Once a couple of batters get consecutive hits, it somehow builds momentum down the rest of the lineup throughout the game. Well, you could say the same concept goes in the hockey world. […]

With Steven Stamkos Out Indefinitely, Sidney Crosby Will Have New Foes

Sidney Crosby, Phil Kessel

After Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos suffered a broken leg in the 3-0 loss to the Boston Bruins Monday, many tended to look at where Stamkos ranked in the NHL in scoring. Ironically enough, he entered Monday’s game tied […]

Tampa Bay Lightning: Steven Stamkos’ Injury Could Not Have Come At Worse Time

Steven Stamkos

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos left Monday’s game against the Boston Bruins with an apparent leg injury. Stamkos was backchecking against Dougie Hamilton in the second period and slid into the Tampa Bay goal, making contact with the post. […]

Favorable Schedule Will Allow Pittsburgh Penguins to Gain Momentum This Week

Brandon Sutter

Even after dropping two straight games, the Pittsburgh Penguins can get back on track this coming week playing three subpar teams. They play their first two at home against the Philadelphia Flyers and the Nashville Predators. Then they complete a […]

Pittsburgh Penguins 2013-14: Are Pens Shopping for a Goaltender?

Jeff Zatkoff

Last season, Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma had the luxury of a two-headed monster. And I’m not talking about Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. This dynamic duo was swapping starts in between the pipes. Marc-Andre Fleury has always been […]

Pittsburgh Penguins: Chris Kunitz Proving to Be Ray Shero’s Best Acquisition Ever

Chris Kunitz

GM Ray Shero is a mastermind and arguably the best in the NHL at making deals to improve his club. When he was brought in to replace Craig Patrick on May 25, 2006, he wasted no time in building this team […]

Pittsburgh Penguins Need James Neal Back in the Lineup

James Neal

It has been a long time coming, or at least it felt like it for Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal, who returned to a full practice on Thursday. Neal has been recovering from a lower body injury and has been cleared […]

Pittsburgh Penguins: Goaltending Could Be Issue in Long Run

Jeff Zatkoff

There is no doubt that Marc-Andre Fleury has been an early candidate for the Vezina Trophy this season. So far, he has posted a 10-2-0 record with a 1.83 GAA and a .930 save percentage. Meanwhile, backup Jeff Zatkoff is […]

3 Biggest Surprises In First Month of 2013-14 NHL Season

Flyers, Caps

November is finally here and snow is right around the corner. On top of that,, it means we have completed the first month of the season in the NHL. There have been a lot of great games, new divisional rivalries, […]

Pittsburgh Penguins Proving Their Depth Is Non-Issue Through First Month

Brandon Sutter, Jussi Jokinen, Chris Conner

In time a time of need, the Pittsburgh Penguins seem to be getting production from all four lines, reminiscent to the Chicago Blackhawks who are dangerous from top to bottom. Even after facing adversity during the first month, the Penguins […]