Winnipeg Jets Moving Forward With Claude Noel, For Now

Winnipeg Jets

The 2013 Winnipeg Jets seemed destined for their first playoff berth since moving from Atlanta to Canada, riding into March with the Southeast Division lead as the Washington Capitals were busy climbing out of the basement. However, the Jets would […]

Washington Capitals’ Preseason Schedule Set for 2013

Washington Capitals

The Washington Capitals‘ preseason schedule is stacked as far as exhibition games go, with two entertaining battles against this year’s Stanley Cup finalists taking place in the region. This slate will be highlighted by battles with the Chicago Blackhawks at […]

Economic Struggles Reportedly Dogging New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Devils: Not Giving Any Thought To Buyouts This Offseason

New Jersey Devils owner Jeff Vanderbeek has until this summer to resolve the franchise’s financial issues before major consequences hit, according to a report in The New York Post. There have been rumors of trouble in the Meadowlands for a […]

Nashville Predators Attempt to Change Fortunes in 2013 Offseason

Predators

After a miserable, miserable 2013 campaign that saw the Nashville Predators fall to 14th out of 15 teams in the Western Conference, general manager David Poile knows he needs to light a spark this offseason. Poile has overseen a relatively […]

Re-Signing Niklas Backstrom Right Move for Minnesota Wild

Niklas Backstrom

The Minnesota Wild made their first postseason dent in five years by taking a game from the eventual championship Chicago Blackhawks in the Wild’s first-round exit. This is none too shabby for a squad on the up-and-up, and Wild general […]

Los Angeles Kings Capitalize on Strong Showing From Jonathan Bernier

Jonathan Bernier and Johnathan Quick

As the 11th overall pick of the 2006 draft, it was not entirely shocking that Jonathan Bernier came up big when called upon by the Los Angeles Kings this year. The Kings lost an elite goaltender in Jonathan Quick for […]

Trades on the Forefront for Detroit Red Wings?

Red Wings

A couple months ago, the Detroit Red Wings looked bound for their first playoff miss since the 1980s. This scrappy squad road some heroic performances by Henrik Zetterberg to the postseason and nearly knocked off eventual champion Chicago Blackhawks in […]

Tomas Kaberle Buyout Helps Montreal Canadiens Prep for Draft

Tomas Kaberle

The new Montreal Canadiens regime has been quick to its make-over of a squad that made the playoffs last year — earning a No. 2 seed — but saw swift management changes immediately after being bounced from the first round. […]

Philadelphia Flyers Bite the Bullet on Ilya Bryzgalov as Draft Nears

Ilya Bryzgalov

After months of speculation the Philadelphia Flyers went ahead and ripped off the band-aid. Best of luck to Ilya Bryzgalov in his future endeavors, but it just came to that painful point where he and the Flyers organization had to […]

2013 NHL Season in Review for Anaheim Ducks

Anaheim Ducks

The Anaheim Ducks didn’t quite receive the publicity of the red-hot Chicago Blackhawks during their 2013 NHL campaign, but certainly impressed in their own right by earning the Western Conference’s No. 2 seed. Unfortunately their first-round upset at the hands […]

2013 NHL Season in Review for Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks experience quite the up-and-down season that saw them admirably claw back into the playoff picture by judgement day, earning No. 3 seed and a first-round series with the San Jose Sharks. However, in the end the Canucks […]

2013 NHL Season in Review for Toronto Maple Leafs

Toronto Maple Leafs James Reimer

The Toronto Maple Leafs can take pride from their first-round performance against the Boston Bruins as much as they can wince while watching that same Boston team catch fire in the following rounds of the 2013 NHL postseason. As Boston […]