2013 NHL Season in Review for Philadelphia Flyers

Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers were riding high after a 2012 postseason that saw them beat up on cross-state rival Pittsburgh Penguins en route to their third straight season of making it at least to the Eastern Conference semifinals. Unfortunately, this momentum […]

2013 NHL Season in Review for New York Rangers

New York Rangers

For all the turbulence that the New York Rangers have undergone during the lockout-shortened 2013 season, the offseason is managing to top that. Several colossal questions have been answered while many still remain, including what to make of Brad Richards‘ […]

2013 NHL Season in Review for New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils‘ 2013 campaign ended with the resounding thud with a 4-0 loss to the New York Rangers, the heated rival that had eliminated New Jersey from playoff contention just days earlier. “We were not good. It was […]

2013 NHL Season in Review for Winnipeg Jets

Winnipeg Jets

After hitting March with a head of steam and the Southeast Division lead, the Winnipeg Jets‘ second year since moving from Atlanta seemed bound to give Winnipeg its first playoff berth with the current franchise. However, the Washington Capitals would […]

Lindy Ruff to Leave Buffalo Sabres for Big Apple, New York Rangers?

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You often hear about local news anchors making their way through upstate New York — perhaps Binghamton, Syracuse, Albany, Buffalo — before finally making their way to the Big Apple. This happens across the sports landscape as well with both […]

Dwayne Roloson Hired to Aid Anaheim Ducks’ Goaltender Tandem of Jonas Hiller, Viktor Fasth

Jonas Hiller Ducks Goalies

Jonas Hiller and Viktor Fasth gave the Anaheim Ducks one of the most effective goaltending tandems in the league last year, with the committee approach playing a major role in Anaheim garnering the No. 2 seed out of the Western […]

Danny DeKeyser Assisting Title Push for Detroit Red Wings’ AHL Squad

Danny DeKeyser Detroit Red Wings

While it may or may not have made any difference, the Detroit Red Wings probably would have liked to have young Danny DeKeyser healthy as they attempted to preserve a 3-1 series lead against the top-seeded Chicago Blackhawks in the Western […]

Goaltender Pekka Rinne Primed to Rebound for Nashville Predators

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The strike-shortened 2013 NHL campaign turned out to be quite the come-down for the Nashville Predators. After reaching the playoffs in seven of the previous eight seasons, Nashville crashed to second-to-last place in the Western Conference with 41 points this […]

New Jersey Devils Face Tough Decisions on David Clarkson, Patrik Elias

New Jersey Devils: Working on Signing Forward David Clarkson

The New Jersey Devils have plenty of questions in the 2013 NHL offseason: How much more they can get out of aging players like Martin Brodeur and how much they’re willing pay key younger stars providing just two of them. […]

Snark Hitting Florida Panthers From All Angles This Offseason

Florida Panthers Drew Shore

Florida Panthers players, coaches and fans have suffered quite enough in both 2013 and the past decade as a whole. They slogged through this past regular season, with hope vanishing from the outset as Florida logged a league-low 36 points […]

Montreal Canadiens Dealing With Volatility at Goaltender

Canadiens Playoffs Carey Price

Goaltender Carey Price‘s poor finish to the 2013 season along with his team’s first-round upset against the Ottawa Senators probably didn’t help anyone on the team keep their job, and may have certainly played a role in costing Montreal Canadiens goaltender […]

Minnesota Wild Center Matt Cullen Reflects on Missed Opportunity vs. Chicago Blackhawks

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It’s a bit harsh to get too down after the type of season the Minnesota Wild just had, snapping a four-year playoff drought to earn their first playoff berth since 2008. Unfortunately, their seeding as the No. 8 team in […]