Last night the Blackhawks played a great game despite their first regulation loss of the season. Antti Raanta stood on his head, stopping 33 of 34 shots. Vinnie Hinostroza showed that he’s starting to come into his own by recording two goal. Niklas Hjalmarsson made his presence felt with three blocked shots as well. And
The Calgary Flames don’t have a great history with their sweaters, especially their alternates. Adjectives used to describe their previous third jerseys range from “fine” to “bizarre.” With such a checkered past in their equipment department the Flames very easily could have messed up this season’s new alternates. Fortunately they chose to play it safe
Anaheim simply cannot escape the legacy of the Mighty Ducks. Some might say that’s not a bad thing. With a growing population of millennials that grew up with Goldberg, Coach Bombay and the Flying V, few teams can evoke the nostalgia in the same way the Ducks can. Others disagree, with the argument that the
The Vegas Golden Knights and Shea Theodore have agreed to a 7 year, 36.4 million dollar deal.
Congratulations, you made it through the weekend. Unfortunately you’re still nursing that hangover from Saturday night. Now you’ve got a team meeting that you have to sit through despite the fact that no one will ask for your input on anything. You’ll have to fight off dozing off while everyone goes around the table agreeing
It can be said that Marc-Andre Fleury is the face of the Golden Knights and I don’t think too many people would argue with you. When the young franchise was still finding their identity early in the season Fleury gave them the room to do so. He played out of his mind during the playoffs,