With (hopefully) a few rounds of Canadian NHL playoff content on tap beginning in a few weeks, let’s take a look at what we have in the Leafs and Jets. It’s an interesting dichotomy.
Winnipeg Jets winger Patrik Laine left Tuesday night's game against the Los Angeles Kings with a lower-body injury.
The hottest player on the Toronto Maple Leafs keeps rolling in a milestone game, the best player on the Edmonton Oilers proves why he's considered such and second-overall pick continues to produce in his latest home. And is the dynasty over?
We discuss our ideal formats and whether the NHL should expand the field.
There hasn’t been a single in-season NHL head coaching change this year for the first time since 1966-67, Frank Seravalli writes.
Upon further review, when it comes to goalie interference in the NHL, it’s painfully obvious we are in need of further review. That’s not breaking news. But we are also in need of subtle change.
The Vancouver Canucks don't seem to be met with the same criticism or mockery of other teams that have experienced full-on rebuilds in recent years. Why is that?
Former NHL forward Ilya Kovalchuk says he wants to return to the league this summer and play there for ``several more years.''