The Minnesota Wild sent out a survey a couple of months back asking fans if they should have a new goal song. The answers to the survey have been overwhelming. Today, the Wild debuted their new goal song and it has a distinctive Minnesotan taste.
George Parros and Jason Zucker are very happy about the NHL coming to Las Vegas. The NHL announced it’s expanding into Sin City for the 2017/18 season and the news has players with connections to Vegas excited. Parros, a former Anaheim Ducks tough guy who’s now retired and living in Las Vegas, told NHL.com’s Pat […]
Entering his second season in the NHL, Connor McDavid is once again facing enormous expectations which may even dwarf the ones he experienced last year. McDavid will turn 20 in January and is looking to prove himself after a 2015-16 season which saw him suffer a serious injury while still posting over a point-per-game pace with 47 […]
The Toronto Maple Leafs continue to upgrade between the pipes. Toronto announced the signing of goaltender Jhonas Enroth on Monday to a one-year, $750K deal.
Having a top-line center in this league isn’t just important. It’s a necessity. When you are a strong team down the middle, it makes for an easy time building out the rest of the roster. Hitting on your picks and making sure that you develop your own talent is critical and the Flames have been […]
The World Cup of Hockey will transform the month of September for hockey fans, but it’s unclear how exactly fans will respond to the new tournament and what kind of look and feel the competition will hold. Ryan Getzlaf spoke about the World Cup and said he believes it’ll hold a playoff-type atmosphere. Via NHL.com: […]
Jimmy Vesey finally made his decision, selecting the New York Rangers as his new home. Vesey joining the Rangers opens up a ton of questions for the organization, but they’ll happily deal with those questions as Vesey brings an immediate upgrade. While Rangers fans celebrated the decision, Matt Beleskey of the Boston Bruins didn’t seem to […]
When Patrik Stefan missed a wide open net against the Edmonton Oilers, no one let him live it down. Carl Grundstrom, who plays for Frolunda and was drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs, will hopefully leave a much better legacy.
One of the biggest hockey stories of the summer has reached its conclusion.
Team North America will be one of the most interesting squads to follow at the World Cup of Hockey. The roster for North America will feature players from both the United States and Canada who are 23 or younger as of October 1st. Team North America has already generated a ton of buzz given all […]
The Ontario Hockey League has announced some new measures to crack down on fighting and blindside hits. The new rules are an attempt to improve player safety while forcing players to take more responsibility for both their checks and their willingness to drop the mitts. The new regulations put in place by the OHL’s Board of […]
The Colorado Avalanche are starting to move on without Patrick Roy. Roy exited the Avalanche organization earlier this month over not having enough control over the roster. The move left Colorado’s GM Joe Sakic scrambling for a late offseason coaching hire. Sakic appears to have found some candidates.
The New Jersey Devils want their fans to help Keith Kinkaid design his new goalie pads. Fans were encouraged to submit their designs for Kinkaid’s new leg pads with the opportunity of winning a meet-and-greet with Kinkaid, tickets or autographed memorabilia. As fans tried their best to design a memorable design, Devils forward Adam Henrique […]
Remember the sucker punch artist from the KHL? The player in question, Damir Ryspayev, has received a lifetime ban for his antics against the Kunlun Red Star.
Dallas Star forward Antoine Roussel might be a pest on the ice, but off of the ice he seems like a pretty great dude. Recently he surprised a young fan by showing up at his birthday party to play some broom hockey.