Hall of Famer Denis Savard on the Stanley Cup Drought for Canadian Teams

Denis Savard talks about the Canadiens 1993 Stanley Cup win and the drought for Canadian teams since then.

Rick Nash Trade Tree Continues To Sprout Roots for the New York Rangers

At the 2018 NHL trade deadline, the New York Rangers traded forward Rick Nash to the Boston Bruins. Three years late the move is paying off for the Rangers.

The Minnesota Wild Are Turning Corner, But Still Not Stanley Cup Contenders

The Minnesota Wild are one of the top teams in the West Division, with one of the best home records. They may be turning the corner, but they aren’t Stanley Cup contenders just yet.

Five Surprises So Far From The NHL North Division

We’re already looked at some surprises from the Central and East Divisions. Now on the North.

Goaltending Becomes The Toronto Maple Leafs Weakest Link

Toronto Maple Leafs No. 1 goaltender Frederik Andersen is sporting a .900 save percentage and 2.86 goal-against average. Jack Campbell has been injured for most of the season, and Michael Hutchinson hasn’t been reliable.

The Chicago Blackhawks Must Look To Stars To Avoid Playoff Trade Expectations

The Dallas Stars went from Cup Final to possibly missing the playoffs. The Chicago Blackhawks hold the last playoff spot in the Central and have surprised many.

Five Surprises So Far From the NHL East Division

We looked at Five Surprises from the Central Division a couple of days ago, now we turn our attention to the East Division.

Five Surprises So Far From the NHL Central Division

The Central division has a different look this season. A look at five different storylines involving players, a coach, and two teams that are a bit of surprise so far this season.

With Jack Eichel Injured, Buffalo Sabres’ Nightmare Season Hits New Low

To say things haven’t gone the way the Buffalo Sabres had hoped is an understatement. Toss in an injured Jack Eichel and things may have gone from bad to worse.

NHL ProteauType: Ken Dryden Is Right – Make The Nets Bigger

Hall of Fame goaltender Ken Dryden wrote an article for The Athletic recently that called for the NHL to increase the size of the nets, and he’s right that it might be time.

The NHL’s Most Unassailable Records – Single Game Edition

A look at five single games records that will likely never be broken, starting off with Darryl Sittler’s 10 point game.