Looking at the standings table at….7:41 PM on the 13th of February, 2017…the Boston Bruins are in an awkward position.
Injury bugs are unavoidable for any team in any sport, and it’s especially harder for NHL teams due to the nonstop intensity and physical play.
Now that the World Cup of hockey is over and the preseason has just started, it's not too early to already judge the poorly put together Boston Bruins. As far as us New Englanders have seen this offseason, the offensive core is pretty well put together. As far as defense goes, it looks like it
As expected, the Boston Bruins' off-season has been exciting. A lot of movement has been made already and it's not hard to tell that GM Don Sweeney wants to get back to a winning tradition in Boston.
First, buying out Dennis Seidenberg's contract. This was a move I was hoping for.
This year's NHL Draft lottery gifted the Winnipeg Jets the #2 pick in the 2016 Draft, which showcases a class of 5-10 high profile prospects. The obvious representative for this draft currently is Arizona native Auston Matthews, as he is the favorite to go #1 to Toronto. Winnipeg was blessed
Despite the amazing regular season the Washington Capitals had, a second round exit at the hands of the Penguins was evidently their fate. Another year, another failed attempt at the Cup for their Russian captain Alex Ovechkin. But only one team can win Lord Stanley's Cup, and as we learned
Well the oldest player in the NHL still refuses to hang the skates, and for the Florida Panthers, they couldn't be happier.
Jaromir Jagr has just signed a one year deal with Florida for $4M, along with a $1.5M bonus depending on how many games he plays next season. So the