With the Rangers having lucked themselves to #1, here are who we think the top five picks of the NHL Draft should be and who we expect the teams to actually take.Who Should Be The Top Five Picks in the NHL Draft?
As much as we all want the return of sports, does the NHL’s 24-team playoff proposal hit the mark? For one puck scribe, it’s not even close.NHL’s Pandemic Playoff Picture Is a Perplexing Proposition
The aftermath of Don Cherry’s last Coach’s Corner has been as divisive as everything else lately. Hell, people in Canada are so pissed off, they can no longer even tolerate a Tim Hortons double-double.Don Cherry And The Problem With Canada
The fact that Simek made the play, and not Erik Karlsson or Marc-Edouard Vlasic, is significant because it showcases who he is going to be on this team come playoff time. “Shutdown” Simek is now a thing.The Good Timing Of ‘Shutdown’ Simek
Those of us who remember how much patriotic pride there was behind that Olympic victory 40 years ago died a little on the inside; not because we’re 40 years removed from the event, but because we are no longer capable of meaningfully bridging political and cultural divides on the field of play.The Confluence Of Culture, Politics And Hockey
One team is trying to end a national drought. Another is hoping to validate going all in. Of the sixteen teams in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, these are two that we’ll have our eyes on in the first round and potentially beyond.Calgary and Columbus Are Teams of Intrigue During The Stanley Cup Playoffs
It’s time we tell the truth about Gordon Bombay, even if he did somehow get Dean Portman a scholarship in D3.The Mighty Ducks: Gordon Bombay Is Overrated
There are plenty of memorable characters in The Mighty Ducks series, but for me the only one who truly mattered was Jesse Hall, the greatest Duck who ever lived.Jesse Hall Is The Greatest Mighty Duck That Ever Lived