All-Time Best Players for Defunct NHL Teams

report this ad The what ifs. The coulda shouldas. The almosts. They’re the lost or forgotten teams of the NHL. Those that have relocated or merged or went belly-up. While some teams have been reincarnated, i.e. the Winnipeg Jets became the Arizona Coyotes, this article focuses on selecting the best player from each team that […]

NHL Rumors: Krueger, Kings, Golden Knights, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there are updates on Ilya Kovalchuk out of Los Angeles as well as some updates on a couple other Kings’ players, former coach Ralph Krueger may be on his way back to hockey, and the Vegas Golden Knights haven’t confirmed the arrival of one of their KHL prospects but the […]

Pacific Division ‘X Factor’ Players for Each Team

Three of four divisions have been covered in the ‘X Factor’ series in which I’ve looked at the player most key for each team’s success this season. This installment looks at the Pacific Division. Last offseason, the division appeared to be a cakewalk for the top teams – the Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Ducks, San […]

Bruins and Kovalchuk – Exploring the Possibility

If the 2017-18 season made anything clear, it’s that the Boston Bruins’ championship window is firmly open. Part of what comes with such a situation is that teams must identify all of their potential short-term and long-term moves and decide which decisions will give them the best chance at winning a championship. After all, nothing […]

NHL Rumors: Kovalchuk, Lucic, Voynov, More

In today’s rumor rundown we look at a few returning names to the NHL and one name nobody thought might have trade value around the league. What’s going on with Ilya Kovalchuk, who might actually be considering returning to the NHL for a non-Eastern Conference team? Slava Voynov might be looking at making a comeback […]

Kovalchuk Worth Signing for Rebuilding Rangers?

Ilya Kovalchuk has Hall-of-Fame numbers. He would’ve easily accumulated 1,000 points had he not retired after the 2012-13 season with the New Jersey Devils. After spending nearly five years away from the NHL, is Kovalchuk ready to slide in and be a top-six forward on a nightly basis for any of the 31 teams in […]

Rangers Buchnevich Is a Star in the Making

When the new-look New York Rangers go for what is sure to be a second round of reconstructive surgery this June at the NHL Entry Draft, the team isn’t expected to have many untouchables. The club made that known when they issued the now infamous letter to their fanbase back in February designed to give […]