Brian Bellows Trade to Montreal

For an entire decade, Brian Bellows was a staple of the Minnesota North Stars and the team’s premier sniper. Selected with the second pick of the 1982 NHL Entry Draft, he represented the franchise at three different All-Star Games (1984, 1988, 1992) and was even named an NHL Second Team All-Star in 1990. Playing in […]

October Ends with More Treats Than Tricks for Coyotes

The month of October is in the books for the Arizona Coyotes, and, for the first time since 2013-14, the team is multiple games above .500 after the season’s opening stanza. Colorado Avalanche left wing Matt Nieto and Arizona Coyotes center Clayton Keller (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) There have been a few tricks in Arizona, but, […]

Canucks Weekly: Horvat, Miller, Hughes, Defence Scoring & More

Welcome to Canucks Weekly, where you can catch up on the past week of the Vancouver Canucks throughout the 2019-20 season. From trending topics to news and notes, this is your weekly update on all things Canucks. Naming a captain seemed to ignite the Canucks this week as they were able to string together their […]

One for the Ages: Mats Naslund’s 1985-86 NHL Season

Mats Naslund played a style of hockey that was far larger than his 5-foot-7, 160-pound frame. Possessing tremendous speed and an ability to generate offense seemingly on a whim, Naslund was the star forward for the Montreal Canadiens during the decade of the 1980s. Combining his skill, determination, and Nordic heritage, the fans of Montreal […]

Red Wings | Revisiting Mickey Redmond’s 1972-73 Season

In terms of the greatest players in Detroit Red Wings history, Mickey Redmond may not be the first name that comes to mind. The mustachioed marvel may resonate with fans due to his longstanding role as a team broadcaster, but many forget Redmond’s effectiveness during his playing days. Related: Detroit Red Wings’ 50-Goal Scorers A […]

Blue Jackets About to Answer the Ultimate Question

Welcome to the regular season. For the Columbus Blue Jackets, the beginning of the regular season comes with many questions. You know which ones I’m talking about. How will the goalies do? Who will help replace the lost scoring? Which young players will step up and deliver to help boost the Blue Jackets? While these […]

Blue Jackets’ Preseason Thoughts, Part One

The Columbus Blue Jackets have now completed half of their preseason games after losing in St. Louis Sunday afternoon 5-3. Now is the time to start talking real takeaways from the four games we have seen. As it stands, the Blue Jackets have 34 players remaining in camp as we approach the final week of […]

Q & A With Erie Otters GM Dave Brown

Welcome to part three of our preseason Erie Otters Q & A series. In case you missed our first two entries, you can read our chat with head coach Chris Hartsburg here and draft eligible Hayden Fowler here. It’s been a long two years in Erie since they won the OHL championship. Roster turnover coupled […]