Day: June 11, 2022
Patrick Roy is going all-in on the Avalanche to hoist Lord Stanley
Patrick Roy doesn’t appear to have any rift with his old team. The Hall of Famer cleared the air Saturday afternoon in an interview with NHL.com’s Dave Stubbs. “I am an Avalanche fan, seriously,” Roy stated. “I have so much respect for ‘Landy’ [captain Gabriel Landeskog and Nate [MacKinnon]. “It was a privilege coaching […]Read More
Jets: First Round Pick Options Part 1
This year’s NHL amateur draft will be held at the Bell Centre in Montreal on July 7 and 8. Spots one through sixteen were determined with the lottery on May 10. The Montreal Canadiens had the greatest odds of selecting first overall and were successful. The New Jersey Devils jumped ahead of the Arizona Coyotes […]Read More
Bruins: How Safe Is Don Sweeney?
The Boston Bruins’ off-season has taken quite a turn since their elimination from the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the first round. Just after the season, there was some uncertainty on the status of captain Patrice Bergeron, the trade request of Jake DeBrusk, and deciding which of Mike Reilly and Matt Grzelcyk should be traded. But […]Read More
Rangers season on the brink, again
For the sixth time this postseason, the Rangers will be facing elimination. Although it was only 40 days ago, it feels like more time has passed since this young core’s first playoff game. At the end of the regular season, this New York roster was filled with players who only experienced playoff hockey in the […]Read More
If it had to happen, what would a Pastrnak trade look like?
Before you leave me an angry comment, no, I don’t think the Bruins actively want to trade Pastrnak. Over the past few weeks, it’s starting to look like the Bruins rebuild will begin as early as this coming season. With McAvoy, Gryzelcyk, Marchand, and Mike Reilly all having serious surgeries, it looks like the first […]Read More