Day: October 29, 2022
Post-Game Analysis: Leafs Fall 4-2 Vs. Kings in Los Angeles
The Toronto Maple Leafs were defeated by the Los Angeles Kings 4-2 at Crypto.com Arena on Saturday night. A game with its ups and downs ended with another frustrating result for the Maple Leafs, who now hold a record of 4-41. The Kings have lost three of their last four were the underdogs coming into […]Read More
Markstrom Looks for Redemption in Battle of Alberta Match Up
Jacob Markstrom is set to start against the Edmonton Oilers tonight at 8 p.m. Mountain Time at the Saddledome. This will be Markstrom’s first start against the Oilers since being eliminated in the postseason. The goaltender put up a .848 SV% in the postseason series. Markstrom is currently 4-0-0 with a 2.50 GAA and a […]Read More
Oilers: Is Kulak Ready For A Top 4 Role?
Last season, Ken Holland and the Oilers were on the market for a left-defenseman who could shore up the 3rd pair, bringing a more defensive presence to the line. There were two main names the Oilers were looking at, Colton Soucy and Brett Kulak. Funny enough, both are Edmonton natives, with Soucy being born in […]Read More
Leafs Game Preview #9: Leafs visit the Kings
Tonight the Leafs head to Los Angeles as they take on the Kings. The Leafs will pull out their flipside jerseys that they co-created with Justin Bieber. It’s likely safe to assume that Bieber will be at the game tonight, but regardless, the Leafs have a job to do. Although their 4-3-1 record is much […]Read More
Has Jake DeBrusk Finally Become a First Liner?
When DeBrusk requested a trade last season, most Bruins fans were about done with him. Inconsistency was the only constant for DeBrusk, and at points, he looked invisible on the ice. With a coaching change seemingly changing Jake’s mind on a trade, it’s up to him to show he’s turned a corner. The Bruins, in […]Read More
Can The Bruins Afford To “Go Down To The Wire” With David Pastrnak?
The Boston Bruins are rolling at 8-1-0 as they continue a challenging four-game road trip. The current forward group is as deep as it has been in a few years, and six of those wins were without last year’s leading points-getter Brad Marchand, who returned Thursday night to score two goals and assist on another […]Read More
NHL’s Reverse Retro 2.0 Jerseys — Ranked 1-32
The NHL released their reverse retro jerseys last week, and while some teams have released some very nice ones, other teams could’ve done a lot better. I ranked them based on several things, including design, logo, overall look, theming of “reverse retro,” and creativity. Here is my ranking of all 32 Reverse Retro 2.0 Jerseys […]Read More
Former First Overall Pick Giving Bruins a Boost
Last season’s April 12th trade between the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres that sent Taylor Hall to Boston might go down as the best trade Bruins’ General Manager Don Sweeney has made. Hall and center Curtis Lazar were acquired for forward Anders Bjork and a second-round pick. That is about as much a fleecing as […]Read More
Current lineup is now struggling in Detroit
The Detroit Red Wings started the season with a 3-0-2 record, and everything looked like it was going Detroit’s way. Fast forward four days, and it seems like the season is starting to spiral into an uncontrollable tailspin. Two miserable losses in three days can make a team feel inept. A team that has missed […]Read More