Author: Ray Aniston

Ray Aniston has been writing and podcasting for several websites in recent years. This new venture is the first to have a site covering the entire NHL and not just a single team.

Seven Teams That Need to Become Cap Compliant Before Season

There are currently seven teams who are over the in-season cap rules. The in-season cap for next season will be 83.5 million USD. The good news for those teams is that they have a 10% cap flexibility applied to their rosters during the off-season, so they still have time to determine their next move. Some […]

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Can a Canadian team win the Stanley Cup for the first time in 20 years?

As the birthplace of modern-day ice hockey, Canada is where some of the best hockey players in the world come from. It’s a country that prides itself on hockey, and for good reason. Recently, many have been wondering when a Canadian team will take home the Cup. Let’s take a closer look at what we […]

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NJ Devils: Siegenthaler-Hamilton Pairing Shines

If you’re a New Jersey Devils fan, there isn’t a need to get you excited about your team; you’re already there. Atop the division and second in the league only to the equally hot Boston Bruins, New Jersey is enjoying a start to the season unlike any other. The Devils, a team that’s only seen […]

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What’s Going on With the Canucks?

The Vancouver Canucks are one of the best and most popular teams in the National Hockey League (NHL). Each year, they’re tipped to challenge for the championship, but so far in the 2022-23 season, they’ve floundered.  In this guide, we’ll take a look at the Cancucks’ current season performance, particularly focusing on their early games and comparing them to last year. […]

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NHL Fails To Produce World Cup of Hockey for 2024

The NHL and NHLPA have released a joint statement regarding the World Cup of Hockey situation. “Over the last year, the NHL and the NHLPA have been working on plans to conduct the next World Cup of Hockey, the premier international best-on-best hockey tournament, in February 2024. Unfortunately, in the current environment it is not […]

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NHL’s Bottom of the Barrel: What’s Next?

There are currently five NHL teams who have fewer than 10-points this season. Those teams have played at least ten games, meaning their point percentage is well below .500. If you’re a fan of the Columbus Blue Jackets, St. Louis Blues, San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks, or the Ottawa Senators, you’ve probably started this season […]

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Can Juuse Saros Manage the Workload in Nashville?

The Nashville Predators will turn to Juuse Saros again this season to carry a heavy workload and to perform in a way that will keep a team with high expectations happy. The 27-year-old, 5’11, 180lbs goaltender saw his workload increase last year and will likely see that same trend this year. Before diving into workload […]

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NHL Special Events: 2022-2023 Season Preview

As we head speeding toward the pre-season, the NHL is preparing to return to the world stage for the first time since a global pandemic. Yes, the outdoor games will be back in style, but for the first time since 2019, the NHL will return to the international stage in four discrete destinations. In addition […]

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Canucks Luke Schenn

NHL versus NFL: Which sports league is tougher?

The NHL and the NFL are two of the most physically demanding sports leagues in the world, famed for a high level of physicality and player aggression. While hockey and football are two completely different sports, there are several similarities. These are most notably concerned with player contact, as both sports encourage an inherently physical […]

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Gary Bettman Press Conference

The Highest Earners in the NHL

As the fifth-wealthiest professional sports league worldwide, the National Hockey League has some of the highest earners in global sport. Few other games can match hockey’s high-octane and immensely physical nature, so it’s unsurprising that the players are rewarded so handsomely. Moreover, with an average of 460,000 television viewers for each NHL match, there’s no […]

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