Columbus Creates Maximum Flexibility for Offseason Moves
Efficient, not sexy captures the 2023 NHL trade deadline for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Trading D- Vladislav Gavrikov and G- Joonas Korpisalo to the Los Angeles Kings for 2023 first and third round draft picks (if the Kings make the playoffs, otherwise it is two second round draft picks) gave Blue Jackets GM Jarmo Kekalainen […]Read More
The Sad State of the Blue Jackets
There was a lot to look forward to when it came to the Columbus Blue Jackets heading into this season. They shocked the hockey world by signing unrestricted free agent Johnny Gaudreau to a seven-year, $68.25 million contract on the first day of free agency. Adding him to a roster that already had the likes […]Read More
Holiday Wish List for the Columbus Blue Jackets
Jingle those bells, Santa Clause, is coming to town!!! With final decorating touches being made and final Wish List add-ons being written, it is a wonderful time of year. For the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Wish List is well pretty extensive. The rebuilding Blue Jackets have regressed in all phases of the game. There is […]Read More
Patrik Laine, out 3-4 weeks, who will step in for the Columbus Blue Jackets?
The Johnny Gaudreau/ Patrik Laine show has been postponed. During Wednesday night’s season opener against the Carolina Hurricanes, Laine suffered a sprained elbow and will be sidelined for 3-4 weeks. Both Laine and the Blue Jackets dodged a bullet, as the injury could have been worse. Patrik Laine scored the lone goal for the Blue […]Read More
Opinion: Forsberg stays in Nashville, but for how long?
A few weeks prior to the deadline, Filip Forsberg and apparently everyone else in the hockey world was shocked by the news that Predators General Manager David Poile was shopping the veteran left-winger. Forsberg is in the final months of a six-year $36 million contract that has an AAV of $6 million. Forsberg reportedly wants […]Read More
Bruins Last Minute Collapses: Concern or Overreaction?
For those that have tuned into the last four Boston Bruins games, you have certainly noticed a pattern in three of those. Something that usually doesn’t happen to the Bruins has suddenly snuck up and left them snake bitten. While this is most likely an overreaction that every Bruins fan is hoping for, the uneasy […]Read More
Bruin’s West Coast Round-Up
Winning on the road is always challenging but an essential aspect of a championship-caliber team looking to make a playoff push and a run for the Cup. Having a team that can overcome the long flights, hotel lifestyle, and back-to-back games on the road while navigating the environment and energy of an opposing team’s rink […]Read More