Is This Goodbye For Jakob Chychrun?
In 2016, the Coyotes took a chance on Jakob Chychrun, drafting him 16th overall. Just a young kid from Boca Raton, Florida, he worked his way to being a first round draft pick. He has been nothing shy of amazing. Unfortunately, in 2021 the Coyotes began having in-depth discussions regarding his mentality and happiness. Then […]Read More
Patrick Kane to the Avs?
Apparently, winning the Stanley Cup isn’t good enough for the Colorado Avalanche. NHL insider Elliotte Friedman has specifically mentioned the Avalanche as a team who could make a play for the career-long Chicago Blackhawks right winger. The Avs contacted the Blackhawks last year about the availability of Kane. However, at that time, Colorado had less […]Read More
Red Wings Acquire and Sign Pending Free Agent Ville Husso
Just an hour ahead of round two of the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, the Detroit Red Wings and St. Louis Blues made a surprising trade. The Red Wings acquire pending unrestricted free agent goaltender Ville Husso from St. Louis in exchange for a 2022 third-round pick. The Red Wings then immediately came to terms with […]Read More
Report: Detroit Linked to Jesse Puljujarvi Ahead of the Draft
There has long been tension in the relationship between the Edmonton Oilers and 2016 fourth overall pick, Jesse Puljujarvi. With reports swirling around the past few weeks, the on-again-off-again relationship between the two will likely end sooner than later. With ten draft picks this year and the first round of the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, […]Read More
Canadiens interested in acquiring Colin White from Senators
The Montreal Canadiens are willing to pursue Ottawa Senators centre Colin White at all costs, and even more so if the Senators were to buy him out of his contract. “Prior to the deadline, there were some conversations between the Senators and Canadiens on Colin White,” wrote NHL Insider Elliotte Friedman in his 32 Thoughts […]Read More
Capitals Looking to Free Agency and Trade to Replace Backstrom
Washington Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom under went partial hip replacement surgery in Belgium on June 18 and his rehabilitation timeline will be “lengthy”. Backstrom is an elite playmaking pivot with almost a point per game for his career. Replacing him will not be easy. Expect the Capitals to be aggressive in trying to fill the […]Read More
Could Jeff Petry Be a Potential Fit in Detroit?
After making the Stanley cup final only eleven months prior, the Montreal Canadiens now own the first overall pick after their worst season since the 1939-40 season. Montreal traded Shea Weber’s contract this past Thursday to the Vegas Golden Knights to ease their salary cap restraints, as their Captain will likely never play again. Likely […]Read More
Could the Red Wings and Canucks Be Potential Trade Partners?
With the Stanley Cup Playoffs in full swing, teams that have missed the postseason are looking towards the summer, where there is the hope of change and hopefully future success the following season. This is familiar territory for the Detroit Red Wings, who haven’t competed in the Stanley Cup Playoffs since 2016. Sources have indicated […]Read More
Bruins: Looking Back at the “Wins and “Losses” in Don Sweeney’s Trade History
Boston Bruins general manager is nearing a contract extension with the club and took some responsibility for the team’s first-round exit at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes. One of the great debates about the Bruins is the evaluation of Sweeney as the general manager. Some fans would love the Bruins to move on, and […]Read More
The Nick Leddy Trade Helps the Red Wings Now and In the Future
The 2021 NHL trade deadline was highlighted by Steve Yzerman making a surprise trade that sent Anthony Mantha to the Washington Capitals in exchange for Jakub Vrana, Richard Panik, a 2021 first-round pick, and a 2022 second-round pick. While the Red Wings didn’t make as big of a flash this past Monday, the management team […]Read More