This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League. Teams: The Philadelphia Flyers would be the first team to fire their head coach promoting Peter Laviolette to
We’re a week into the new NHL season. Teams have played between two and four games, and several possibly sustainable surprises have come out of the first seven days. Anaheim Ducks: Secondary scoring may actually be a factor this
One of the best coaches in the NHL was fired, and his general manager‘s loss, could push another coach out the door. Peter Laviolette has won the Stanley Cup as coach of the Carolina Hurricanes, and the AHL championship with
We are one week into the NHL season. With so few games having been played, and so many new players and coaches, the standings at this point are almost meaningless. The points matter a little, but even the teams that
This irregular feature will run when I get bored. It will ask one scintillating question about each NHL team. Anaheim Ducks: Can this team take advantage of its abundance of youth to compliment its savvy and skilled veteran core?
Of the two eastern divisions, this one has the most teams who turned in a middling performance last year and put together the points needed to make the playoffs. New Jersey Devils: Good news: One of the most changed teams
Goalie may be the most important position in all of sports. In hockey they are not only the last line of defense, playing more minutes a year than any skater, they are often the spark plug for offensive breakouts. Some
This feature will follow the various non-news tv shows surrounding the NHL and NHL teams. What a confusing morass of not a lot. This is an anti-documentary. Zero context, just nothing. They show all 11 goals in the first game
The Phoenix Coyotes summer overshadowed the season. The single most important event to happen since the franchise landed in the deseret, owners took over who were committed to keeping the Coyotes in Glendale. The team’s season wasn’t what they wanted.