The time until camps open is draining remorselessly away. There are still some high quality restricted and unrestricted free agents who don’t have contracts going into the season. Teams are walking into a trap that not only will leave them
The Nashville Predators had an enviable stretch of year where they made the playoffs and even advanced to the second round. That run was ended last year, and ended cruelly with a lottery placing. If you’d asked most hockey observers
Most people would say the goaltender is the most important player on a successful hockey team. This was certainly true for two of the last three Stanley Cup winners. One of those goaltenders is a UFA. Ray Emery, his number
This is probably the most asked, least answered question in Boston sports. The answer is complex, and involves more than a few moving pieces. Health: The Bruins have certainly had less than average amounts of injuries, and unfortunately the two
The current labor situation is filled with reasons to reexamine what we know. Let’s start with the facts: The NHL Ownership has staked out a position that appears to be a draconian assault on the players union. Anyone paying attention
The Jordan Staal trade short circuited a hype fest that could have gone on all summer and right up to the trade deadline. It’s kinda disappointing honestly. Sure it’ll be fun to see how many times announcers and the press
Recently some interesting and oh-so-timely news came out of one of the Boston newsies regarding one of the Bruins goalies possibly being traded. While there was certainly a reason behind that article, I’m not sure it was a reasonable writeup.
With the CBA negotiations looking more and more likely to vent heat from both sides, the possibility we will see a large number of high end UFA’s all at once is growing daily. In addition to those top UFA’s this