Over the course of this week, I’ll be putting out a re-draft of the NHL Entry Drafts from 2006-2012, re-picking the lottery picks (Top 14) of each draft, with the benefit of hindsight. Next up, 2007… The 2007 Draft saw Patrik Kane taken 1st overall and 10 years later, he’s considered one of the best […]Read more "NHL Re-Draft – 2007"
Over the course of this week, I’ll be putting out a re-draft of the NHL Entry Drafts from 2006-2012, re-picking the lottery picks (Top 14) of each draft, with the benefit of hindsight. First off, we go all the way back to 2006… The 2006 Draft saw defenseman Erik Johnson selected first overall, followed by […]Read more "NHL Re-Draft – 2006"
Mid-August generally doesn’t bring a lot of hockey news, as the Entry Draft and the Free Agent Frenzy have both come and gone, and training camps are still weeks away. Amid this lack of news, NHL Network Analyst Brian Lawton sent out an intriguing tweet about the Bruins and their current restricted free agent David […]Read more "How Good Is David Pastrnak?"
Matt Duchene’s name has been swirling in trade rumors for months, but the question is, what would it take to acquire him? Is Duchene a first line centre? A key piece of a Stanley Cup winning team? Well first let’s start off with what is a first-line centre these days. What is a “First-Line” Centre? […]Read more "What is the Cost of a 1st Line Centre?"
With the NHL Expansion Draft coming up, the protected lists from all 30 teams were released. While most selections were expected, there were some players left exposed that present intriguing options for the Vegas Golden Knights. The big caveat in all of this is the side deals teams may make with Vegas to protect their […]Read more "20 Intriguing Exposed Players for Vegas"
On June 15, Montreal made a splash and acquired the rights French-Canadian winger Jonathan Drouin, and promptly signed him to a 6 year, $33 million contract. After this signing, many thought this spelled the end of Alex Galchenyuk’s time in Montreal, as he is a restricted free agent, in need of a contract, and doesn’t […]Read more "Trading Alex Galchenyuk – Why It’s A Bad Idea"
There’s a lot of weight placed on scoring the first goal of the game, to get off on the right foot so you don’t open the game chasing and trying to catch up. While scoring the first goal of the game is important, a more underrated aspect is scoring the third goal of the game. […]Read more "The Underrated Importance of Scoring The Third Goal"