Former New Jersey Devil Jason Arnott officially announced his retirement on Tuesday November 5, 2013 after 18 seasons in the National Hockey League.Read More →
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The NHL announced Saturday that the Columbus Blue Jackets and the city of Columbus have been selected to host the 2015 NHL All-Star Game.
The midseason festivities will take place Jan. 24-25, 2015 and include the NHL All-Star Skills Competition at Nationwide Arena.
“The All-Star celebration is a marquee [...]Read More →
The Pacific Division is very interesting heading into the season. Several of the teams within the division have a case to make a run at the division title and even to the Stanley Cup this year. The race to get there could be tight all season.
Los Angeles Kings
The Los Angeles Kings won the [...]Read More →
The new realignment plan took away Detroit and Columbus from the Central Division, but there is still plenty of intrigue within the division as the 2013-14 season approaches. Not only do the defending champs reside in the Central, but the competition for the final playoff spots may be fiercer than ever.
The Central Division
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The New Jersey Devils head on a five game road trip through Canada beginning on Monday. The Devils are looking to rebound after dropping the opening two games of the season as they try to establish an identity.
The Devils did not practice on Saturday as the team flew to Edmonton, and practiced there Sunday [...]Read More →
The Northeast division was the surprise division in the NHL last season with four of the five teams making the playoffs. That division stays in tact with an old original six rival from the West in the Detroit Red Wings plus a pair of Florida teams joining the group. The new Atlantic Division will still [...]Read More →
The wait is almost over for the puck to drop on the 2013-14 season. Training camps are coming to a close and the season is right around the corner. It is going to be a lot different this season with the new divisional alignments, but the Metropolitan Division will look very familiar to fans, who remember [...]Read More →
The New York Rangers have finally gotten their number one center back into the fold after lengthy contract talks.
The New York Rangers and center Derek Stepan have reached an agreement on a two-year contract that will pay the restricted free agent $6.15 million. Terms were not disclosed, but according to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre [...]Read More →
With the Washington Capitals announcing they will be hosting the 2015 NHL Winter Classic, thoughts have turned to what other places may see outdoor games next season.
Chris Botta of Sports Business Journal and Daily reports the 2014-15 seasons could see four or five outdoor games happen. This scenario is similar to what’s going on this [...]Read More →
It turns out that all the rumors last week about the Washington Capitals getting a Winter Classic game were true.
On Saturday, during the team’s Capitals Convention, team owner Ted Leonsis announced that his team would be hosting the Winter Classic in Washington, D.C. on January 1, 2015.
“We are extremely excited to host [...]Read More →