To get you ready for the upcoming 2014-15 season, we’re going team by team with a look at what’s changed for each team This edition covers the eight teams of the Metropolitan Division:
The Carolina Hurricanes are in a transition year to be polite. This team isn’t projected to finish that […]Read More →
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman will not commit to a World Cup of Hockey returning just yet.
“At this point to announce we […]Read More →
The New Jersey Devils are in unfamiliar waters as they failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second straight season and have missed the playoffs three out the last four seasons. The only trip to the playoffs came in 2012 when the team went all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals […]Read More →
The National Hockey League is all about change, but one thing they will not do is sell advertising space on the jerseys just yet.Read More →
On Wednesday Saku Koivu announced his retirement after 18 NHL seasons with the Montreal Canadiens and the Anaheim Ducks leaving the game as one of the most respected players.Read More →
Scott Gomez’s journey in the National Hockey League is coming full circle.
Gomez is hoping to join a long line of former Devils who have gotten another chance to come back home and play with the organization. He will attend training camp on an unsigned tryout basis.Read More →