There has been no shortage of storylines surrounding the Pacific Division during the NHL offseason.
The Vancouver Canucks were looking to rebound off a disastrous year in 2021 in which they were hampered by injuries while also battling COVID-19.
After a slow start to the season, the Vancouver Canucks have been a different team since Bruce Brodeau took over.
This past week the New York Rangers took on three teams that are potential playoff teams. But, unfortunately, they only came away with one win.
The juggernaut that is the Colorado Avalanche might be the best team in the league. However, they are not above the trade deadline.
With the halfway point of the 2021 NHL season in sight, we have reached the midway point of January. The league is still forced to postpone games on a nightly basis as a result of COVID-19 and crowd limits in Canada.
The NHL has continued to dominate the news cycle over the last week. With Covid-19 beginning to loom large over the league once again, multiple teams have been shut down or had games postponed.
Continuing to roll right along with the 2021-2022 NHL season, the home stretch of November is upon us. The one-month mark is now behind us.
Rolling right along with the 2021-2022 NHL season, November is officially upon us. With a month of every team’s campaigns now in the rearview mirror, crunch time is upon us.
There have been times the New York Rangers were better on the road than they were at home. Unfortunately, this road trip is not a prime example of that.