We’re set to tackle the second group of franchises rounding out one of the most competitive divisions in hockey.
The Central Division sent five teams to the playoffs, including the Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche.
For the Winnipeg Jets, the 2021-2022 season did not go as planned.
Since the trade deadline, the New York Rangers have shown the league they are in it to win it, regardless of any records set or broken along the way.
Just over four weeks are remaining in the 2021 NHL regular season. Most playoff races across the league are wrapped up. However, the battle for seeding across the four divisions still rages on.
With the NHL trade deadline less than 24 hours away, the market has already started to take shape.
The Winnipeg Jets are in one of the more interesting situations in the NHL. They currently sit out of a playoff spot but have been on a good roll as of late, at 6-3-1 in their last 10.
This week found the New York Rangers on a four-game road trip. It started out decently with a win over the Winnipeg Jets.
The NHL All-Star Break is officially behind us. This means that the unofficial second half of the 2021 season is underway.
With the beginning of February in sight, the 2021 NHL Season is more than halfway in the books. The year continues to be dominated by unlikely faces.