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By Mike Luciano For my first article, I’ll start off with a brief introduction. I’m Mike, 21 years old, from Eastchester, New York but I currently reside in Buffalo. I’m entering my fourth year of undergraduate studies, where I’m pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in English. I’m a New Jersey Devils fan of eighteen years and [...]
By Christopher Decker When most avid hockey fans think of the words “youth movement,” they rarely ever think of the New York Rangers. In fact, up until a few years ago, that phrase was extra-terrestrial even to most New York fans. Let’s face it – ten years ago, rebuilding was never an option in the [...]
By Bob Haynes Jr. This season is going to be a little crazy as teams travel to the Southeast division in Northwestern Canada. This first article is going to take a look at my suggested realignment plan and I will explain how this plan will work. Geography builds rivalries With this in mind each arena [...]
By Steven Ellis The Edmonton Oilers have been one of the worst teams in the NHL since making the Stanley Cup finals in 2006, but the future looks bright for the Oil. With drafting Ryan Nugent-Hopkins first overall in 2011, and Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Magnus Paajarvi and Linus Omark already on the team , [...]
By Christopher Decker I figured before I jumped right into hockey talk, I’d give all of THG’s followers a quick introduction – as I was recently added to THG’s team as the New York Rangers columnist. First off, I’d like to thank Dustin Leed for giving me this awesome opportunity to talk and write about [...]
By Steven Ellis It’s August 5, and you know what that means: 62 days until the start of the NHL regular season! That’s 62 days free agents have to sign with a club. Most rosters are set and some goalies are out of luck. That includes Marty Turco, Mike Brodeur, Pascal Leclaire and Martin Gerber, [...]
When an independent arbitrator awarded defenseman Shea Weber a record one-year, $7.5 million salary yesterday for the 2011-12 season, it brought a harsh NHL reality to the forefront for the Nashville Predators.