Month: October 2019

One of the biggest talking points this offseason in Dallas was the decision between which big fish the Dallas Stars should sign: Mats Zuccarello or Joe Pavelski. The Stars had formerly acquired Zuccarello at the 2019 Trade Deadline for two conditional draft picks. One of those conditional picks was a 2020 third-round pick which became
0 Comments
Stars GM will be patient and not feeling pressure to make a move Matthew DeFranks of the Dallas Morning News: Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill on the team’s slow start. “To say you’re going to make all these changes, people are thinking about trades or whatever, those things don’t happen overnight,” Nill said. “You just
0 Comments
7:30 AM ET Associated Press MOSCOW — A Russian hockey team has been fined after its coach threatened to set fire to a referee’s car. The Kontinental Hockey League fined Amur Khabarovsk 300,000 rubles ($4,700) after coach Alexander Gulyavtsev shouted “I’m going to set fire to your car in Perm,” a reference to the Russian
0 Comments
The Boston Bruins have a rich history in the world of hockey as an Original Six franchise, but their history of goaltenders has not always been strong. According to hockeyreference.com, 106 goalies have pulled the Bruins jersey over their pads and guarded the net. In my 26 years as a Bruins observer, I have witnessed
0 Comments
All things considered, the start of the season for the Columbus Blue Jackets has been pretty good. That is expect for one major thing. The Blue Jackets cannot finish their chances. This has resulted in losses in five of their first eight games. Their last two games in particular against the Blackhawks and Islanders were
0 Comments