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2010 NHL Playoffs: Five Players That Stepped Up in Round Two

May 12th, 2010
Every year a new story begins in April and ends in June. Each time it's written differently. It will have new twists, new characters, and new champions. I am of course talking about the playoffs. And, like every story, the NHL playoffs has a few heroes. But who are those key ...

Three Hottest NHL Teams Heading into the Playoffs

April 14th, 2010
#3. Boston Bruins This isn't something that I would have predicted a few weeks ago. Many fans didn't even think they would make the playoffs. In the month of January, they only won three games and went 10 consecutive games without a win between late January and early February. Recently, that terrible ...

Three NHL Teams That Should Start Over

April 13th, 2010
With the NHL finally entering the playoffs, there are many teams fighting for the Stanley Cup. For the next month and a half, all attention will be put on the playoffs as fans watch their favorite teams make cup runs. The thing we can't forget is that many other teams missed ...

2010 NHL Playoff Predictions: Who will Win All the First-Round Matchups

April 11th, 2010
A few months ago, the standings were a lot different. The Red Wings weren't in the top eight of the Western Conference, the Avalanche were competing against Vancouver for the division lead, and the Flyers still had their goalies. All of that has changed. The Red Wings have risen from ninth ...

Who Will Win the Playoff Battle Between Colorado Avalanche and Calgary Flames?

April 3rd, 2010
Colorado and Calgary have played two pivotal games against each other in the last three weeks. The first was on March 17 when the Flames beat the Avalanche 3-2 in Colorado. At the time, this game wasn't a big deal because there was so much space between the two teams. That's the way ...

The Three Coldest Teams in the NHL

March 25th, 2010
I love watching hockey at the end of the season. The teams always work hard, and the players are always more emotional. In some ways, it can be just as exciting as playoff hockey. The unfortunate part is that the hard work these teams put in doesn't always pay off. Some teams ...

Florida Panthers: With Season Coming to a Close, What Do the Panthers Play for?

March 20th, 2010
  The Florida Panthers are in the same position they've been in for the last decade, as they simply just can't win. Another year, another disappointing product. For over a decade, Panther fans have been saying there's always next year. It's the same story every season, as the Panthers are always looking to next ...

Top Five Set-Up Men in the NHL

March 16th, 2010
At the NHL level, it's nearly impossible to rely on one player to score goals. If you want to win games, you need to have set-up men that can continuously make smart plays that lead to more goals. A good set-up man has a few characteristics. Obviously, he has to be ...

Possible Rebuilding Process For the Florida Panthers

March 11th, 2010
Before the trade deadline, there were a ton of rumors surrounding the Panthers. None of which materialized. The most popular/unpopular was the Vokoun rumor that would have sent him to the Chicago Blackhawks.  Stuff like this happens every year, people start thinking that their best players are bargaining chips instead of ...

Florida Panthers Make Another Trade: As Predicted, Dennis Seidenberg Is Gone

March 3rd, 2010
Over the last few days, Florida has dealt away some of their defensive assets. Jordan Leopold has already been traded to Pittsburgh, and, as predicted, Dennis Seidenberg was also involved in a deal. Seidenberg will be headed to the Boston Bruins, who already have the fifth best defense in the NHL (2.44 ...