NHL Blog Beat – April 28, 2014
Reaction to another early playoff exit by the Blues, George McPhee’s legacy with the Capitals, Sidney Crosby’s goal-scoring drought and much more in today’s collection of hockey blogging goodness.
Another painful early playoff exit for the Blues.
ST. LOUIS GAME TIME: “Blues Are Broken And It’s Time To Make Changes“, “How The Front Office Failed.”
PUCK DADDY/SB NATION/JAPERS’ RINK/ON FROZEN BLOG: Reaction to the Washington Capitals firing GM George McPhee and his legacy with the club.
THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Mike Colligan examines the lengthy goal-scoring drought of Penguins captain Sidney Crosby.
GRANTLAND: Cam Charron evaluates Crosby playoff performance, while Sean McIndoe looks back on the NHL week that was.
SUNBELT HOCKEY JOURNAL: Andrew Luistro with a two-part examination of the Carolina Hurricanes salary cap situation.
WINGING IT IN MOTOWN: Reflecting on a Detroit Red Wings season of injuries, success and despair.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier has some Vezina Trophy trivia.