NHL Blog Beat – March 20, 2012.

Radulov winging his way to Nashville…Comparing Stamkos 50-goal performance with those of yesteryear…A Canucks supporter masquerades as a Lightning fan…The thin line between a stockpile and a logjam in goal…Hamonic improving with Isles…NBC to air more playoff double-headers this year…99 facts about 100-point scorers…The greatest players of the 1970s…A look at the playoff bubble teams.

PUCK DADDY: Greg Wyshynski shares a photo of Alexander Radulov flying to Nashville, and boy, are his arms gonna be tired! Bazinga!

How does Stamkos' 50-goal season stack up against others?

BACKHAND SHELF: Justin Bourne compares Steven Stamkos’ 50-goal (and counting) season with those of yesteryear.

SMUGNATION.COM: Canucks fan Brian Beitz went to Florida on vacation and opted to check out the Tampa Bay Lightning (Hat tip to John Fontana of Raw Charge for the link).

VIEW FROM MY SEATS: Scotty Wazz looks at the thin line between a team having a stockpile and a logjam in goal.

THE CHECKING LINE: Rob McGowan on sophomore Islanders defenseman Travis Hamonic’s development this season.

PUCK THE MEDIA: Stephen Lepore reports NBC will air two doubleheaders during this year’s conference quarterfinals. Hopefully, they won’t interfere with any horse races.

THE GOOD POINT present 99 facts about NHL 100-point scorers.

GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier lists the greatest NHL players of the 1970s. Talkin’ ’bout my generation!

DOWN GOES BROWN: A look at the current NHL bubble teams, bursting them with hilarity.

1 Comment

  1. Lafleur, Orr and Dionne, where the best in my opinion to bring crowds to the their feet in the 70’s. They where game changers no doubt about it. Dionne has often been forgotten, as he did not play on cup championship teams. But, he remains the Quebec born player, that has scored the most goals in the NHL.