The NHL week in review, analysis of the Ranger and Oilers, learning to love the shootout, the case for the Habs to retire Guy Lapointe’s number, and much more.
PUCK DRUNK LOVE: Reviewing the NHL week that was.
PUCK DADDY: Ryan Lambert tears a strip off Flyers GM Paul Holmgren and Flyers goalie Ray Emery.
INSIDE HOCKEY: Ed Cmar examines Sergei Bobrovsky’s slow start this season.
THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Nathan Currier explains why Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin has his work cut out for him re-signing his pending free agent defensemen.
BLUE SHIRT BANTER: Evan Sporer believes the Rangers must take advantage of team speed.
PENSION PLAN PUPPETS: JP Nikota presents, “Collapsing Defensively And Breakouts 1o1”.
THE COPPER AND BLUE: Alan Hull wonders if the Oilers are taking too many shots from the perimeter.
FEAR THE FIN: How stop worrying and love the shootout.
DOBBER HOCKEY: Why getting “the scoop” on your opponents in fantasy hockey is no longer possible.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier makes the case for the Montreal Canadiens to retire Guy Lapointe’s number 5.