Quick fixes for what ails the Los Angeles Kings

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment At the start of the New Year, the Los Angeles Kings were tied for the second spot in the Western Conference. They even looked likely to challenge the Tampa Bay Lightning for league supremacy. But a six-game losing streak brought L.A. quickly back to the pack. Are […]

American Stoppers: Can USA goalies go from anonymity to Olympic glory?

1:24 PM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Great moments are born from great opportunity. Outside of dragging the Soviets over their assumed dominance, this has always been the most memorable part of the speech coach Herb Brooks delivered to the U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team before their “Miracle On Ice” in […]

USA Hockey GM Johannson dies at age 53

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Jim Johannson, the general manager of USA Hockey who helped put together an American Olympic team without NHL players, has died at the age of 53. Jim Johannson was the heart and soul of American hockey The Rochester, Minn., native oversaw the U.S. National Team Development Program […]

NHL trade asset tiers: Buyer’s guide to the deadline

Jan 15, 2018 Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Parity has bestowed many gifts upon the NHL, like keeping fans engaged deep into the season as their teams hang around the playoff bubble, kept afloat by a combination of prevalent mediocrity and overtime charity points. But parity has also made the NHL trade […]

Why the Bruins are a legit Cup contender

7:10 PM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Coming into the season, the Boston Bruins appeared to meet all the qualifications of a team whose window to win a Stanley Cup was closed. The B’s looked as if they would be heavily reliant on stars who were either in the latter years […]

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