Hejduk Named Captain of Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche have named Milan Hejduk their new team captain. “This is obviously a big honor,” Hejduk said. “It’s a great thing. I really love it. It was really a surprise for me. It’s a really big accomplishment. I’ve been in the League for a long time and this is really cool.” He isContinue reading “Hejduk Named Captain of Avalanche”

Sweet, Sweet Fantasy: Keep Kulikov in Your Sights

For those who pay attention to hockey in the Sunshine State, the Florida Panthers have been undergoing a remodelling designed to change the fortunes of a team that has been lingering in the league’s laugh factory far too long. While part of the plan for GM Dale Tallon involves bringing in new blood, like KrisContinue reading “Sweet, Sweet Fantasy: Keep Kulikov in Your Sights”

Stamkos Agrees to Deal with Lightning

The Tampa Bay Lightning have locked in a key component of their hockey club in signing Steven Stamkos to a five-year deal worth $37.5 million. That’s good for a modest cap hit of $7.5 million per year. “Steven is extremely important to this franchise and is part of the foundation of our hockey team,” generalContinue reading “Stamkos Agrees to Deal with Lightning”

Crosby Resumes On-Ice Workouts

Our unofficial fan poll on what the 2010-2011 NHL season will most be remembered for has “Crosby’s concussion” at 17 percent currently. Indeed it was hard to talk about last season without mentioning the fact that one of the game’s greatest players missed most of the year. Pittsburgh Penguins centre Sidney Crosby hasn’t played sinceContinue reading “Crosby Resumes On-Ice Workouts”

Jets Trying to Make it Work with Ladd

Man, it feels weird and AWESOME to be writing about the Winnipeg Jets. The club is currently working with captain Andrew Ladd, as the 25 year old remains without a contract and on the border of arbitration. In fact, Ladd expects to file for arbitration Tuesday and has until 5 pm ET to do so.Continue reading “Jets Trying to Make it Work with Ladd”