What Went Wrong: Detroit Red Wings

2018-2019 was, unsurprisingly, another bad season for the Detroit Red Wings. The club finished seventh in the Atlantic Division and 14th in the Eastern Conference. The Red Wings finished up with a 32-40-10 record. To their credit, they did manage seven wins in their last 10 games. That’s…something. But by missing the playoffs for theContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Detroit Red Wings”

Flyers: Philly Hires Alain Vigneault as New Head Coach

The Philadelphia Flyers have named Alain Vigneault as their new head coach, the team announced Monday. Vigneault becomes the 21st head coach in franchise history, joining the team after a five year stint with the New York Rangers that came to an end in 2017-2018. This is the fourth team for the 57-year-old, who coachedContinue reading “Flyers: Philly Hires Alain Vigneault as New Head Coach”

Ducks: Head Coach Carlyle Out, Murray In (For Now)

The Anaheim Ducks have fired head coach Randy Carlyle. The team made the announcement Sunday, placing general manager and executive vice president Bob Murray in charge of the post for the rest of the season. “What has happened here lately and how we have played, it was time for change,” Murray said. “Some people thoughtContinue reading “Ducks: Head Coach Carlyle Out, Murray In (For Now)”

Sabres: Dahlin Ups the Ante, but Buffalo Still Struggles

Being a fan of the Buffalo Sabres isn’t easy. In 2017-2018, the club won just 25 games and allowed 81 more goals against than goals scored. They were dead last in the standings. Jack Eichel was a rare bright spot, scoring 64 points in just 67 games. He had a team-leading 25 goals and aContinue reading “Sabres: Dahlin Ups the Ante, but Buffalo Still Struggles”

2018 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees Revealed

The Hockey Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 was revealed Tuesday, with Martin Brodeur, Martin St. Louis, Willie O’Ree, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, Alexander Yakushev, and Jayna Hefford set for induction. The ceremony will take place November 12 at the Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario. Brodeur is a first-time eligible candidate and three-time StanleyContinue reading “2018 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees Revealed”