Number Crunching: 2009-2010 Season’s Best

With the end of another NHL regular season in the books, it’s time to take a breather before the playoffs start to take a look back at the season that was from a numbers perspective. We already know that Henrik Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks will take home the Art Ross trophy. He becomes theContinue reading “Number Crunching: 2009-2010 Season’s Best”

Canucks Lock Up Coach Vigneault

In locking up head coach Alain Vigneault through to the 2012-2013 NHL season, the Vancouver Canucks have sealed the puzzle for the upcoming season and seem to have all the pieces in place. Vigneault’s contract would have expired at the conclusion of the 2009-2010 season and might have left some question marks on the club’sContinue reading “Canucks Lock Up Coach Vigneault”

Senators’ Coach Clouston Moving Forward

Ottawa Senators head coach Cory Clouston has not had an easy time of it thus far. Leading the Senators from behind the bench has not been an easy task, as he’s been at the core of the Dany Heatley drama and has had to deal with a team of, let’s be honest, underachievers. Still, whenContinue reading “Senators’ Coach Clouston Moving Forward”

Oilers Prep to Exceed Low Expectations

To say that the Edmonton Oilers aren’t expected to do much in the upcoming NHL season would be an understatement. While many thought the club would be near the top of the league last year, the upcoming 2009-2010 season has most pundits and analysts pegging the Oilers as missing the playoffs altogether and taking upContinue reading “Oilers Prep to Exceed Low Expectations”