Wild: Facing the Reality of Another Nothing Season

The Minnesota Wild are in trouble. After dropping a 4-2 decision to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday, the team finds themselves in the league’s basement along with the New Jersey Devils and Ottawa Senators. The Wild boast a minus-11 goal differential, which makes them the second worst team in the league to the Devils.Continue reading “Wild: Facing the Reality of Another Nothing Season”

2017-2018 Season Preview: Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild have been happy to find themselves in the post-season for each of the past five seasons, but they haven’t made it past the second round and that’s not sitting well. The club did pick up a franchise-best 49 wins last season and they reached 106 points, but they were eliminated in theContinue reading “2017-2018 Season Preview: Minnesota Wild”

Anaheim Ducks Fire Bruce Boudreau

The Anaheim Ducks have fired head coach Bruce Boudreau. The move isn’t overly surprising, with the Ducks just recently losing a fourth straight Game Seven in the Stanley Cup playoffs. While Boudreau was behind the bench as Anaheim won the Pacific Division four times in a row, he was also behind the bench as hisContinue reading “Anaheim Ducks Fire Bruce Boudreau”

Verbal Sparring Sets Tone for Game Three in Montreal

With the series between the Washington Capitals and the Montreal Canadiens moving to the Bell Centre on Monday night, things are heating up just at the right time. The crowd at the Bell Centre is expected to be raucous, to say the least, and the verbal sparring underway off the ice should give the environmentContinue reading “Verbal Sparring Sets Tone for Game Three in Montreal”