Flames: Calgary’s Shopping for a Right-Side D-Man

The Calgary Flames are looking for a right-side defenceman, so it’s safe to say Brad Treliving knows what he’s after as he heads out trick-or-treating this Halloween. According to TSN’s Darren Dreger, the Flames are still trying to pad down that right side after the departure of T.J. Brodie. Calgary did snag Chris Tanev fromContinue reading “Flames: Calgary’s Shopping for a Right-Side D-Man”

2019-2020 Season Preview: New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils made serious waves this summer, boosting their roster with the acquisitions of P.K. Subban and Wayne Simmonds while also drafting Jack Hughes with their number one draft pick. Will the moves result in a reversal of fortunes for New Jersey, who’ve only made the playoffs once in the past eight seasons?Continue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: New Jersey Devils”

2017-2018 Season Preview: Anaheim Ducks

With roughly two months to go until hockey returns, it’s time to take a quick look at the NHL’s 31(!!) teams. First up, the Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks are coming off a disappointing 2016-2017 season, with elimination at the hands of the Nashville Predators in the Western Conference Final. But the club is ready toContinue reading “2017-2018 Season Preview: Anaheim Ducks”

Teams Are Kicking the Tires on Sami Vatanen

If you’re into rumours, you’re probably into Sami Vatanen right now. The 26-year-old Anaheim Ducks defenceman is at the top of many “trade bait” lists and the impending expansion draft on June 21st is doing little to quell the talk. That’s because the Ducks have a decision to make with respect to Vatanen, as they’llContinue reading “Teams Are Kicking the Tires on Sami Vatanen”

Anaheim Ducks Continue to Climb

It’s safe to say that the Anaheim Ducks have emerged as the team most people knew they could be. Back in November, we explored the virtues of the club as they began to pull out of the slump. And now with 2016 in the works, the Ducks have a 16-15-7 record and are third inContinue reading “Anaheim Ducks Continue to Climb”