The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Monday that they’ll be recognising Eric Lindros‘ contribution by retiring the number 88. Lindros was the first overall pick in 1991 and played eight seasons in the city of brotherly love. We're sending #88 to the rafters. The #Flyers will retire #88 jersey of Eric Lindros on Jan. 18: https://t.co/Prayc9rb7D pic.twitter.com/7XVxe2boTp — Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) August 28, 2017 Classy move Philly. The seven-time All Star was nominated to the Hall of Fame in 2016. The Flyers’ retirement of #88 got us thinking; which other players deserve to have their numbers retired? And by which teams? Here are some options, alongRead More →

The start of the NHL season is here, and everyone is wondering: Who will be the best in the league this year? Whether it’s the best player or the best team, everyone wants to either be the best or beat the best. The Hart Memorial trophy is handed out every year to the league’s most valuable player. Last year the finalists for the award were Jamie Benn, Sidney Crosby and Patrick Kane, with Kane being the eventual winner. At the time of publishing Auston Matthews has 4 goals in the first 40 minutes of his NHL career. He has to be the Hart favorite, right? NotRead More →