“Don’t fix what isn’t broken” is a timeless saying. We apply it to the radical change of person, thing, or idea where it’s entirely unnecessary. This case is up for debate as the Carolina Hurricanes have gone a very different route with their newest incarnation of their away jersey. Let’s take a look at this fresh out of the oven piece. Enemies, take warning ⚠️ @CanesNHL are bringing their name in bold to rival territory this season. #NHL #adizero #adidashockey pic.twitter.com/4110Nks1Ec — adidas Hockey (@adidashockey) August 20, 2019 Background The Carolina Hurricanes have hyped this jersey up for weeks now on social media, and weRead More →

After a great run from 2012-2014, the Los Angeles Kings have struggled to find success, so with this, they’ve brought in plenty of young talent to solidify their future. Players like Anze Kopitar and Drew Doughty obviously won’t last much longer in the league, so do the Kings have the prospect pool to replace their aging stars? Alex Turcotte, C With the 5th overall selection of the 2019 Draft, the Kings selected center Alex Turcotte from the USNTDP. Turcotte put up 53 points in 30 games last season, which is very good, but he’s even more crucial on defense. He was easily the best two-wayRead More →

The Blackhawks organization was stuck between a rock and a hard place selecting third overall in the 2019 Entry Draft. With a defensive logjam already in their pool, consisting of Ian Mitchell, Adam Boqvist, Nicolas Beaudin, Chad Krys, and, at the time, Henri Jokiharju, Bowen Byram already seemed like the selection for them not to make. This narrowed it down to players like Alex Turcotte, Kirby Dach, and Alex Newhook.  Alex Turcotte, C Turcotte, going into the draft, seemed to be the best possible option behind the obvious picks of Kaapo Kakko and Jack Hughes, and he looked to fit the role that the BlackhawksRead More →

The term ‘Mr Irrelevant’ is given the player picked last in the NFL draft, but what happens if we apply it to the NHL? What if instead of just looking at the last player picked, we worked our way backwards and picked an entire team? 12 forwards (four from each position), eight defensemen and two goalies. Mr Irrelevant just became Team Irrelevant. Starting with the 2010 draft, we’ll take a look at each member of our team and explore how their NHL career has panned out since draft day: Forwards – Centre Embed from Getty Images Joonas Rask – you might be wondering is JoonasRead More →