In our new series of Power Rankings we look at who is at the top and who is at the bottom, ranked entirely based on factors that are not skill. This week we start with The Worst Jersey. So, who will top the Power Rankings? In a large league like the NHL, it must be difficult for teams to come up with jerseys and logos that not only look appealing to the eye, but represent the team, it’s city and it’s fans. Couple that with the fact that many of these teams (almost a third) have come into the league in just the past 20 orRead More →

The guys are back as they cover the news of the week, including: – The firing of Gerard Gallant by the Florida Panthers – The naming of the Vegas Golden Knights – The Brent Burns extension with the San Jose Sharks – The Jimmy Howard injury and Petr Mrazek‘s turn in net They also look at what is happening at the quarter poll of the season and who they are and are not worried about, covering the Edmonton Oilers, New York Islanders, Ottawa Senators and more. They also give details about what will be happening with Hi Sticking in December, share the Pavel Bures ofRead More →

On this week’s episode, we were honored to be joined by Mike Laybourne as they talked about a variety of topics and picked the Pavel Bure’s of the week. How it works For those new to the game, for every Pavel Bure Must Watch Game you get to pick 1 player for each team who you think will score the game winning goal. If you pick the game winning goal scorer, you get 2 points. If the guy you picked assists on the winner, you get 1 point. The Standings Clantastic 9 BShareCohen 8 Mikelaybourne 7 JoeMartini90 6 Kagey_ 6 TheeRyanKearns 6 AndrewGForbes 5 ClumsyerOne 5Read More →

The guys are back and joined by Mike Laybourne as they talk about the rash of injuries in the league, including Stamkos, Gaudreau and Hall, and try to decide the status of the Flames’ rebuild. The NHL announced changes to the All Star Game format and it likely changed no one’s view of the game. The Red Wings and Maple Leafs showed off their new jerseys and only one of them are good. Joel also notices an uncanny resemblance Lastly, the guys touch on the state of goaltending in the NHL and pick the Pavel Bures of the week.Read More →

For a quarter of a century, the NHL was a six team league. As the 1960s rumbled on, the NHL and the ‘original six’ teams decided (or relented, depending on how you look at it) that it was time to expand. Next year the NHL expands again as the Las Vegas Desert, Black, Silver, Something Knights will join, the first expansion team in 16 years. So, ahead of that, we’ll be taking a look at the teams that have joined the league over the years. With the addition of the six new teams, the league was split into the East and West divisions. The East consistedRead More →