Some players surprise us by exceeding those expectations, while others disappoint us by not meeting them. Here we are going to take a look at some of the NHL's most surprising and disappointing players so far this season.
nb游戏平台The people in charge in the NHL, while open to some change, tend to take a methodical approach to cater to old-school traditionalists who do not like to see the game altered in any significant way. Yardbarker's Adam Gretz aims to change that.
We do not know when we will see the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs take place, but we are hopeful that can happen sooner rather than later. We are going to work with the assumption that they will eventually happen and take a look at the biggest flaw for every potential Stanley Cup Playoff contender.
nb游戏平台Another championship for Sidney Crosby? Alex Ovechkin too? And the Maple Leafs earn their first title since -- gulp -- 1967? Yardbarker's Adam Gretz does the impossible by forecasting Stanley Cup champions through 2029.
In the world of sports, we love our round-number milestones. In the NHL, the line of greatness has long been set at the 500-goal mark. That makes sense, given that only 45 players have ever reached it.
Sports is a young person’s game, with most of the best professional athletes in their 20s. Players tend to retire in their 30s — even the best ones — however, some are able to hold on for a little longer.
It's too early to put the dynamic duo of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl in the same category as Wayne Gretzky and Jari Kurri. But the former first overall draft pick and the German power forward are certainly making a case for heading in that direction...
With the NHL trade deadline here and every team in the league trying to find the missing piece to their Stanley Cup puzzle (or looking for the pieces to start a new one), we are going to take a look back at the best trade for every NHL team.
nb游戏平台Originally selected 68th overall in 2018, the son of former NHL forward John Madden has excelled at the collegiate level and internationally, putting him in the mix to quickly rise the professional ranks.
Due to the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the NHL has decided to postpone the 2020 NHL Scouting Combine, the 2020 NHL Awards and the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, which were scheduled throughout June.