November 19th, 2010

Split Stats: The NHL’s Biggest Home-and-Away Dichotomies

Although it may often be obvious that certain teams tend to play better at home than they do on the road, it may not be nearly as obvious sometimes just how big of a discrepancy ... Continue reading →

Daily Deke: Caps and Hawks go for three straight

The Washington Capitals and Chicago Blackhawks both hit the road tonight in search of their third consecutive win. Thanks to solid goaltending and plenty of offense, both teams are playing extremely well right now. Alexander ... Continue reading →

Dustin Byfuglien returns to practice, should play

Byfuglien skated with the team today and is expected to play on the top pairing alongside Tobias Enstrom. * * * Dustin Byfuglien left last night’s game during the first period after blocking a shot in the ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Goals, goals and more goals in Philly

Last night the Philadelphia Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning seemed to score every other minute.  Surprisingly, the eighth goal for the Lightning– which finally sealed the game– came off the stick of fourth liner Nate ... Continue reading →

Brent Burns will return after suspension tonight

Burns will be suspended for two games, expect Marek Zidlicky to take is place in the lineup. * * * Last night, Minnesota Wild defenseman Brent Burns butt-ended Florida Panthers forward Steve Bernier after the final buzzer.  Although ... Continue reading →

Avs’ starting goalie Anderson clear to play

With John Grahame send back to the Erie Lake Monsters of the AHL, Craig Anderson is healthy enough to at least backup tonight’s game.  More to come later if he is actually taking a ... Continue reading →