2010 - Page 42

Roberto Luongo steps down as captain, effectively avoiding blame

If the Vancouver Canucks lose this season in the playoffs, Roberto Luongo will no longer need to shoulder the blame.  In fact, by stepping down he can simply tunnel-vision his lone responsibilities between the pipes. ... Continue reading →

Halak introduced by Blues, looking to succeed

Avs re-sign ‘savior’ Mueller for two years

At times last year they called him the savior of the Avalanche as center/winger Peter Mueller registered 20 points in the final 15 games of the season.  His output looked fantastic next to the talented Matt ... Continue reading →

Andrew Cogliano and Edmonton Oilers agree to terms

Andrew Cogliano defines speed.  He broke the speed record at the AHL All Star game (later taken by Bobby Sanguinetti) and has already played three full 82 game seasons with the Edmonton Oilers. At 23-years-old he ... Continue reading →

Martin Hanzal re-signs with the Phoenix Coyotes

Hulking center Martin Hanzal agreed to a two-year contract with the Phoenix Coyotes, mainly because he had no choice.  Well, like most RFAs his choice was either to stay with the team or play in ... Continue reading →

Most Likely to Succeed: New York Rangers
Most Likely to Succeed: New York Islanders

Most Likely to Succeed: New Jersey Devils

Most likely to Succeed is our newest series which points out one player from every team and explains why that player is poised to increase their point totals. While some teams may have more than ... Continue reading →

Most Likely to Succeed: Nashville Predators

Most Likely to Succeed: Montreal Canadiens

Most likely to Succeed is our newest series which points out one player from every team and explains why that player is poised to increase their point totals. While some teams may have more than ... Continue reading →