June 19th, 2019

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.23 — Phillip Tomasino

The New York Islanders made it to the postseason this year and moved to the second-round on the back of strong defence and great goaltending from Robin Lehner. Lehner has expressed interest in re-signing with ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.22 — Bobby Brink

The Los Angeles Kings will be making their second pick in the first-round with the No.22 pick. With their first pick (No.5 overall), I have projected the Kings to take the best defenseman in the ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.21 — Thomas Harley

The Pittsburgh Penguins have made the playoffs for 13 straight seasons and will have a first round pick for the first time since 2014. In order to keep making the roster better and stay in contention for ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.20 — Moritz Seider

The Winnipeg Jets tried to go all-in this year, acquiring Kevin Hayes from the New York Rangers along with some depth moves. They ended up getting bounced in the first round by the eventual Stanley ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.19 — Ryan Suzuki

The Ottawa Senators lost what turned out to be the No.4 overall pick in this year’s draft when they acquired Matt Duchene from the Colorado Avalanche. However, they salvaged things a bit when they ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.18 — Raphael Lavoie

The Dallas Stars got back into the playoffs in 2018-19 and were inches away from beating the eventual Stanley Cup Champions in round-two. Their first-round picks in 2013 (Valeri Nichushkin) and 2014 (Julius Honka) have not developed ... Continue reading →

2020 Stanley Cup Odds: Lightning Atop Offseason Board

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Stanley Cup is considered the hardest trophy to win in major professional sports – or at least the hardest one to predict nearly a year in advance – but bettors can ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.17 — Victor Soderstrom

In their first two years in the NHL, the Vegas Golden Knights have qualified for the playoffs both times and were one questionable call away from moving on to the second-round this season. Vegas set ... Continue reading →