Quick Hits - Page 24

The Washington Capitals are the 2018 Stanley Cup Champions

On Thursday, the Washington Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 in Game 5 to win the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.  The Capitals went into the third period trailing 3-2, but Devante Smith-Pelly scored ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.15 — Bode Wilde

The Florida Panthers went down to the wire, but missed the playoffs by one point and ended up with the No.15 overall pick in the NHL draft.  Overall, the Panthers are set up pretty nicely. ... Continue reading →

Stanley Cup Finals Game 5: Projected Lineups & Game Notes

After winning games 2, 3 and 4, the Washington Capitals are back in Las Vegas looking to win their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.  In addition to it being the first Cup ever for the Washington Capitals, ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.14 — Joel Farabee

The Philadelphia Flyers are set up as well as any team in the NHL right now. The Flyers already have a deep prospect pool and have two first-round picks and three picks in the top-50 ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.13 — Joe Veleno

Somehow with talent like Tyler Seguin, Jaime Benn, John Klingberg and Ben Bishop on the roster, the Dallas Stars missed the playoffs for the second straight season.  Goaltending used to be the issue, but Bishop ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.12 — Ty Smith

The New York Islanders are well positioned in this year’s draft, with the No.11 pick (I have them taking Barrett Hayton), this No.12 pick and two second-round selections (No.41 and No.43).  After taking a ... Continue reading →

Snow, Weight relieved of their duties; Lamoriello names himself GM

The New York Islanders announced that General Manager Garth Snow and head coach Doug Weight have been relieved of their duties.  In late May, Lou Lamoriello was named President of Hockey Operations and he named ... Continue reading →

Colin Miller suffered a broken nose in Game 4

Vegas Golden Knights’ defensemen Colin Miller suffered a broken nose during the Washington Capitals’ fifth goal of Game 4 on Monday.  Capitals forward T.J. Oshie punished Miller while completing a drop-pass to Nicklas Backstrom in ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.11 — Barrett Hayton

The New York Islanders have missed the playoffs for the last two seasons and enter a crucial offseason that could shift the foundation of the franchise.  John Tavares is set to become an unrestricted free ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.10 — Jesperi Kotkaniemi

The Edmonton Oilers snapped a 10-year streak of missing the playoffs in 2017 and entered 2018 as one of the favourites to win the Stanley Cup.  The Oilers started the season at 4-7-1 and never got ... Continue reading →