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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.7 — Noah Dobson

The Vancouver Canucks missed the playoffs for the third straight season and have not topped 31 wins in any of those seasons—ranking last in the NHL in Wins (92) and points (217) over that stretch. Despite the ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.6 — Quinn Hughes

Following a 25-year run of making the playoffs, the Detroit Red Wings have now missed the postseason for two straight seasons.  In 2017-18, the Red Wings won just 30 games, the fewest in franchise history since ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.5 — Evan Bouchard

The Arizona Coyotes missed the playoffs for the sixth consecutive season and dropped two spots during the Draft Lottery. Arizona finished the season with the third-worst record in hockey and will draft No.5 overall despite ... Continue reading →

Stanley Cup Finals Game 3: Projected Lineups & Game Notes

The Washington Capitals did exactly what you are supposed to do in Game 2, go on the road and steal a game.  Despite losing Evgeny Kuznetsov to an upper-body injury in the first period, the Capitals ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.4 — Brady Tkachuk

The Ottawa Senators finished the 2017-18 season with the second worst record in hockey and were the biggest loser in the NHL Draft Lottery.  Despite having a 38.8 percent chance at drafting in the top-3, the ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.3 — Filip Zadina

In 2017-18 the Montreal Canadiens missed the playoffs for the second time in three years and finished under .500 for the first time since 2011-12.  A lot of their struggles can be attributed to the health ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.2 — Andrei Svechnikov

Despite finishing with the 11th worst record in the NHL, the Carolina Hurricanes were the biggest mover in the NHL Draft Lottery.  Despite having just a 9.8 percent chance at a top-3 pick, the Hurricanes moved ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.1 — Rasmus Dahlin

While the Vegas Golden Knights and Washington Capitals are fighting for the Stanley Cup, the other 29 teams have turned their sights on the NHL Draft.  Over the next couple of weeks, we will be taking ... Continue reading →

UPDATE: Kuznetsov will be a game-time decision for Game 3

Following Friday’s optional practice, Washington Capitals’ head coach Barry Trotz said that Evgeny Kuznetsov “hasn’t been medically cleared” yet but that he is “a game-time decision for Game 3.” “It’s always nice to ... Continue reading →

REPORT: Red Wings nearing bridge deal with Mantha; open to trading down in Draft

The Detroit Red Wings own the No.6 overall pick in this summer’s draft, but they may trade down.  The Red Wings are also reportedly nearing a contract extension with a former first-round pick, Anthony ... Continue reading →