The hockey media's obsession with keeping the Norris Trophy away from Erik Karlsson at all costs and much more in this week's Puck Countdown.
You know things have gone off the rails in Edmonton when Connor McDavid is taking blame for the team's problems.
Joe Sakic got a sizeable return for Matt Duchene. Gotta love the KHL. The reason for this wrangling, of course, is the massive amount of doping allegations in a slew of international sports around the Sochi Olympics.
Clarkson has a pair of 20-win seasons since 2011-12, when Casey Jones became their head coach, but has just as many seasons with 20 losses, and is otherwise just okay. What’s interesting — apart from the fact that this happens literally every other year for Clarkson — is not that these hot starts are
Mike Smith has been a nice surprise for the Flames in the early going. On paper, the Calgary Flames should be a lot better than they have been so far this season. While Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan plus their winger du jour are typically dominant — both Jaromir Jagr and Micheal Ferland are getting
Carolina's confusing start and candidates to help shore up the Maple Leafs' back end are discussed on the Puck Daddy Bag of Mail.
The Oilers need to put Ryan Nugent-Hopkins in a better position to succeed. Earlier this week, Claude Julien told reporters that he had no intention of bumping Alex Galchenyuk up in the lineup, let alone to the top line. This looks like a classic case of a player who’s never going to do anything until
Although early results don't often meant too much, Hockey East's terrible weekend could come back to haunt them come tournament time.
Montreal is a tough market even when times are good. And for the Canadiens right now, times are quite the opposite of good.