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World Cup of Hockey Preview: Team USA vs. Team Europe

World Cup of Hockey Preview: Team USA vs. Team Europe

Embed from Getty Images The World Cup of Hockey is finally here. After multiple preliminary matches and plenty of intrigue, the time to play is now. Team USA faces off against Team Europe and with ... Continue reading →

World Cup of Hockey Preview: Each Team’s Burning Question

 Photo from Aaron Doster/USA Today Sports After years of rumors, chatter and rising excitement, the World Cup of Hockey is finally upon us. The two-week “international” hockey tournament in Toronto, Ontario will feature six ... Continue reading →

The Roundup

The Nation Network acquires General Fanager, all the World Cup news and previews you can handle, Leafs Top 9 offense, Flames have to get Gaudreau done, honoring Joe Louis arena in Detroit, Oilers open doors to ... Continue reading →

THE NATION NETWORK BUYS GENERALFANAGER.COM

This is a tale of trial and error, failure, determination, and triumph. Oh and fancy advanced statistics. So many fancy statistics. Continue reading →

Can Matthew Tkachuk make the NHL right away?

Can Matthew Tkachuk make the NHL right away?

Embed from Getty Images It isn’t common for players to make the NHL right out of their draft year. Out of the Flames’ current kids, Sean Monahan was the only one to achieve that ... Continue reading →

2017 NHL Entry Draft: Preliminary Top Ten

With the summer winding down, we at Canucks Army are looking to fill the dead space between our Top 20 countdown and the start of the World Cup of Hockey. This week, I’ve decided to ... Continue reading →

2016 World Cup of Hockey Preview: Group A

With the preliminary round out of the way, the 2016 World Cup of Hockey is ready to get down to the contests that actually count this weekend. Group A will feature the marquee matchup of Canada ... Continue reading →

Using Marcel Projections for Goalies in the 2016-17 season

Using Marcel Projections for Goalies in the 2016-17 season

Embed from Getty Images As most of us already know, goalies are “voodoo“.  This makes projecting how our favorite team’s goalie will do next year (unless that goalie is Henrik Lundqvist) rather difficult.  To ... Continue reading →

Jakub Nakladal and the cap space dilemma

Jakub Nakladal and the cap space dilemma

Embed from Getty Images It’s September, the World Cup of Hockey tournament is about to start for real, and the Calgary Flames still have to sign Johnny Gaudreau. But an underlying and rather valuable ... Continue reading →

Setting expectations for the 2016 Flames draft class

Setting expectations for the 2016 Flames draft class

Embed from Getty Images Training camp is almost here, so we’re taking a trip down memory lane and checking out previous Calgary Flames draft classes. Which picks are doing well? Which are doing poorly? ... Continue reading →

Talent Left Behind at the 2016 Draft

On the third day of what I’ve deemed Draft Review Week, I thought I’d take a look at some draft eligible players that were left behind at the 2016 NHL Draft, in the vein ... Continue reading →

5 FUN THINGS TO WATCH FOR: TEAM NORTH AMERICA

(photo source: Twitter) Some may not want to admit it, but the top team (in terms of interest) at the World Cup of Hockey is Team North America. Armed with a bunch of kids who ... Continue reading →

5 fun things to look for from Team USA at the World Cup of Hockey

5 fun things to look for from Team USA at the World Cup of Hockey

Embed from Getty Images Team USA is coming in with a plan for the World Cup of Hockey.  It may not be a very good plan but it is, indeed, a plan.  Coach John Tortorella ... Continue reading →

Should the Leafs be running a “Top-9” offence this season?

Photo Credit: Robert Mayer/USA TODAY SPORTS As the season approaches, fans and media have begun to dissect the remains and additions of this year’s roster while wondering where everybody should be placed. The ... Continue reading →

Canucks’ 2016 NHL Entry Draft: Deep Dive

With the summer winding down, we at Canucks Army are looking to fill the dead space between our Top 20 countdown and the start of the World Cup of Hockey. This week, I’ve decided to ... Continue reading →

Setting expectations for the 2014 Flames draft class

Setting expectations for the 2014 Flames draft class

Embed from Getty Images As we approach the onset of the 2016-17 Calgary Flames season, we’re looking back at recent NHL Draft classes and making assessments, prognostications, and trying to set expectations for their ... Continue reading →

Canucks’ 2015 NHL Entry Draft: One Year Later

With the summer winding down, we at Canucks Army are looking to fill the dead space between our Top 20 countdown and the start of the World Cup of Hockey. This week, I’ve decided to ... Continue reading →

What does Glen Gulutzan need to improve?

What does Glen Gulutzan need to improve?

Embed from Getty Images A lot changed for the Calgary Flames this offseason, but there are two things that will determine if they really are a better team this year: goaltending and coaching. The goaltending ... Continue reading →

Leafs struggling with puck possession at World Cup Exhibitions

Leafs struggling with puck possession at World Cup Exhibitions

Embed from Getty Images The results of a pair of warmup games, for a tournament that usually doesn’t exist, in the beginning of September are probably the last things in the world that I’... Continue reading →

OUT AMONG THE STARS

OUT AMONG THE STARS

<br> The Edmonton Oilers, historically, are not a strong destination for veteran NHL players who miss out on the big money of free agency. If I asked you to ... Continue reading →