NHL 2013: Penguins vs Devils

Special Teams Help Penguins Even Series

The Pittsburgh Penguins, who played a disastrous game in the series opener against the New York Rangers, proved that they are not out of the fight as the team defeated the Blueshirts 4-3 and evened the series S...
Bruins Torey Krug by Brian Fluharty

Bruins Lose In Stereotypical Fashion

Stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason; they are oversimplified ideas based on truths. Even the previous statement is somewhat of a stereotype. It lacks originality and is somewhat cliché. Unfortunately, for...
Left Wing Thomas Vanek (#26) and Center Charlie Coyle (#3) of the Minnesota Wild congratulate teammate Left Wing Jason Zucker (#16) after he scored a goal with 46 seconds left

Wild Find Ways to Win Without Power Play

It is no secret that the Minnesota Wild are a team with a lot of potential this season, but being in a tight knit Central Division, they will have their word cut out from them if they are going to make it back ...
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Flyers’ Power Play Lethal vs Avalanche

PHILADELPHIA - In the five games leading up to Saturday night's contest against Colorado, Philadelphia outscored opponents 15-5 while on even strength, but was 0 for 12 on the power play. The Flyers flipped ...
Left Winger Evander Kane (#9) of the Winnipeg Jets during the warm-ups prior to the start of the game between the Winnipeg Jets and the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center. The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Winnipeg Jets by a score of 2-1.

Rangers Lose ‘D’ men in Loss to Jets

Evander Kane recently stated that he wanted to have a breakout game against the New York Rangers and start generating offense for his team. While he didn’t have the breakout performance he would have hoped, K...
NHL 2013 - Mar 26 - NYR vs PHI - Left Wing Rick Nash (#61) of the New York Rangers

Rangers Improving on Power Play

When you think about the New York Rangers’ strengths, you think of their speed, their goaltender and their solid back end. You don’t think about their power play. The man-advantage is a sore subject for ...