In part two of our NHL trade deadline preview, we look at the buyers, and which teams might make a big splash for a Cup run.
There's no point in abandoning any preseason predictions less than two weeks into the NHL season, but that's exactly what I'm doing.
We examine each of the seven Canadian-based NHL teams heading into the 2016-17 season following a horrific year in which none of them made the playoffs.
The outrage over players and teams celebrating non-championship wins needs to end. They can spray their champagne and do whatever the hell they want.
The second of our two-part installment: We take a look at the NHL's elite teams, the ones that are difficult to gauge, and make Stanley Cup playoff predictions.
Down Goes Brown's Weekend Review: Yzerman's Killing It, the Canucks Aren't, and the Inevitable 2020 Lockout
NHL free agency got off to a busy start. We look at the good and the bad, including one signing that fits both categories.
Except the Hall-Subban-Stamkos deals happened within 30 minutes of each other, not 11 hours, and instead of Sean Bean dying, it was the spirit of Montreal Canadiens fans that was tragically killed.
The Taylor Hall era in Edmonton is over. The Oilers traded the former first overall pick to New Jersey for defenceman Adam Larsson.
The Flames had a good weekend. Canucks GM Jim Benning did not. We take a look at everything that went down at the NHL draft.
From the Leafs to the Oilers, we look at what some teams need to do at the draft and how they can screw it up by not listening.
What Crosby is doing in the modern era is as impressive, if not more so, than what Gretzky did in his time.