What Does Auston Matthews Have To Do To Win the Hart Trophy?

Auston Matthews might score 70 goals this season. Seventy goals. That hasn’t been done since Selanne/Mogilny in 1992-93. In reality, he may not score 70, but he can get real close. The two candidates for the Hart Trophy right now, are Nikita Kucherov and Nathan MacKinnon from Tampa, and Colorado respectively. I’ll break down all… read more

A Week in Review: What happened with the Maple Leafs?

Toronto Maple Leafs v Boston Bruins: 4-1 L Coming into this game, I thought they would play with a little more urgency. As soon as the puck dropped, it was Boston’s game. They controlled play, and did not give the Leafs much room to work with. With a Swayman/Woll matchup, we have two goalies that… read more

The Penguins were never going to get a haul in the Jake Guentzel trade

The Pittsburgh Penguins, an extremely successful and popular NHL franchise that has seemingly had hockey’s top stars every year since 1984, aren’t used to selling anything at the trade deadline other than Stanley Cup playoff tickets. Unfortunately, the 2023/2024 season has been one of reckoning for the Penguins. After narrowly missing the playoffs for the… read more

Maple Leafs Trade Deadline: Did They Do Enough?

With the trade deadline wrapped up, we can now cover all the trades the Maple Leafs made, grade them, and really figure out if they could have done more. Defense was the one main thing that the Leafs really needed to add into their lineup. They could have done A LOT better. Maple Leafs Acquire… read more

Canadiens Play Spoiler as They End the Predators Winning Streak

The Montreal Canadiens played their 3rd game of a 4-game road trip last night against the Nashville Predators in the Bridgestone Arena. As the Habs were looking to end a 2-game slump from back-to-back shootout losses and finally pick up 2 points in the standings. However, this wouldn’t be an easy task as they were… read more

A Week in Review: Reavo’s Heating Up

Toronto Maple Leafs v Vegas Golden Knights: 6-2 L I went to the game with high hopes, since the Leafs had come off a big 7-3 win last week against the same club. I think all Leafs fans knew that Vegas would be coming back with a vengeance and that’s exactly what happened. Both teams… read more

Montreal Canadiens Start off Road Trip with a Shootout Loss

The Montreal Canadiens started off their 1st game of a 4 game road trip against one of the top teams in the National Hockey League The Florida Panthers. The Panthers were coming into this game with a 2 game winning streak and a record of 8-2 in their last 10 games. While the Habs just… read more

Welcome to Pittsburgh: A city where every sports team lives on the playoff bubble

In the spring of 2009, I sat down to watch an NCAA regional final matchup between Pitt and Villanova. The Panthers entered the 2008/2009 NCAA Tournament as a number-one seed and made it to the Elite Eight for the first time since it was actually called that. I was stoked. There was no doubt in… read more

Montreal Canadiens End 5 Game Slump with Win Against Arizona

There is no doubt in my mind that if your a Montreal Canadiens the last few weeks have been something you would want to forget. As since returning from the All-Star Game the Montreal Canadiens have been struggling as they have lost the lost 5 game in the row, and they were looking to end this… read more

Jaromir Jagr is an all-time NHL great and still only the Penguins third-best player

The Penguins retired jersey No. 68 in honor of their legendary former forward, Jaromir Jagr, on Sunday, February 18, at PPG Paints Arena. It was an excellent evening in Pittsburgh, as several of Jagr’s old teammates were in attendance to pay tribute to him for what he accomplished during his 11-year career as a Penguin–including… read more


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