If you’re wondering why Vegas isn’t better, it’s because NHL GMs are a bunch of gutless cowards who do all they can to help each other out, and don’t want to risk anyone getting their feelings hurt.
The NHL made news on Tuesday night by revealing its new jerseys made by Adidas, and also gave us our first looks at the new Vegas Golden Knights jerseys.
Some jerseys came out looking better than others, and we’re here to determine who won, and who lost, with the new jerseys.
He’s had solid numbers over his career, racking up a 2.58 GAA, and a .912 save %, nothing amazing, but very steady over his career and someone who can play a bunch of games for a Vegas team that needs as much help in back as possible.
And I’m here to tell you they should pass on him.
Jonathan Drouin might not be the best player in his draft class, might not have been the best player on the Lightning, and may never be the best player on the Canadiens. But what matters more was the type of player he was.
Ever since the NHL announced that the Vegas Golden Knights would be the 31st NHL team, every blog, team site, and league site has been running mock expansion drafts to give you an idea of what a roster for the first season in Vegas might look like.
So with the Penguins passing Detroit in terms of Stanley Cups starting in 1990, it begs the question, have the Penguins actually been the best NHL franchise since 1990? Let’s debate!
Despite the puck to the pills, Sean Hill went on to play in the NHL until 2008, playing for eight teams and amassing 876 career games, registering 298 career points and over 1,000 penalty minutes. He even broke 30 points on four occasions, not bad for playing most of his career in the dead puck era.