Ranking the 2018 NHL Playoff goal horns and songs

We did this last year, and it was a ton of fun, and the good news is we have a TON of new blood in the playoffs this year, so there are plenty of new horns and songs to listen to. Continue reading Ranking the 2018 NHL Playoff goal horns and songs

Making sense of the Jonathan Drouin trade from the Lightning Perspective

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. Continue reading Making sense of the Jonathan Drouin trade from the Lightning Perspective

The NHL’s loser point claims two more victims

The NHL wrapped up its marathon regular season Sunday evening, not with a bang or any real drama but with a whimper.

There were no last-day finishes to sneak into the playoffs or knock someone out, just a couple of games that determined seeding for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which begin Wednesday.

But as the season’s standings were set in stone, the NHL’s loser point reared its ugly head.

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