NHL: Schedule and Divisons

The NHL has come out recently with the schedule after accepting and agreeing that they will go to the Sochi Olympics this upcoming winter. It is a very unique schedule that seems its out to knock out a few players as the season progresses, what am I talking about? Well it is quite simple, there is a ridiculous amount of back to back games in the 2013-14 season and it is a bit much. Continue reading

NHL: Review of a Few July 5th Signings

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The NHL free agent market opened up this past Friday July 5th and it did not disappoint. It also seems as though that the GMs forgot there was strike with a lot of money spent on the first day. I am not going to talk about all the signings that were made that will take forever, but I will talk about a few signings and explain why I think they are good, or bad deals.

Let’s start off with Ryan Clowe, he played for two teams last year the San Jose Sharks and the New York Rangers. In the 40 games he played last season he had 3 goals and 19 points, but in San Jose he scored none of those goals. Clowe can play the right wing and the left wing and he is 6’2 weighing 225 pounds, in a league where height is the new obsession, he fits the bill. Continue reading