The Senators injury list is growing, there are a few updates on the NHL injury front and the NHL waiver wire includes one claim and a few new names.
by: Meghan Dillon — The Hockey Writers 7h
For the Chicago Blackhawks, a strong start to the 2018-19 was more than necessary. Here are five takeaweyas from their first five games.
... leader of the line. He’s really helping us as we move along here.” ( from “ Blackhawks winger Alex DeBrincat off to fast start playing with Jonathan Toews” , Chica ...
Detroit Red Wings
... tations. Ward’s United Center debut was in the preseason against the Detroit Red Wings the Wings won 8-6. After the game, Ward spoke of the loss to NBC Sports Chi ...
by: Trevor Beggs — The Hockey Writers 7h
The Canucks highest paid player is squandering an opportunity with Elias Pettersson, and he won't get a better chance than this for the rest of his career.
... er. Elias Pettersson No. 40 of the Vancouver Canucks holds up a puck from his first NHL goal after their NHL game against the Cal ...
by: Anthony Ciardelli — The Hockey Writers 7h
Advanced stats indicate that the Anaheim Ducks have overcome lop-sided performances, but why is the team struggling in terms of puck possession and shots?
... on, it’s no surprise that individual Corsi-for percentages among some of the Ducks’ rookies are very low. Along with Troy Terry and Sam Steel, Comtois has one ...
St. Louis Blues
... notice Blues defender Joel Edmundson stepping up on him from the point. This results in a ...
by: Jim Parsons — The Hockey Writers 7h
There is speculation the Maple Leafs and William Nylander will meet in Switzerland, the Senators and Duchene have met and Doughty pretended to as leverage.
by: Seth Lawrence — The Hockey Writers 9h
Penguins Sidney Crosby has struggled out of the gate this season. Through four games, he has zero goals and, at times, seems reluctant to take shots on net.
... Home Pittsburgh Penguins Crosby’s Sluggish Start No Reason for Concern By Seth Lawrence October 17th, ...
by: Ryan Pike — The Hockey Writers 9h
An early look at the top Western Hockey League prospects for the upcoming 2019 NHL Draft courtesy THW senior draft analyst Ryan Pike.
... of mid-October. Likely First Rounders 1: Dylan Cozens – Center – Lethbridge Hurricanes 2: Kirby Dach – Center – Saskatoon Blades Cozens and Dach are grouped closel ...
Los Angeles Kings
... tic with his scoring chances, but he’s been a very useful player for the Oil Kings. Neither likely has high-end upside at the pro level, but both project as us ...
by: Jim Parsons — The Hockey Writers 9h
While McDavid could have basked in the glow of setting an NHL record that will be hard to match, he could care less and was more concerned with the Oilers.
... n’t have done much of anything. Related: 3 Things to Watch for Early in the Oilers Season The Winnipeg Game: A Turning Point? Not many people likely expected t ...
by: Iain Colpitts — The Hockey Writers 9h
It's taken Kasperi Kapanen a while to become a top-six forward with the Toronto Maple Leafs, but he's paid his dues and is now enjoying success.
Toronto Maple Leafs
... stment right away and other guys it takes a little bit longer.” (from ‘Maple Leafs forward Kasperi Kapanen took long road to NHL stardom’, The Toronto Sun – 10 ...
by: Tom Dianora — The Hockey Writers 9h
Coming off a down-year offensively in 2017-18, the Anaheim Ducks Jakob Silfverberg is off to a hot start. But does he have a future in Anaheim?
... t in a less-than-encouraging sign, he did not skate during practice with the Ducks on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Hopefully for Silfverberg him and the team, he’ll be ba ...
by: Rob Mahon — The Hockey Writers 9h
With Dustin Byfuglien on the shelf, the Winnipeg Jets are learning a lot about their defensive depth, and what they're learning isn't promising.
... s://t.co/ZwonYrfxnj — Aavco Cup (@AavcoCup) October 12, 2018 The loss to the Oilers, in which the Jets blew a 4-1 lead, was ample evidence that changes need to ...
... th Niku and Poolman had strong but brief showings in Winnipeg last year. The Jets reluctance to bring them up so far might’ve reached the point of no return i ...