1. Peter Forsberg Rumors: The Great Debate

    If the reports are true, and they almost never are, then former NHLer Peter Forsberg will most likely not return for the remainder of the 2007-08 season...

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  2. Los Angeles Kings Dethroned in Elite Pacific Division

    Is there any stopping the train wreck that is the Los Angeles Kings? A year after neighboring Anaheim Ducks won the Stanley Cup, and cousins in San Jose continue to be one of the league's elite, the Kings are at a dismal 24-32-3...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 695 reads 3 comments

  3. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: A Look Back at the NHL's First Half

    To say this has been another typical start to the NHL season would be anything but the truth. In fact, this season is shaping up to be one of the more entertaining ones in recent history, and dropping more hits than the Beatles...

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  4. The Five Worst Trades in NHL History

    Now that the dust has cleared and I've been labeled Public Enemy No. 1 by Vancouver Canucks fans, I thought it would be nice to look back on the worst trades in NHL history...

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  5. Vancouver Canucks Fans: Just Plain Dumb

    Some say hockey fans in the American South don't know the game—but have those critics ever set foot in GM Place to watch a Vancouver Canucks game?When New York Ranger defenseman Dan ...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 2,369 reads 36 comments

  6. Of Mice and Men: Theoren Fleury Deserved Better

    Every boy or girl who grows up playing the game of hockey has an idol—the player who symbolizes the best of the best, the one they model themselves after on the ice.My hero was always No...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 1,010 reads 3 comments

  7. Throwing Cujo a Bone: Curtis Joseph Can Still Play

    If anyone had actually watched the Spengler Cup this season, they would have had the pleasure of seeing a hockey legend prove he isn't done quite yet...

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  8. Heart and Soul: The Case for Darcy Tucker in Toronto

    Not much has changed about the Toronto Maple Leafs, who look at times like they should be playing in the American Hockey League instead of the NHL...

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  9. Give 'Em a Chance: The Five Best Players Outside the NHL

    It happens every now and again: A talented hockey player goes undrafted, unnoticed, and never gets his shot in the NHL...

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  10. In Tom Renney We Trust: Hope for the New York Rangers

    There's still hope for the New Yorks Rangers this season—despite the mediocre offense, inconsistent play, and persistent trade rumors...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 1,260 reads 3 comments

  11. Rangers Rumors: Jaromir Jagr to Phoenix?

    There's a cold chill in New York this winter—and no, it's not the weather.Once the toast of the NHL for their summer free-agent signings, the New York Rangers are 2-7-2 in their last 11 games...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 4,452 reads 19 comments

  12. The Case for Hockey: Common Myths About the NHL

    For the life of me, I can't figure out why most Americans don't like hockey—and why they'd rather watch bowling or wrestling...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 1,049 reads 4 comments

  13. Twas the Night Before Christmas in the NHL

    Twas the night before Christmas, no games on this night. Eric Godard was depressed—there was nobody to fight;The gear was hung in the dressing room with care, in hopes it would ...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 563 reads 2 comments

  14. Jarome Iginla Ignites Calgary Flames

    After another roller coaster start to the season the Calgary Flames look to be on track, thanks mainly to the play of their leader Jarome Iginla...

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  15. Rangers Blues: Jaromir Jagr Is No Captain

    After an offseason that brought in such big names as Chris Drury and Scott Gomez, and after a nice November run that saw the team climb as high as second place in the Eastern Conference, the New York Rangers are struggling to find an identity...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 6 years ago 861 reads 8 comments