1. JD's NHL Week One Power Rankings: Philadelphia Flyers Off to a Quick Start

    The following article is based upon my previous rankings, and Week One performances. PR= Previous ranking DIF= differential from previous ranking 30. New York Islanders (PR: 30, DIF: E) 29...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 170 reads 3 comments

  2. Toronto Maple Leafs Left Defenceless After First Two

    Well the first two are in the books, and if you are a Toronto Maple Leafs fan you may not like what you see. The two big pick-ups of the offseason, Francois Beauchemin, and Mike Komisarek, have been mediocre at best...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 250 reads 0 comments

  3. JD's NHL Power Rankings

    Disclaimer: Warning, the following article is based on my predictions for the upcoming NHL season. The article was written as that of an impartial observer, and as a hockey fan first before any team allegiances...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 1,276 reads 23 comments

  4. NHL Top 10: Most Hated Players

    Only a mother could love the next 10 people (and even that is questionable). The following list shows the most hated players in the NHL. Every character has it's class of lunatics, but the NHL has a very special class...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 11,430 reads 91 comments

  5. NHL Top 10: Sleeper Teams

    Have you ever found yourself at the beginning of the season looking ahead thinking you have it all figured out? You know exactly who's finishing where, but then you find yourself when all is said and done, in bewilderment at how far off you really were...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 6,200 reads 17 comments

  6. NHL: Edmonton Passes on Heatley

    Well, possibly the final nail is in the coffin for disgruntled Senator Dany Heatley. Late last month, it was reported that the All-Star winger had been traded to the Edmonton Oilers, pending approval from Heatley...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 193 reads 1 comments

  7. NHL Top 10: Young Guns

    The following is a look at the top ten rookies of last season. Every year has a good helping of young talent, but this past season boasted an exceptionally good crop...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 1,978 reads 14 comments

  8. 2009-10 Montreal Canadiens: Small But Mighty

    This coming year’s edition of the Montreal Canadiens boasts eight new faces, the most of any NHL team. While this does bring exciting prospects to the new look Habs, many wanted Gainey ...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 1,647 reads 4 comments

  9. Garth Snow's Baffling Move Lands Martin Biron in Long Island

    The New York Islanders have signed unrestricted free agent goalie Martin Biron to a one-year, $1.4 million contract. Seems like a decent move, as Biron is a decent goalie, putting up a .915 save percentage and a 2...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 228 reads 2 comments

  10. The 09/10 Ottawa Senators Riddled With Questions

    The Ottawa Senators have huge issues they have got to deal with, and failing to do so could spell a disastrous season once again for the once mighty club. As I see it now the Senators could finish anywhere from 4th to 12th, which is a ridiculous gap...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about almost 5 years ago 685 reads 11 comments

  11. Life on the Free List: Best Moves of NHL Free Agency

    July 1st is a big day for all avid hockey fans, because it marks the beginning of free agency. A very exciting time in the NHL seeing big names move around is always interesting...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 5 years ago 510 reads 4 comments

  12. The Road Isn't Easy, But Zack Kassian Makes Most Of Every Opportunity

    Coming from the little city of Peterborough, Ontario, I have grown up watching and idolizing players that played for the hometown team...

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  13. 2009 NHL Entry Draft's Top Steals

    Every year players get passed over, and do much better then players picked ahead of them. In this draft like every other their were players that were drafted below where they should have gone...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 5 years ago 4,077 reads 8 comments

  14. Draft Analysis: Toronto Maple Leafs

    With the seventh overall selection, the Toronto Maple Leafs have selected Nazem Kadri. The coveted center was thought to be passed over by the Leafs, because he does not exactly play "Brian Burke ...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 5 years ago 1,389 reads 3 comments

  15. Draft Analysis: Anaheim Ducks

    The Anaheim Ducks, with their first selection of the 2009 entry draft (15th overall), selected Guelph Storm forward Peter Holland. Holland was not slated to go until later in the first round or early second, but rose in ranking...

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  16. Is Steve Mason the Best in the Business?

    The following are my top five picks for the Vezina award, and my favourite to win the award. This is the second article in a five part series outlining my picks for the Hart, Vezina, Calder, Norris, and Jack Adams award...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 5 years ago 123 reads 0 comments

  17. Why Alex Ovechkin Will Win His Second Hart Trophy in a Row

    The following is a five part series outlining my picks for the: Hart, Vezina, Calder, Norris, and Jack Adams awards. The following are my top five candidates for the Hart trophy, and the projected winner...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 5 years ago 144 reads 0 comments

  18. Stanley Cup Finals: For Fans Sake Let's All Hope Detroit Wins the Cup

    As the title depicts fans of the NHL (excluding Pittsburgh fans) should all be hoping that the Detroit Red Wings are victorious in their match-up against the Penguins. Especially if you are a fan living in Canada...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 6 years ago 782 reads 2 comments

  19. Heatley MVP Honours Bittersweet for Ottawa Fans

    Canada fell silent Sunday afternoon, as fans watched Ilya Kovalchuk wrist a shot past Canadian goaltender Cam Ward to win gold at the World Championships. Canada was holding on to a 4-2 lead, but surrendered 2 quick goals in the last 10 minutes of action.

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 6 years ago 478 reads 0 comments

  20. Cinderella Flyers up Against Toughest Task Yet

    Who would have thunk it the battle of Pennsylvania will take place to decide who from the East will be sent to the Finals...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 6 years ago 519 reads 2 comments

  21. Dallas Looks to Knock off Another Western Giant

    Its just about time for some of the most exciting hockey of the year. The Dallas Stars, and the Detroit Red Wings should pose an interesting match-up...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 6 years ago 357 reads 0 comments

  22. Playoff Picture: Conference Semi's

    After an exciting first round of playoff action it is time for the nitty gritty. The conference semi's are about to start, and some surprising upsets, and some expected champions ...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about 6 years ago 272 reads 1 comments

  23. Playoff Picture: Eastern Conference

    Well everybody, its that time of year again. The matches are set, and all teams and fans are anxious to get the playoffs underway. Lets have a look at the first round match-ups for the Eastern Conference...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about over 6 years ago 560 reads 1 comments

  24. Senators-Blues: Ottawa Looks to Rebound at Home

    The Ottawa Senators meet up against the St. Louis Blues at home tonight. This being the first meeting between the two in exactly one year when Ottawa beat the Blues 4-2...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about over 6 years ago 424 reads 0 comments

  25. Senators-Hurricanes: Ottawa Moves into the Eye of the Storm

    The Ottawa Senators and the Carolina Hurricanes play a matinee game this afternoon at the RBC Center in Raleigh North Carolina...

    Joel Dundas Written by Joel Dundas about over 6 years ago 627 reads 1 comments