Today’s featured games should provide us with plenty of entertainment as all of the teams are right in the thick of the playoffs races. The red-hot Lightning face the McDavid-less Oilers. The Flyers travel to Florida and the Capitals square of with the Colorado Avalanche. Let’s jump right into it and make some Ice Picks! Continue reading →
Welcome back into another installment of Ice Picks. Today the overall structure will be altered slightly but will still contain preview material of favored games on the docket. Let’s settle in and go over some Ice Picks. Continue reading →
Saturday night is always a big night in NHL and tonight is no different. We have nine games on the docket, the following are ones that have high probabilities of offensive production: Colorado at Tampa Bay, Florida at Nashville, Calgary at Los Angeles and Pittsburgh hosting Vegas. Buffalo at San Jose and Boston at Toronto have appeal as well. Let’s break it down and find out who makes the cut for this installment of Ice Picks. Continue reading →
With the NHL season set to embark in just six days, the Tampa Bay Lightning ensured that star forward, Brayden Point would be in the lineup come puck drop. After an extended off-season and some uncertainty and concern regarding Point’s status in 2019, both sides were eager to get this deal out of the way. Let’s take a closer look at how both the player and team reached an agreement.
The NHL Free Agency opens up today, July 1st, and with the trading in a frenzy right now, hockey fans can expect the pace for free agency to be equally as fueled. Some of the personnel expected to be high on the list of sought-after players have been traded, but the list still remains quite impressive. What follows is an opinion-based list of the 10 most skilled players available in the Free Agency and who they are expected to sign with. This list will focus primarily on players not expected to return to their current teams. Continue reading →