Nearly two weeks remain in the NHL free agent signing process, and many of the top players already know where they will be playing in 2019. Those who have switched teams include Dmitry Orlov and Michael Bunting (Hurricanes), Ryan O’Reilly and Luke Schenn (Predators), Tyler Bertuzzi, Max Domi, and Ryan Reaves (Maple Leafs), as well… Continue reading Best NHL Free Agents Currently on the Market
The Vegas Golden Knights and Florida Panthers square off in the NHL’s season finale on Saturday, kicking off the 2023 Stanley Cup Final. Many believe that Vegas will host the Stanley Cup for the first time if the Knights win the championship. The Panthers, on the other hand, are content to play the underdog and… Continue reading NHL Finals Preview and How to Watch
Remember a few years ago when the Bucs won the Super Bowl and the Lightning won the Stanley Cup? Well South Florida is looking for its very own two-sports championship run. After years of witnessing teams leave the playoffs early or fail to qualify for them at all, South Florida is now in the national… Continue reading South Florida is Latest Sports Mecca
The Vegas Golden Knights won Game 3 4-0, putting them on the winning side of the scoreboard. In this match, Vegas racked up 6 penalty minutes. Additionally, they scored 1 goal out of 6 attempts while they had the advantage. In their triumph, the Golden Knights had some strong attacking play. 4 of the 16… Continue reading Vegas Knights vs Dallas Stars Free Pick
Another coronation was taking place in Boston a few days before King Charles III was to be officially installed as monarch in England. Or at least that’s how it felt during Game 1 of the Boston Bruins vs. Florida Panthers series. The 2022–23 Bruins broke new league records for wins (65) and points (135) in… Continue reading 2-1 Favorite Bruins Lose to the FL Panthers – What Happened?
The three-year tenure of Washington Capitals head coach Peter Laviolette has ended. The Caps confirmed Friday that they will not be extending Laviolette’s contract. This offer is valid till June 30. During his three years in charge, Laviolette went 115-78-27. In both of Laviolette’s first two NHL seasons, the Capitals made the playoffs despite finishing… Continue reading NHL – Caps Head Coach and Team Agree to Mutually Part Ways