Category Archives: Western Conference
On Sunday night, the St. Louis Blues announced that they had fired Davis Payne as their head coach, replacing him with Ken Hitchcock. Hitchcock’s first games behind the bench for the Blues will be Tuesday, when St. Louis hosts the … Continue reading
The Vancouver Canucks acquired left wing David Booth, center Steve Reinprecht and a third-round draft pick in 2013 from the Florida Panthers on Saturday for veteran forwards Marco Sturm and Mikael Samuelsson.
This summer, San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson raised more than a few eyebrows when he made a series of bold moves. After five consecutive seasons with better than 100 points, San Jose parted ways with a couple of their … Continue reading
After breaking down the depth on the blue line throughout the Western Conference, and examining the wild summer of forward movement throughout the league, it’s now time that we look at the men between the pipes in West. While the … Continue reading
As we get ready for the 2011-12 season, we continue our series breaking down the Western Conference. On Sunday night we ranked the groups of defensemen around the league, and now we’ll evaluate the forwards in the conference. Some of … Continue reading
Free agents have signed, most trades have happened, and now the longest month of the summer is upon hockey fans. The preseason begins in mid-September, and the sports world has basically succumed to football. To get ready for the coming … Continue reading
With the overtime wins for the Kings and Red Wings on Sunday, the Western Conference playoff picture is finally settled. 1. San Jose Sharks vs. 8. Colorado Avalanche 2. Chicago Blackhawks vs. 7. Nashville Predators 3. Vancouver Canucks vs. 6. … Continue reading