Phoenix Glendale Seattle Arizona Coyotes will begin the 2014-15 season with a fresh outlook, thanks to a relatively new name and, most importantly, new ownership. But can they get back into the playoffs? After looking at the Flames, Oilers and Canucks, let’s continue our Western Conference preview series with the Arizona Coyotes.
On Thursday morning, the Blackhawks announced their roster for the 2014 Rookie Tournament in London, Ontario.
The Hawks prospects will faces rookie teams from the Toronto Maple Leafs (Sept. 13), Pittsburgh Penguins (Sept. 14) and Ottawa Senators (Sept. 15) at Budweiser Gardens.
So far, our Western Conference previews have looked at two consistent bottom-dwelling teams in the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers. Now we’ll look forward to a team that may face the unfamiliar setting of looking up at the playoff picture for much of the upcoming season, the Vancouver Canucks.
The Rockford IceHogs announced their 2014-15 schedule on Wednesday morning.
It’s not news that the NHL is looking to expand.
But will a team call Las Vegas home?
In the second edition of our Western Conference previews, we’ll take a look at the cellar-dwelling Edmonton Oilers. Is this the year they figure it out? Or will they return to the top of the draft once again next summer?
The Flames were bad last year. And they won’t be a playoff team this time around. But some additions to the mix in Calgary will give them a new look moving forward. In the first addition of our Western Conference previews, let’s take a look at what the Calgary Flames will bring to the table for the 2014-15 season.