The NHL made official on Wednesday morning what had already been reported here and elsewhere over the weekend, naming Nationals Park in Washington DC as the home for the 2015 Bridgestone Winter Classic.
On Sept. 23, the Washington Capitals will unveil their alternate sweaters for the game. No word yet on if/when the Hawks will unveil new jerseys of their own for the game.
As we look ahead to the 2014-15 NHL season, we have already discussed the Pacific Division. We’re now half-way through the Metropolitan Division, having previewed the Carolina Hurricanes, New Jersey Devils and Washington Capitals.
Now, let’s take a look at a young team getting their captain back from an Olympic injury. Will John Tavares lead the Islanders back into the playoffs?
On Tuesday, NHL.com released their rankings of the top-60 prospects heading into the 2014-15 season. Chicago’s Teuvo Teravainen made the top five.
As we look ahead to the 2014-15 NHL season, we have already discussed the Pacific Division. We have now turned our attention to the Metropolitan Division, beginning with the Carolina Hurricanes and New Jersey Devils.
Washington will host the Blackhawks in this season’s Winter Classic, and they continue to be the most enigmatic team of the last decade. Let’s take a look at this year’s Capitals.
According to a report published Saturday by the Washington Post, an agreement has been reached for Nationals Park to host the 2015 Winter Classic on Jan. 1 between the Washington Capitals and Chicago Blackhawks.
As we look ahead to the 2014-15 NHL season, we have already discussed the Pacific Division. We have now turned our attention to the Metropolitan Division, beginning with the Carolina Hurricanes. Now let’s discuss a team that will be without a familiar face for the first time in a generation: the New Jersey Devils.
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Over the last few days, NHL.com has ranked the top 14 players at each position in the league heading into the 2014-15 season. Predictably, the Blackhawks were very well represented.
We looked at the teams in the Pacific Division, and now we’ll turn our attention to the Eastern Conference.
In the Metropolitan Division, the Carolina Hurricanes finished only four points out of the cellar last year. But an injury-plagued team that was 10 points from a playoff spot looks to bounce back in a big way this year.
When you’re defending the Cup, you’ve earned the right to be our final preview from the Pacific Division. After looking ahead at the Flames, Oilers, Coyotes, Canucks, Sharks and Ducks, let’s discuss the 2014-15 Los Angeles Kings.