1. Our own little breakdown of the teams.
2. A detailed breakdown of the teams from a fantasy-hockey perspective from Puck Prospectus.
On a night when the world was focused on Vancouver, Sidney Crosby showed why he deserves to be the focus in the Olympics.
Unfortunately, things didn't end up the way we wanted them to.
The Devils won last night, so they are two points ahead of the Pens and they've played one fewer game.
This was one of those games where you'd glad the Pens at least got a point.
The Sens also placed Jonathan Cheechoo on waivers.
A suggestion for NHL referees: why not take the time to make a correct decision instead of jumping the gun and hoping to make amends later on?
I've looked at the replay of the controversial "no goal" that played at least a part in ending the Washington Capitals' win streak at 14 games on Wednesday night. I've read the rule book and the interpretation of the rules that the officials are said to have given to Caps coach Bruce Boudreau.
I think the Caps got jobbed.
Well, shit. If Jim Kelley read the rule book...
My name is Robin and I'm a big fan of the blog! I decided to send you some pictures. I am no Cake Boss or Ace of Cakes, but I like to play around! The Stanley Cup was for my brother (Nicknamed Woobie) and the Iceburgh for my nephew Sam who is the biggest hockey fan I know. He is 3 and makes up nicknames for all the players like Cooke-ie Monster and Eaton Park and "Hocks" (The action of playing hockey) all day, everyday! He puts himself in the penalty box, throws hats on the floor, and does his own commentary... just don't ask him to stop to eat lunch ("I'M BUSY HOCKIN!") Haha Well I hope you all are staying warm! Thanks for entertaining me, especially while I'm snowed it! :) Have a great day!