Featured Image: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke Lias Andersson requested a trade from the New York Rangers on December 21st and is no longer a part of the organization. When the New York Rangers traded center Derek Stepan and goalie Antti Raanta to the Arizona Coyotes for Tony DeAngelo and the Coyotes 7th overall pick in the … Continue reading Andersson Requests Trade from Rangers
[Featured Image Source] When the New York Rangers drafted Kaapo Kakko second overall at the 2019 NHL draft, it was more than just their roster that developed. The Broadway Blueshirts have always been known for their ‘classic’ behavior. The diagonal lettering and the Ranger blue alone scream ‘tradition’. It goes beyond their sweaters though, anyone … Continue reading Rangers Find a Social Media Presence
Week 1: October 2 - 5, 2019 Featured Image Source: TSN.ca A Captain Unveiled For the first time in over three years, a Toronto Maple Leafs player skated out onto the ice bearing a C on their sweater, when John Tavares was announced the 25th captain of the Leafs ahead of their home opener last … Continue reading Weekend Update: Captains, Contracts, and a World Cup Comeback?
[Featured Image Source] With the NHL season starting tonight, we thought it'd be fun to predict how things will unfold come next June. Vanessa Kuri: Stanley Cup Finals: San Jose Sharks vs. Toronto Maple Leafs Stanley Cup winner: Toronto Maple Leafs While the Toronto media was focused on Marner Watch, the Leafs also made some blockbuster moves … Continue reading Our 2019-2020 Season Predictions
Photo by Bruce Bennet/Getty Images The New York Rangers opened their preseason at home on Wednesday, Sep. 18 with a 4-3 loss to their rivals across the Hudson River, the New Jersey Devils. The team couldn’t get the win but did leave behind plenty of hope and excitement for their upcoming season beginning Oct. 4. … Continue reading Recap: Devils Make a Mark over Rangers
The Chicago Blackhawks won 3-1 against European team, Eisbären Berlin, in a preseason game Sunday afternoon. The Blackhawks have been chosen to be a part of this year's NHL Global Series Challenge. They flew out to Berlin, Germany on Thursday night to play a preseason game against Eisbären Berlin who compete in the Deutsche Eishockey … Continue reading Blackhawks vs. Eisbären Game Recap
The third annual Chicago Hockey Charity Classic took place this afternoon at Fifth Third Arena, where Team Coyne Schofield and Team Pauls took the ice to raise money for Special Olympics Chicago. Here are a few of our favorite moments from today's game! (Photos by Alyssa O'Brenski, Puck It Up)
.Now that the Stanley Cup has been lifted by the St. Louis Blues, the real off-season has begun. This might be one of the most exciting and active off-seasons we see in a while because of the dynamite that has hit the open market. Featured are the likes of Artemi Panarin (LW, Columbus Blue Jackets) … Continue reading High Times in the Mile High City
The Chicago Steel sealed their fate with an overtime goal last Saturday night, defeating the Muskegon Lumberjacks in four games to claim the Eastern Conference Championship title and secure a spot in the Clark Cup Final. Tomorrow night they will take on the Sioux Falls Stampede, who earned their Western Conference Championship title with a … Continue reading Three Wins From the Clark Cup: Chicago Steel Advance to Finals
The Hart gets awarded to the player "judged to be the most valuable to his team" and is voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. Last year, writers almost unilaterally ruled out the notion that a player can win this award even if his team is not in the playoffs. From what I've heard … Continue reading Kucherov Will Win the Hart, But Should He?