Monthly Archives: September 2010

Southeast Division Preview

A few years ago, the Southeast Division was considered one of the weakest in the league. That is not the case anymore. All of these teams have improved over the offseason and in my opinion, will be one of the … Continue reading

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Atlantic Division Preview

The Atlantic Division had three teams qualify for the playoffs (New Jersey, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia). The Flyers had the most success, making it to the Stanley Cup Final and overcoming 3-0 (Boston) and 3-1 (Montreal) series deficients along the way. … Continue reading

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Northeast Division Preview

Last year we saw four teams from the Northeast Division (Buffalo, Montreal, Ottawa, & Boston) make the playoffs. Though none made it past the second round, it is very obvious that this division has one of the most depth in … Continue reading

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Preseason Impressions

With the preseason coming to a close and the regular season sneaking up, I thought I would post some of my preseason impressions on the eve of starting my regular season preview. From the Eastern Conference: Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Philadelphia, … Continue reading

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Mueller Signs On

Colorado resigned RFA Peter Mueller to a 2 year contract.  He will make $1.5M this year and $2.5M the following season.  This is a huge signing for Colorado and helps the team now and even more in the future.  Mueller, … Continue reading

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Lots of Trade Rumors

Today’s Rumors: The Kings are still looking to add a key player after failing to lure Kovalchuk from New Jersey.  They are now interested in the Senator’s Jason Spezza.  It is said that Ottawa wants two top line players and … Continue reading

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Chris Chelios Leaves Lasting Legacy

Earlier this week, Chris Chelios decided to hang up the skates for good when he was offered the position of Executive Adviser to Ken Holland, the GM of the Red Wings.  After being selected by the Montreal Canadiens with the … Continue reading

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