February 17 2014 03:09PM
Lots of people might be worried about the Canadian men's hockey team right now. My advice? You probably shouldn't be. As much as people are focusing on the negative, there's a lot of positive arrows - including their three wins.
February 17 2014 09:34AM
The Edmonton Oilers’ defence corps is poorly regarded, and with good reason: it simply isn’t good enough. With that said, while it’s an awful mess there are also at least some building blocks in place. Who are they? To try and answer that question, we’ll look at the Oilers’ scoring chance totals with various defencemen on the ice, as well as some other statistics.
February 16 2014 07:15PM
Crazy thought. NEVER HAPPEN! And yet.....if a team has possession of a player's contract and that player's value is greater to said team than what is being offered in trade? What then? What DO you do?
February 16 2014 06:36AM
Sunday’s match between the Canadian and Finnish men’s hockey teams isn’t an elimination game, but it is the first chance Canada will have to play against an actual medal threat in Sochi. Finland by most estimates ranks fifth among best-on-best teams at games like this, and in the early going has cut through the Austrian and Norwegian entries with the same ease as Canada.
And for their biggest test of the tournament, head coach Mike Babcock has made some lineup changes.
February 15 2014 10:38PM
The fate of prospect Anton Lander is one of the decisions the Edmonton Oilers will need to make soon. The 22-year-old centre, drafted 40th overall by the team back in 2009, is in his final year of waiver exemption. More than that, he’s laying waste to the American Hockey League.