This afternoon, NHL commissioner, Gary Bettman, spoke about the NHL’s return to play strategy and what the league will look like if it can resume the season later this summer. While there are undoubtedly plenty of questions that will need to be answered in due time, Bettman spoke a little bit about what’s to come…
It looks like the trade is officially one for one.
As the NHL unveiled its plan for a 24-team playoff tournament this summer, commissioner Gary Bettman officially announced that the 2019-20 regular season had come to an end.
A key point of contention in the NHL’s 24-team return-to-play format has seemingly been cleared up.
Last week the NHL proposed an unprecedented 24-team playoff. Well, the first round would be considered a play-in, not a playoff, but whatever they want to call it, for the first time in league history 24 teams will be involved in a win-the-series-and-move-on-or-lose-and-go-home scenario. Great. I love the 24-team idea. It makes sense, and while…
It was 11 years ago today that the Edmonton Oilers hired the eighth coach in history, Pat Quinn.
By the start of the 1991-92 season, virtually the entire core of the Boys on The Bus who formed the Oilers dynasty in the 1980s was gone.
Over the weekend, the NHLPA voted heavily in favour of accepting a 24-team playoff format in the event the NHL resumes the 2019-20 season later this summer. This is just a very small step forward to getting the league going and there are some large, complicated hurdles left to overcome.