by Ken Campbell - February 17, 2012 4:00 PM EST
After a couple years of relocation speculation, will the Coyotes end up staying, or possibly move to Seattle?
All right, so let’s recap a few things here. The NHL owns and operates a team that is bleeding money and is unable to find a new owner.
by Ken Campbell - February 13, 2012 5:30 PM EST
Brendan Shanahan needs to step up; Leafs no surprise; comparing the Wings to other streaks; and more.
Like most sheriffs, Brendan Shanahan rode into town with his guns blazing, promising a new brand of justice. And he even had the fancy title of “senior vice-president, player safety” to back him up.
by Ken Campbell - February 10, 2012 12:32 PM EST
Tim Thomas has every right to express his opinions, but if he is going to use his celebrity to do it, he must talk about it.
Tim Thomas wants us to know that when it comes to his political statements, “That’s my personal life and it has nothing to do with the Bruins or hockey and I’m going to remain silent.
by Ken Campbell - February 6, 2012 2:35 PM EST
The third point of Sam Gagner's magical eight-point night shouldn't have counted…and Yakupov's suspension unjust.
Sam Gagner’s eight-point performance last Thursday night was undoubtedly the NHL’s feel-good story of the week and, on the surface, it was phenomenal.
by Ken Campbell - February 3, 2012 3:24 PM EST
With the trade deadline closing in, how active will the Senators be and how much of their future would they sacrifice?
When Ottawa Senators GM Bryan Murray puts his ear to the ground these days, he hears the rest of the Eastern Conference creeping up the standings.
by Ken Campbell - January 31, 2012 12:23 PM EST
Who will win the Hart Trophy?; what will happen with Sidney Crosby?; ownership issues; and more.
Don’t think you’ve seen the last of the 12-9 games just because the All-Star Game is in the rear-view mirror. After all, the Philadelphia Flyers and the Winnipeg Jets play two more times this season, including Tuesday night, and Ilya Bryzgalov is bound to start one of them.
by Ken Campbell - January 27, 2012 10:25 AM EST
Ovechkin is taking a lot of flak for his decision to skip (and rightfully so), but fervor should be pointed at Lidstrom and Selanne.
The reaction to Alex Ovechkin’s decision to snub the All-Star Game this weekend reminds me a lot of four years ago when Scott Niedermayer decided to sit out nearly half the 2007-08 season after his Anaheim Ducks won the Stanley Cup.
by Ken Campbell - January 23, 2012 9:25 PM EST
The Bruins goalie will be chastised for his decision not to join his teammates at the White House, but he should be commended for being a conscientious dissenter.
Tim Thomas will undoubtedly be drawn and quartered by many in the court of public opinion for not pumping U.S. president Barack Obama’s tires by refusing to attend the Boston Bruins Stanley Cup celebration at the White House.
by Ken Campbell - January 23, 2012 5:05 PM EST
When teams play games on consecutive nights, what are their records in the back end?
Perhaps he was trying to justify his team’s uninspired performance Saturday night, but Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf bucked the conventional wisdom about games that are supposed to be easy wins.
by Ken Campbell - January 20, 2012 3:47 PM EST
With both the Habs and Bolts struggling, perhaps a coach exchange would improve their fortunes.
Some Friday musings for your dining and dancing pleasure: COACH FOR COACH My former esteemed THN colleague, Mike Brophy, and I were discussing the Montreal Canadiens the other night and he came up with an idea I believe has some real merit.
by Ken Campbell - January 16, 2012 11:53 AM EST
Steve Yzerman made a mistake in signing Dwayne Roloson in the off-season, but is making a bigger one in sticking with him now.
Karma’s a bugger sometimes, isn’t it? Take the Tampa Bay Lightning, for example. Ever since the Philadelphia Flyers exposed and mocked them for playing their insidious trap, the Lightning have posted a 10-18-2 record and tumbled to the basement of the Eastern Conference.
by Ken Campbell - January 13, 2012 12:15 AM EST
Mike Cammalleri's comments may or may not have hastened his trade out of town, but the Montreal-Calagry deal is risky both ways.
Something in Michael Cammalleri’s comments about the Canadiens being “losers” may or may not have been lost in translation, but the team could not have been more clear and unequivocal than it was by trading him 24 hours after they came out.
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