CLICK FOR FULL: If you made a list of breakout rookies this season, Tyler Wong was not among them. The 21 year old undrafted prospect carried the Vegas Golden Knights in what would eventually be a lopsided 9-4 victory against the Vancouver Canucks tonight in the Rogers Arena. So who is this emerging weapon on the Golden Knights? […] CONTINUE
CLICK FOR FULL Wednesday October 4th 7:00 PM – Toronto at Winnipeg – We are re-introducing the Matthews vs Laine debate as the two scorers go head to head in an all Canadian matchup. This is the first game of the NHL schedule so people, will be watching. Huge deal, Matthews or Laine will probably score a bunch. 10:00PM – Calgary at Edmonton – It’s the Battle of […] CONTINUE
CLICK FOR FULL With the 2017-18 NHL Season approaching, there are 6 teams in the NHL that are without a captain. There’s significant diversity in the teams presented here, but they all have youth in common. East: Toronto, Carolina, Buffalo. In Toronto the choice falls between two players. Auston Matthews is the most obvious selection. But entering his […] CONTINUE
READ FULL – You read all of that correct. Many teams will be scrambling to assemble their offer sheets in the next year. I have here the top players who will be free agents in the 2019-20 season ranked by current cap hit. While the Top 10 of talent is astounding there are many active players with significant […] CONTINUE
FULL ARTICLE – With the NHL expanding, contracts are growing. What was once an astronomical fee for players is quickly becoming a bargain rate for certain players. 5 Million dollars per year is an absolute steal for players of a certain caliber. John Tavares, or Max Paccioretty both should earn upwards of 7 or 8 million based off […] CONTINUE
Bill Foley might have struck gold in Las Vegas.
Foley has claimed the Golden Knights project to rank among the NHL’s top “five, six or seven” teams in ticket sales during their inaugural 2017-18 season, ahead of storied franchises like the Bruins, Flyers and two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins.
“Edmonton has more revenue in their brand-new arena,” Foley said. “The Rangers, Toronto, Chicago Blackhawks, they’re all ahead of us. Montreal is right with us.
“We have more revenue than the Flyers, Penguins, the Boston Bruins. Most of our tickets are multiyear. The lower bowl is three to 10 years.”
Foley insisted the Knights have “sold 13,500 of the 17,000 seats” for regular-season games at T-Mobile Arena.
For perspective, the Penguins have a sellout streak of 484 consecutive games at PPG Paints Arena and were the NHL’s 11th-most profitable franchise in 2016 according to Forbes’ most recent valuation. Forbes estimated the Penguins…
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With Game 6 only a few hours away in Nashville, I have collected the most interesting stats relating to the players on what could be potentially the last NHL game we see this season. Most of these are off of Twitter from varying sports accounts and certainly tell the story of a fantastic cup final.
- Fleury/Murray Debate
Matt Murray was statistically playing worse than Fleury as he was being pulled against the Sens. Here are some expanded statistics in regards to their play.
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Don’t expect Fleury to start any more games this season barring injury, but what wild numbers.
2. Multi-Point Playoff Games: Wayne Gretzky – 108 Mark Messier – 77 Jari Kurri – 60 Glenn Anderson – 56 Paul Coffey – 56 – Crosby – 56
3. Pens have now outscored opponents 11-1 in the 1st period…
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