NHL Power Rankings – Canadian Teams 20 Games In

Thanks to Ottawa returning to the ice, all the teams north of the border are now at least 20 games into the 2021-22 season. It’s been clear for a while now that there’s a real have and have not’s divide developing amongst the seven teams, you can argue one of any three could be numberContinue reading “NHL Power Rankings – Canadian Teams 20 Games In”

Canadian Sports Rivalries – Toronto Vs. Montreal

It’s May 2021; the National Hockey League playoffs are about to begin. It’s been a season like no other. A global pandemic has kept fans away from arenas in Canada, and the teams, unable to cross the border, have been forced to square off against themselves in an all-Canadian division. It’s been a tough yearContinue reading “Canadian Sports Rivalries – Toronto Vs. Montreal”

Bringing Back 1 Player From Each Canadian NHL Team

With the new season almost upon us and a refreshing sense of normal familiarity returning to the league, seven teams from Canada will embark on a quest to end the soon-to-be 29-year wait to bring Lord Stanley’s Cup home. While we do live in the now and it’s up to new heroes to make theirContinue reading “Bringing Back 1 Player From Each Canadian NHL Team”

Where Should the Senators’ Priorities Be With Their RFA Class?

With the Ottawa Senators 2020-21 shortened 56 game season coming to end, I figured this would be a good time to look at what the Senators’ off-season playbook will look like. Part one of the series will look at the restricted free-agency class. Sitting at $31,851,667 in projected cap space, Pierre Dorion should have theContinue reading “Where Should the Senators’ Priorities Be With Their RFA Class?”