UNIONDALE, NY- Alex Ovechkin usually makes highlight films thanks to offensive rushes that formulate into highlight-worthy plays. Yet the NHL’s reigning MVP and scoring champion is also capable of destroying teams with subtle actions. Before centerman Nicklas Backstrom takes an offensive zone faceoff, Ovechkin deftly lines up directly behind the circle
NEWARK, NJ – Five was the number of the evening for the New Jersey Devils Wednesday night, when they faced the Montreal Canadiens. Five players notched two points in the Devils’ fifth straight win, a 5-2 success that solidified New Jersey as tops in the Atlantic Division at the All-Star Break.
LOWELL, Mass. – The Lowell Devils got all of the offense they needed in the […]
NEW YORK – The New York Rangers rode stellar special teams play to beat the […]
PORTLAND, ME – The Hartford Wolf Pack’s line of P.A. Parenteau, Artem Anisimov and Brodie […]
HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack had a shot at their first three-game winning […]
HARTFORD, CT – The streak is over, much to the Hartford Wolf Pack’s delight. After […]
This has been on the clock for years. The Islanders – forever the ninth team in a nine team market – are now flirting with Kansas City, starting next season with a preseason game against the Los Angeles King. Now, no one can blame owner Charles Wang for looking elsewhere.
THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF THE RANGERS: The Gardens There have been four Madison Square Gardens, with a $600 million refurbishing of the arena slated to begin in 2009.
UNIONDALE, NY – Maybe we should call these the “Dog Days of Winter.” It’s a time where the hockey season grinds down even the best of players. And that, of course, includes Henrik Lundqvist. For some reason, the holidays haven’t been kind to the Rangers’ franchise goalie. Last month, Lundqvist went 4-5-1 with an un-Henrik-like 3.74 goals against average.