Opinion: You Can Do Better, NHL

Several NHL teams have reportedly shown interest in suspended player Slava Voynov. The Athletic’s Katie Strang has noted a few of the roadblocks the Russian hockey player faces—including immigration issues and his suspension—but there is one that should have already stopped the considering teams dead in their tracks: the horrifying domestic assault against his wife. In October of 2014, Voynov was arrested, spent […]

NHL Hands Out End-of-Season Awards

The NHL handed out it’s most important awards Wednesday night in Las Vegas, including the heavily-debated MVP award. Here’s a list of the finalists and winners: Ted Lindsay Award: Taylor Hall, New Jersey Devils; Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers; Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado Avalanche. Connor McDavid took home the Ted Lindsay award for the most outstanding player in the NHL for the second straight season. He also […]

NHL Playoffs have Begun!

  It is the time of year where multiple sports are culminating to an end, with championships and playoffs just beginning. The National Hockey League has just started with the playoffs for the teams, which have the best records throughout the long regular season. For just the first week, the teams have already begun exhibiting […]

Player Profile: T.J. Tynan

T.J. Tynan is a center who started his junior career (USHL) with the Des Moines Buccaneers during the 2009-2010 hockey season. He played in 60 games with the Buccaneers and scored 17 goals and added 55 assists. Tynan would move on to the University of Notre Dame where he would play collegiate hockey for the […]

Player Profile: Miles Wood

Miles Wood is a Left Winger who began his junior hockey career with the Salem Ice Dogs of the Empire Junior Hockey League. He would play with them for two seasons before moving on to play at Noble and Greenough School. His first year there would be the 2012-2013 hockey season when Wood recorded 8 […]

Player Profile: Trevor van Riemsdyk

Trevor van Riemsdyk is an NHL defenseman who was born in Middletown, NJ. His junior career began in high school at the Christian Brothers Academy where he recorded 11 goals and 47 assists in 29 games. Over the next two seasons, van Riemsdyk was a member of the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs where he impressed […]