The National Hockey League’s playoffs are rapidly approaching, and things could look very different this season. Not only do teams need to consider their own strengths and weaknesses as they relate to potential playoff runs, but COVID-related quarantine periods will also factor in, as will the thought that a piece they gain for the remainder
In knocking in a sloppy rebound past San Jose Sharks’ goalie Devan Dubnyk for a decisive goal in the St. Louis Blues 5-2 win, Jordan Kyrou registered his third three-point game of the season. And he wasn’t even the best player on his line. Captain Ryan O’Reilly was plus-4. Linemate David Perron also had four
If we’re being honest, it’s a part of innate human nature to occasionally check up on our exes. In most cases, we want them to be doing well, just maybe not too well – or at least not better than us. Those same sensibilities apply to players who have moved on from your favorite team.
The Anaheim Ducks have had several iconic sweater numbers throughout their 26-year history. At the top of that list are Paul Kariya, Teemu Selanne and Scott Niedermayer, with their numbers, 8, 9 and 27 respectively, retired by the franchise. You can expect a few more names to be added to that list in the future,