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After watching the Rangers flounder thru the motions against the Kings the other night ,I have reached the conclusion that Glenn Sather needs to do something quick.
This year has brought the most New Jersey Devils trade rumors I can remember!! But at the same time you still have Uncle Lou (Devils General Manager Lou Lamoriello) at the helm.
February is a short month and the superstars of this great game aren’t going to need much convincing by the end of it either. The month kicks off with the All-Star game on the 2nd in Los Angeles, before returning to club action for two weeks, and then the coveted Winter Olympics from Salt Lake City starts February 15th.
Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier has been working the phones the past week and a trade will be coming.
Reports from the Toronto Star, that contract extensions are in the works for goaltender Curtis Joseph, who is in the last year of his contract.
Canadian hockey is sadly dying in the NHL, as the only strong market teams are the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs. Why doesn’t the Canadian owners create a new league, with just Canadian teams: the CNHL (Canadian National Hockey League).
Winless in their last six, losing one in OT, is not what the Rangers are supposed to do. Sather, Low, and the Rangers suffered their “sixth straight concussion” losing to the Philadelphia Flyers Saturday afternoon. It was a fine game, although hearing the fans boo at their former team captain Lindros and seeing Roenick’s cocky personality on the ice was pretty annoying.
The Dallas Stars have traded Benoit Hogue to the Boston Bruins for Scott Pellerin.
Is everyone wondering how this game will go? Well, it is better if the game is discussed first. Rangers are winless in their last 5 games only scoring 4 goals, and the Flyers are the hot team here. Rangers cold, Flyers hot, my guess is a 5-2 game for the Flyers. Then, there is the discussion on Lindros.
Well it looks like after days of speculation, Forsberg had indeed arrived in Denver. But this was apparently NOT to return to the Avalanche.
I now have a total of 10 teams with player Mid Term Grades. Where are the Flyers fans out there? I might as well grade the players myself if you Flyers fans can’t do it. I already received grades for the Panthers, Leafs, Penguins, Islanders, Capitals, Senators, Canadiens, Bruins, and obviously Rangers and Devils. Try to email me the other teams by Sunday night. All I can say is that so far I received awesome reviews, which is great to see from members of HTR.
Jiri Dopita scored 4 goals yesterday- admittedly against the Atlanta Thrashers- nonetheless his season may be facing a huge turnaround for the better as his Philadelphia Flyers begin their ascendency to the top. One probably shouldn’t read too much into it though: wait and see if things continue this way for Dopita.
I am a loyal Vancouver Canucks fan and I am happy with the trades General Manager Brian Burke has thus far done. Now all he has to do to make the team as best as they can be.
With regards to the many complaints of the referees, I’ve begun to ask myself a new question: if a new league, committed to providing clean and enjoyable hockey, sprang up against the National Hockey League, would it outdraw and eventually dethrone the NHL? With the NHL’s poor ratings and even worse attendance, at least south of the Canadian border, I’m guessing that the new league does stand a chance, not like the doomed XFL against the National Football League, since the NHL isn’t very strong on the North American scale (at least when compared to the NFL).
Over the past few years, considerable mention has been made regarding hockey’s continuing losing battle in the United States with football, baseball and basketball, and the debate has led me to speculate: how are the other sports doing? Is hockey clearly the only inept sport or are the other sports in a state of mismanagement? Also, if the sports have problems, how are they staying ahead of hockey? My research and observations have shown that the whole sports world needs a new direction, not just hockey.
Hello HTR members. I received an article from MantaRay as his Mid Term grades for the Devils players. I already posted mine for the Rangers on a different site and obviously I would only get bashed and little reads on it if I posted it on here. BUT I have an idea.
I would like to post an article with every teams’ players’ Mid Term Grades written by YOU. Since I don’t want this site’s Submitted Articles section to overload, e-mail me your Mid Term Grades for your team’s players. I will pick out the best and most reasonable ones. So, I know I will receive more than one Flyers Mid term Grades, and I will pick out the best. Here is a lay-out:
Player’s Name: Grade (A+ to F) and a very brief comment, two sentences or three, but not too long.
Here is my e-mail: email@example.com
Winnipeg “the center of Canada and probably the best hockey city in the country” may once again showcase a National Hockey League franchise. Sources (very good ones) have told myself that local intrests from Winnipeg Goldeyes tycoon Sam Katz and old Winnipeg Jets owner Barry Shenkarow have thrown together enough money, along with a new downtown arena, to potentially bring the NHL back to Winnipeg. This should bring joy to Winnipeg fans angry at the loss of the Jets since the original team left for Phoenix in 1996.
Faceoff.com today is reporting that Ottawa Senators majority owner Rod Bryden has sold his share of the Ottawa Senators to a limited partnership group for $186.65 million. Bryden, however, will remain on to run the Senators as he had been doing prior to the sale.
He also holds a 10-year option under the sales agreement to buy the team back and stated that he plans to use that option.
How will this help the Senators? Well, the most important part for their fans is that it gaurantees that the Senators will remain in Ottawa. The rest is just speculation.
SportsLine.com wire reports
DENVER — Peter Forsberg is expected to return to the Colorado Avalanche before the start of the Olympics, which begin Feb. 8, the Denver Post reported on its website Tuesday morning.