The Carolina Hurricanes face a 0-3 deficit in the Eastern Conference Final tonight. Can they avoid being swept after a Game 7 victory in round 1 and a sweep of their own in round 2?
The international tournament begins this week, and the Preds and Blackhawks will combine for plenty of attendees.
NHL teams have the next six-ish weeks to scout and sign players from Europe who are looking to make their mark in the NHL full-time.
With all four division champions out in the first round, this might already be the most unpredictable NHL playoff season ever. A shame that the Preds had to be on the wrong end of such history, but I'm *mostly* over the icky feeling that follows the end of a season.
Today’s links will be replaced by block text of the author screaming all the superlatives he can think of to describe how bad the Preds were last night...oh wait, Kate says I can’t do that. Never mind.
Now that the first-game jitters are out we can all relax, right?....Right?
The Preds are 1-0-0 since I started my new job on Monday morning. Perhaps a portent of new things to come in Nashville?
The Preds play the Pittsburgh Penguins this evening, and no, I haven’t let go of my 2017 angst.