2019 Off Season Plan: New York Rangers

The Rangers season kind of went as expected. With a record of 32-36-14, it was a rebuilding year where the focus was much more on the younger players developing than it was on winning. There was a still quiet a few teams that finished below them in the NHL standings, five to be exact. That … Continue reading 2019 Off Season Plan: New York Rangers

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Off-Season Plan for the Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs are coming off the most successful regular season in franchise history. However, with a first round exit for the second straight year now, the feeling is that the Maple Leafs fell short of expectations this season. There is no argument when saying the Maple Leafs are one of the most exciting … Continue reading Off-Season Plan for the Toronto Maple Leafs

Off-Season Plan for the Arizona Coyotes

The Coyotes decided to make a strong push to improve their team last off-season when they went out and acquired Niklas Hjalmarsson and Derick Stepan. They also traded away aging goaltender Mike Smith to Calgary and brought in Rangers back up Anttii Raanta to be the teams new starting goalie. The Coyotes then proceeded to … Continue reading Off-Season Plan for the Arizona Coyotes

Off-Season Plan for the Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens 2017-2018 season didn't go nearly as planned. The reward for a bad season? Usually a really good draft pick, which is exactly what they got.  They will pick 3rd overall in next months NHL entry draft and if Dahlin and Svechnikov go 1 and 2 like everyone thinks they will, the Canadiens … Continue reading Off-Season Plan for the Montreal Canadiens

Off-Season Plan for the Carolina Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes have had both a great and disastrous start to this off-season. Lets start with the bad. New Owner Tom Dundon terminated the contract of Ron Francis after he was demoted from GM to President of Hockey Operations. That led to Joe Nieuwendyk resigning from his job as pro scout and advisor for … Continue reading Off-Season Plan for the Carolina Hurricanes