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Nico Hischier 400, Looking Back and Ahead

Time sure flies. Can you believe Nico Hischier has now played in 400 regular-season NHL games? It feels like just yesterday he was being drafted Number One overall by the Devils in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Now, he’s 400 games into his career, and he’s The Captain of a

Young Defensemen Are Key For Devils

What wouldn’t we give to be young again? It’s an age-old adage. The older you get, the younger you want to be. Conversely, the younger you are, the older you want to be.  On Sunday night at Prudential Center against the Ducks, an old Devil returned to burn the youngins. Adam

2023 Flyers Rookie Camp Observations Day 1 

Here we are the Flyers rookies are back and I was there to see them. I am covering the Friday night game as well so that report will come out a day or two later. The key is me seeing how they look since last camp to now. What did

Intrigue in the First Round

The first round of the NHL Entry Draft is always interesting. It could be blockbuster trades, players falling or an off-the-board selection that no one saw coming that generates the excitement. This year I would have to say the intrigue mainly surrounded one player in Russian enigma Matvei Michkov. After Bedard, most

Jacob Fowler Is Hoping For Big Things This Year

Jacob Fowler won a championship in the USHL with the Youngstown Phantoms. That’s a dream for a lot of players. The way this year has worked out for him so far has been magical. “It was super special,” Fowler said. “We had good people. It’s something I’ll never forget. We did

Lenni Hameenaho Will Make a Team Very Happy 

Lenni Hameenaho is a center who is all the overboard as far as rankings go in the 2023 NHL Draft. He’s 6’1” and around 185 pounds and he plays a solid all-around game. What’s interesting is all the different rankings for this player.   Here are my thoughts about him having

Kasper Halttunen Has Great Intangibles 

Kasper Halttunen is 6’3”, 207 pounds this right winger has some talent. I watched him battle in international tournaments including the U18s, where he captained Team Finland and scored six goals and four assists in five games. Halttunen likes to lay the body. He wins a fair amount of puck battles.

Best and Worst NHL Cities With Jill Gonzalez

This data from WalletHub shows the best and worst NHL cities. Since the Stanley Cup Final is drawing near, I spoke to Jill Gonzalez to talk about the Cup cities and more. To view the full report and your city’s rank, please visit: