Author Archives: Danny Gonzalez

Ottawa should sign Daniel Alfredsson to a 1 day deal so he can retire a Senator

In 1994, the Ottawa Senators drafted Swedish winger, Daniel Alfredsson, in the sixth round. Since he won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the Year, “Alfie” had been the image of the Sens until leaving the team in free agency for the Detroit Red Wings in 2013. Read more

The rising stock of L.A. Kings Tyler Toffoli

Tyler Toffoli exits the Staples Center locker room, gearing up for a playoff game this April. (Getty Images)

Tyler Toffoli, 22 year-old Canadian, was drafted in 2010 by the LA Kings in the second round (47th overall) of the National Hockey League Entry Draft. Four years later, Tyler has officially made his mark on a NHL roster.

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Face of a franchise, Henrik Lundqvist getting it done on and off the ice

Henrik Lundqvist NYR (NHL)

Henrik Lundqvist NYR (NHL)

After coming up just short of living the dream in the 2013-2014 season, Rangers superstar goalie, Henrik Lundqvist, has been quite the popular man. Whether it be appearances on late night television, magazine photo shoots, or hosting goalie camps for kids, one can only wonder how ready he is to start the year on a strong note. Read more

Florida Panthers: Aaron Ekblad Set To Impress

Aaron Ekblad was selected number 1 overall by the Florida Panthers at the 2014 NHL Entry Draft (Photo credit to cbssports.com)

For the first time since 1994, the Florida Panthers had sole possession of the number one pick in the draft. Leading up to draft day, there was speculation that the Panthers organization would trade away the pick for a valuable return from a potential buyer. Read more

The King Needs His Crown

Henrik Lundqvist during the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs

If there is one thing that Henrik Lundqvist has proved throughout his 9 years in the NHL, it’s that he is one of the elite goaltenders in the league today. Arguably, one can say that Lundqvist is the best goalie in New York Rangers history (which isn’t bad company amongst guys like Richter and Giacomin). Like Giacomin, Henrik’s accolades, so far, make up for his lack of a Stanley Cup. Read more