Category Archives: Atlantic Division

Simon Gagne retires after 14 seasons

Simon Gagne suited up in 23 games with the Boston Bruins last season, scoring three goals. (Bruins.NHL.com)

Simon Gagne suited up in 23 games with the Boston Bruins last season, scoring three goals. (Bruins.NHL.com)

Longtime left winger Simon Gagne on Tuesday announced his retirement, after 14 NHL seasons.

Gagne last suited up for the Boston Bruins, scoring three goals and one assist over 23 games in 2014-15. He took a leave of absence from the team in December to be with his father, Pierre, and did not return following his death.

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Lou Done It: Lamoriello Shocks Everyone By Ditching The Devils For The Maple Leafs

Lou Lamoriello is the new GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs and that still feels weird to say. (Photo credit: Mark Blinch/Canadian Press)

Lou Lamoriello is the new GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs and that still feels weird to say. (Photo credit: Mark Blinch/Canadian Press)

As I got in my car on Thursday to make the 15-minute commute to work I was doing so with the knowledge that the man who had been with the New Jersey Devils for 28-years, Lou Lamoriello, was still the team’s acting president. Read more

How Phil Kessel made two teams winners on July 1st

 

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For the Toronto Maple Leafs, turmoil seemed to be the name of the game. They’ve made the playoffs only once in the past decade, the teams they put together always seem to disappoint and the fans are as ruthless as can be. Justifiably so, since it has been almost 50 years since the city of Toronto has seen a Stanley Cup Final. Read more

Assessing the Stanley Cup hopes of the Canadian NHL Teams

Stanley Cup Champs Blackhawks 2015 (Getty)

Stanley Cup Champs Blackhawks 2015 (Getty)

Another season is in the books and another Stanley Cup has been raised. It’s been 22 years since the 1993 Montreal Canadiens lifted Lord Stanley’s Holy Grail. This year Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver had a shot to go deep in the playoffs, but the Stanley Cup drought continues for Canada. Let’s take a look at the Canadian teams that could win it all next year or possibly in near future. Read more

The joy of victory and the agony of defeat of the 2015 Stanley Cup Final

(Feb. 12, 2010 – Source: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images North America)

The Chicago Blackhawks hoisted the Stanley Cup for the 3rd time in 6 years on Monday night. For the first time in 77 years the cup was won on Chicago ice. Of course whenever the is a winner, their must also be a loser, below we look at some of the great stories in the Finals vs. some of the sad ones. Read more

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