Winnipeg Jets 2019-20 season preview

From Getty Images       The offseason was very eventful for the Jets, and almost all of it was bad. They lost three of their top five defensemen, without gaining anyone better. It took them until there was a week left until the season started to sign their two star RFAs, and now one of theirContinue reading “Winnipeg Jets 2019-20 season preview”

Washington Capitals 2019-20 season preview

From NHL.com             The theme of this past NHL playoffs was that anyone can beat anyone. All four division winners were eliminated in the first round, applying to the Metropolitan Division winning Capitals. The offseason saw the unloading of some 2018 Stanley Cup champions, and they also signed three depth players to four year contracts.Continue reading “Washington Capitals 2019-20 season preview”

NHL Trade Review: Blues acquire Faulk

from Getty Images        The St. Louis Blues have acquired defenseman Justin Faulk and a 2020 5th round draft pick from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for defenseman Joel Edmundson, forward Dominik Bokk and a 2021 7th round pick. The Blues immediately signed Faulk to a seven year extension with a $6.5 million AAV.       Continue reading “NHL Trade Review: Blues acquire Faulk”

Vegas Golden Knights 2019-20 season preview

      Cap space was a common theme throughout the NHL offseason, but it may have applied to the Golden Knights the most. The Golden Knights had players to sign, including William Karlsson, and they started the offseason over the salary cap. Vegas got through the offseason, but they had to trade some players along theContinue reading “Vegas Golden Knights 2019-20 season preview”

Vancouver Canucks 2019-20 season preview

        It was an eventful offseason for the Canucks, as it seemed like they are sick of losing. With a young core, the Canucks added multiple veterans to hopefully put heir rebuild on the fast track. They could potentially have the Calder winner two years in a row as well, which isn\’t easy to do.Continue reading “Vancouver Canucks 2019-20 season preview”