Arizona Coyotes 2016-17 season preview

    The Arizona Coyotes signed a lot of players this season and they re-signed a lot of players too. Shane Doan is back for another year, and so is Michael Stone and Jarred Tinordi. Connor Murphy was also signed to a 6 year deal. The club lost depth in Alex Tanguay, (who is yet toContinue reading “Arizona Coyotes 2016-17 season preview”

Anaheim Ducks 2016-17 season preview

      The Anaheim Ducks weren\’t the loudest team this off-season but they did make some moves via free agency. After losing some depth in their forwards with Jamie McGinn (ARI), Chris Stewart (MIN) and David Perron (STL) all out of town, the Ducks went out and signed Antoine Vermette to a two year deal andContinue reading “Anaheim Ducks 2016-17 season preview”

CarterHud Exclusive: 5 Questions For The Ghost

  Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere. Gostisbehere, or Ghost, as people call him will be a part of Team North America\’s defensive core in the World Cup of Hockey. North America consists of players from USA and Canada who are age 23 and younger. Gostisbehere 23, was aContinue reading “CarterHud Exclusive: 5 Questions For The Ghost”

The Impacts of Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge

      The New York Yankees recently called up two high-rated prospects and these two prospects have made a HUGE impact on the team. They are catcher Gary Sanchez and right fielder Aaron Judge.       Sanchez, who\’s been called the catcher of the future for seasons has stepped into that roll with a spectacular 6Continue reading “The Impacts of Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge”

Islanders\’ offseason moves

Over the off-season, the New York Islanders made some big moves, all happening in free agency. These were those moves.             Added: Andrew Ladd from CHI, Jason Chimera from WAS, P.A. Parenteau from TOR             Lost:    Kyle Okposo to BUF, Frans Nielson to DET, Matt Martin to TOR, Brian Strait to WIN                    Overview: Ladd is a LWContinue reading “Islanders\’ offseason moves”