Some of the NHL’s biggest stars are rushing to Europe with no end to the lockout in sight.
Top NHL stars are making plans in the event of a lockout. A cancellation of the 2012-13 NHL season would ruin many great storylines.
An ignited top line could be the final ingredient needed for the Rangers to make a deep playoff run.
We were beginning to wonder when the Rangers would respond to the bulletin board material fired off by San Jose Sharks captain Joe Thornton on Monday night.
Before Boomer talked about Keyshawn Johnson’s obsession with him, we heard from Rangers head coach John Tortorella, as he sounded off on Sharks captain Joe Thornton, who took a shot at Tort’s team, calling the Blueshirts ‘the softest team we played on the trip.’
After losing three of four, the San Jose Sharks are looking to get back on track. Joe Thornton’s return from suspension should help, as should facing the New York Islanders.
The Devils finished the month of October with a record of 3-8-1. The seven points are the third-lowest total ever in the season’s opening month since the club moved to New Jersey back in 1982.
The New Jersey Devils have high-priced talent and one of the best goaltenders in history. That hasn’t translated into them looking like an Eastern Conference contender yet.