Missed this last week and I’m not going to bore you with any excuses. so I’ll just get right into it. You know the drill as every Monday I post the top stories from our FanSided NHL staff of writers. Without further delay, let’s get started.
Speaking of slow starts, the Pittsburgh Penguins are having difficulty so far, even with a new building to be excited about. A Winning Habit credits a number of things for the Habs victory over the Pens.
Nothing like having two views on one situation. Blue Line Station reviews the same game that Eye On Isles did.
The Pittsburgh Penguins finally wins one at home in their new arena. Pens Labyrinth says it’s about time.
I would bet that most people didn’t think the Toronto Maple Leafs would be undefeated at the start of the season. Editor In Leaf wants someone to wake him up as he didn’t think it could happen either.
Want to learn more about Alex the Great? The Ovechkin Project will certainly help you. Capitals Outsider let’s you in on the book review.
The Anahiem Ducks are another team that’s off to a poor start. Ducks Daily Blog asks, “Are We Really This Bad”?
Lots of curious things going on with some NHL players both on and off the ice. Blackout Dallas covers three items of interest.
Wade Belak has been known to be not only one of the best fighters in the league, but also one of the best teammates in the league too. Read Predlines to learn something else about Belak that I would bet you didn’t know.
That wraps it up for this week. Thanks for coming by.
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