Zach Werenski

I'll have to say that the autograph from Zach Werenski isn't exactly my favorite in the world.  I'll also say it isn't the worst I've seen either. Zach is currently a defenseman for the Columbus Blue Jackets and was drafted into the league during the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.  He was selected 8th overall in... Continue Reading →

Cam Atikinson

Cam Atikinson is currently a member of the Columbus Blue Jackets and likely wants to stay there the rest of his NHL career.  He was originally drafted by the team in 2008, going 157th overall.  That draft was excellent as they produced talents like Erik Karlsson, Steven Stamkos and Drew Doughty.  Obviously, Cam wasn't very... Continue Reading →

Calvin Pickard

At the age of 26, Calvin Pickard has yet to make an impact on the Toronto Maple Leafs' starting goaltender debate.  While he's only played for two teams (and been a member of three, technically) and drafted in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft you gotta wonder when he gets a shot at the top spot. ... Continue Reading →

Claude Lemieux

Claude Lemieux is one of the dirtiest players the NHL has seen and I actually say that in a good way.  Maybe I actually meant he played with an edge which at times, he crossed.  Needless to say, Claude was very good at what he did.  He won the Stanley Cup four times with three... Continue Reading →

James Phelan

James Phelan, currently playing for the Texas Stars, is a CHL graduate, having played for three junior hockey teams.  Initially drafted into the CHL in 2013 by the Shawinigan Cataractes, playing two and a half season for the club.  He scored a total of 43 points during his tenure with the team. On December 20,... Continue Reading →

Drake Caggiula

Drake Caggiula came into the NHL with a ton of hype.  His role in the NCAA Frozen Four tournament where he potted a handful of points in the championship game and was named Most Outstanding Player of the tournament.  Overall for the season, he scored 51 points in 39 games. Coming into the NHL, there... Continue Reading →

Derrick Pouliot

Derrick Pouliot of the Vancouver Canucks has definitely not lived up to his #8 overall draft pick in 2012.  On the defensive side for the Canucks, they only recently picked up a stud defenseman in Quinn Hughes who appears to be that elite defender they've been after.  As of today, the top 5 include Alex... Continue Reading →

Trevor Carrick

Trevor Carrick is a 2012 selection of the Carolina Hurricanes, yet has only played a handful of the games for the organization.  At this moment, he's played a total of 3 games in the NHL.  With each passing year, the team becomes harder to crack as new prospects get selected.  This year there already appears... Continue Reading →

Craig Conroy

I'm a big fan of what Craig Conroy has done for the Calgary Flames.  Like Jarome Iginla, Craig has done so much for the city of Calgary by really being embedded into the community.  He's gone from player to management (at both the AHL and NHL stages!). Craig started his career by being drafted by... Continue Reading →

Zach Yuen

Zach Yuen was a 4th round pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft which was held at the Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota.  It was a draft which saw some notable names make their way into the NHL such as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (1st), Nikita Kucherov (58th) and Johnny Gaudreau (104th). While Zach is currently unsigned... Continue Reading →

Matt Cullen

Matt Cullen has been around for ages! Born in 1976, Matt is still playing hockey in the NHL at the young age of 41.  Before this season, Jaromir Jagr was crowned the oldest player in the league currently but since he has left, the trophy now belongs to Matt.  For the record, Gordie Howe owns... Continue Reading →

Alexis Gravel

I've said it many times but I'll say it again, I really like the fact that hockey players are so fan friendly.  Today's post is about Alexis Gravel, currently playing for the Halifax Mooseheads.  He had a pretty successful rookie season, splitting duties with Blade Mann-Dixon, who was nearing the end of his junior career. ... Continue Reading →

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