Olli Jokinen

Olli Jokinen

Winnipeg Jets: 4 Players Who Need to Perform Better

To say the Winnipeg Jets are struggling would be a bit of an understatement. 

The Jets have lost three straight and have failed to score more than two goals in their last five games. 

With a little more than a quarter of the season gone, the Jets have just 11 points and find themselves in the basement of the Eastern Conference. 

NHL Free Agency: Diamonds in the Rough

As the 2011-2012 NHL season begins its final act, we look ahead to the start of a new hockey year. For fans around the league, free agency offers the promise of a run to the Cup next season. This off-season could very well be named the Summer of Ryan and Zach, as American stars Ryan Suter and Zach Parise are set to become unrestricted free agents.

Detroit Red Wings: What They Need to Do This Offseason

The Detroit Red Wings' season came to an early end thanks to the Nashville Predators. Although they did break the home-ice win record, it will most likely not be remembered.

The Wings showed their age. They looked slow and sluggish in the playoffs. A younger, less experienced team showed that it is possible to stop Detroit.

Olli Jokinen: 5 NHL Teams That Should Pursue the Free Agent

Posted 05/01/2012 - 21:08 by HockeyPolls

Calgary Flames center Olli Jokinen is on the market as a free agent, and several teams would be smart to look into pursuing the veteran.

Jokinen has been traded five times in his 13-year career, but he played the entirety of his most recent contract with the Flames.

Florida Panthers: Top 50 All-Time Best Skaters

The Florida Panthers started out in 1993 in a land nobody had ever considered fertile ground for a hockey club, let alone an NHL franchise.

Florida shot out of the gates and made the Stanley Cup Finals in only its third season.  Colorado ended the dream with a 4-0 series victory. 

Mediocre Start to 2011 For The Struggling Calgary Flames

Jay Feaster took over as the Calgary Flames general manager part way through this season but nothing has changed.  The Flames remain very mediocre. In fact, their record to start the new year is 3-3-3 and they have been outscored 34 to 23 over those nine games.  The Flames currently sit in 14th place in the Western Conference and are eight points out of a playoff spot.

Darryl Sutter Steps Down as Calgary Flames GM: What Now?

Numerous media sources are reporting that Calgary Flames general manager Darryl Sutter is stepping down with assistant GM Jay Feaster taking over a team that has failed to produce.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Darryl Sutter’s GM Tenure

Posted 11/28/2010 - 21:25 by HockeyPolls

The Flames have been stuck on mediocre land for the last few seasons and fans deserve something to cheer about.  So its time to make a trade to get better and maybe make the playoffs or blow it all up and rebuild. 

Either way, is GM Darryl Sutter the right man for the job? 

Lets take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of Sutter’s reign to see if he is the guy you want trading away Jarome Iginla or Miikka Kiprusoff.

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NHL Predictions: Which Alberta Team Will Have a Better NHL Regular Season?

With the 2010/2011 NHL Regular Season underway, I wanted to take a look at two teams that know each other very well. Both residing in Alberta, Canada the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames start off the regular season renewing their historic rivalry.

Calgary Flames' 2010-11 NHL Season Preview

As part of a continuing series, writer Benjamin Benya will be previewing all 30 NHL teams over the next two weeks in preparation for the 2010-2011 regular season.

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