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On Tuesday the NHL released a five-minute video detailing the rules changes in place for the coming season. The video provides an in-depth review of changes associated with expanded use of video review, enhanced player safety initiatives and changes made … Continue reading
Photo: NHL via Getty Images The NHL enacted five rule changes to start the 2017-2018 hockey season. Both the regular season and the playoffs are in the rear view mirror. So now is a good time to assess whether the … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals will be shorthanded for the next 3 games, as forward Tom Wilson was handed a 3-game suspension from the NHL’s Department of Player Safety on Wednesday evening. The suspension was praised by Penguins fans, and it left … Continue reading
The Washington Capitals video review team was extremely successful last season. So much so, Caps head coach Barry Trotz would even state the Capitals’ video review team was the best in the league. Their job: to quickly identify plays worthy of … Continue reading
Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports The NHL Competition Committee met Sunday evening in Nashville for their annual Stanley Cup Finals meeting. This was Barry Trotz’ first participation in committee proceedings since being appointed last week. As a result of the meeting, … Continue reading
After significant delay, the NHL has decided to begin rolling out the new goalie gear. Rather than wait until next season, the NHL has decided to begin gradual rollout in mid-season, raising an eye-brow for many.