Trent is a sports fan from Nova Scotia, Canada. He predominantly writes about NHL hockey, though he has been known to dabble in other areas as well. As a passionate Ottawa Senators fan, he is used to a life of disappointment.
As someone who is not personally a Maple Leafs fan, I thought it would be respectful to give their fans so space before giving my own post-mortem as to why exactly the fifth time wasn’t the charm. Here are 3 reasons why Toronto is going back to the drawing board again this offseason.
Even though there have been some specific examples recently of non-superstar goalies leading their clubs to the Stanley Cup finals, most teams that want to go all the way need a stud goalie as their leader. With that in mind, here are the 2 best and worst goalies of the first round of this year’s NHL playoffs.
This is our last week looking at the goalie situations in each division of the NHL thus far this season. We have already looked at the Central, Pacific, and Metro Divisions, so this week, we will be looking at the best and worst goalie tandems in the Atlantic Division.
A goaltender on a hot streak can make their team unstoppable, whereas a goalie who just can’t make the big save will sink the best teams. This week we will look at the best and worst goalie tandems in the Pacific Division so far this season.
Today's NHL teams focus on having a good tandem of goalies who can both be relied on to win games. With that in mind, here are the best and worst goalie tandems in the Central Division so far this season.