Plus: Emery back between pipes to foil Rinne after Predators pick apart ex-Nashville puck-stopper Ellis; Price’s inspired play perhaps a product of Pat Burns’ message; Miller playing it cool as he burns Philly in shutout win; this and more in the InGoal Update for April 15.Read More
Author: Paul Szabo
Plus Sergei Bobrovsky gets a needed boost from Brian Boucher in Philadelphia; Ray Emery beats the odds but may have lost his job in Anaheim; and more in the April 11 update.Read More
Concussions have dominated the National Hockey League news cycle all season, so it was only a matter of time before the talk turned to goaltenders taking 100-mile-on-hour slap shots off the noggin became a talking point in the mainstream media.
That’s exactly what happened on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada broadcast of Thursday’s game between Ottawa and Montreal.Read More
Plus: Michael Leighton gets another chance at brotherly love in Philly; Pittsburgh Flower ready for springtime; Price’s minutes still growing; and more in the April 7 update.Read More
With the playoffs just over a week away, it’s time for the annual game of “how much is too much” by those charged with analyzing NHL playoff goaltending. But what happens if a No.1 goaltender goes down with an injury, or simply doesn’t deliver as expected?Read More