The Edmonton Oilers will select first in the 2012 NHL Entry draft for the third straight year, the first team to do so since the Quebec Nordiques did in the late from 1989-91. This was anther blow to the Columbus Blue Jackets, who just can’t buy a break.
There was not any huge player dealt, but Chicago, Nashville, St. Louis, and Columbus all got skaters that they hope will benefit them this season and possibly for seasons to come. Here are the NHL trade deadline winners and losers for the NHL Central.
Many fans want a veteran player on their hockey team, but what really gets them excited is raw, young talent. On that note let us dive into a much closer look at the NHL’s Central Division’s top prospects.
The Central Division is always one to watch in the NHL. In this Central Division outlook, we’ll look at some of the more pressing offseason issues for each team.
The Hawks will start an important eight-game road trip this weekend, first kicking it off in Columbus, were they will play the Blue Jackets right after they shut them out 3-0 Thursday. It’s the longest road trip for the Hawks this season, and it comes in a crucial part of the season. The Hawks looked […]