As far as days in mid-July go, today was a pretty busy one for the NHL. At noon, long-time Red Wings netminder Chris Osgood retired, leaving the league 10th on the all-time wins lists with 401 and starting a Hall of Fame debate that's going to last
Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi have brought their friendship and their shoot-first mentality to Minnesota, joining a team in dire need of some snipers. Though this is a statistic subject to official-scorer discretion, the Wild was last in the
Brad Richards, the Rangers ' new $60 million center, doesn't want to be called a savior, although he did say last week that if the Rangers win their first Stanley Cup since 1994, you can call me whatever you want. Brian McInnis/Charlottetown Guardian,
Even in an era of bonus points for overtime or shootout losses, there are only a finite number of points up for grabs every year. Logically, if one team is better, somebody else needs to be worse. The one prediction you can safely make every year is
The Minnesota Wild have been searching for the kind of dynamic goal scorer who can put the puck in the net in the blink of an eye, a player who won't hesitate to let a shot rip from anywhere in the opposing goaltender's zip code, ever since Marian
Brad Richards impatiently waited for this day, the day he could finally pick a new team from a whole slew of suitors. After a day of being wooed by teams around the NHL, Richards chose the one that was the front-runner all along the New York Rangers.
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