Kessel Hopes to Bounce Back for CoyotesPhil Kessel is hoping to get a second chance with the Arizona Coyotes in their upcoming battle against the Nashville Predators for the Stanley Cup Qualifiers. He is eager to rebound from his tough season and would give all that he’s got to prove his worth once more for the team.
Provorov Enjoys Stay with Billet FamilyIvan Provorov definitely had the best time in the NHL pause as he spent a lot of time with his billet family in Pennsylvania. He is staying in the same home since he came from Russia as a 14-year-old kid back in 2011.
Coffey, Fuhr Says Nothing Can Stop Oilers DuoPaul Coffey and Grant Fuhr talk about slowing down the new hot duo in town for the Edmonton Oilers. The Hockey Hall of Famers played for the Oilers back in the 1980s, when the team had Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Jari Kurri, and a lot of big players in the game.
Torey Krug Hopes to Build Legacy with BruinsBoston Bruins fans have seen a lot from Torey Krug en route to their Stanley Cup Final last season. All seemed to be working out for him and the team, and it seems that Krug has seen what he could be if he stayed with them for a longer time in his career.
Wikstrand Glad He Signed with Ak BarsDefenceman Mikael Wikstrand played a big role in helping the Ak Bars Kazan come up with a sweep of Neftekhimik in the first round of the Gagarin Cup before the global pandemic forced the league to come up with a decision to halt the playoffs until further notice.
Ward Opts to Retire After 11 SeasonsJoel Ward has finally decided to let go of his NHL dreams as the 39-year-old finally came up with the decision to step out of the ice rink. The former San Jose Sharks forward will no longer return to play in the league but did not close out any possibility of staying within the sport.
Alexander Romanov’s Success in CSKAAlexander Romanov has been one of the youngest players in the history of the KHL to represent Team Russia in its national games. The former CSKA defenceman has won the Gagarin Cup in his first season and is following the path of a champion in his young career.
Dallas Eakins Set to Become a Better CoachDallas Eakins believes that he made the worst approach he could with the Edmonton Oilers back then. He is now excited to handle the Anaheim Ducks and is hoping to make a brighter coaching career with his new team as he learned from his past errors in the game.
Maple Leafs Confident in Return to TrainingThe Toronto Maple Leafs are somehow confident heading into the second phase of the NHL’s Return to Play Plan. They are hoping to prove big things against the Columbus Blue Jackets in their Stanley Cup Qualifier series once the league returns to action this season by August.