NHL Division Recaps
Malkin it for all it’s worth, he scored twice in his season debut.
And the Coyotes, Blackhawks pull off surprise wins.
Plus, COVID postpones several Pacific Division games.
Plus Ovechkin goes cold while Hughes heats up.
Makar’s overtime winner has everyone’s heads spinning.
Vegas and Anaheim are fighting for first in the division.
The Minnesota Wild still top the division, plus landmark moments for Loui Eriksson and Marc-Andre Fleury, and Ben Bishop retiring.
The Ducks are on the nice list, but the Flames have a list of their own.
Plus, Tuukka Rask is back practicing with the Bruins.
Plus, The Flower powers his way to his 500th career win.
And Alex Ovechkin nets goal number 750!
The Central Division has become a unique environment where the surprising favorite isn’t the cup-hungry Colorado Avalanche — it’s the Minnesota Wild.
Chris Tierney’s team can’t catch a break.
The Kings have fall off of a cliff, while the Vegas Golden Knights are slowly creeping their way back up the standings.
Is this a story only Sharks fans care about? Probably.
The Blues are (mostly) back-sliding and the Avalanche are racking up the wins.
The Canucks slide further, the Kings have a new arena name and the Ducks sit at the top of the division.
Ovechkin passes Hull, goaltender performances, and a new New York Islander arena.
The three California teams are going to duke it out for a Wild Card spot eventually.