Finding information for your favorite NHL teams online does not have to be difficult and the information is actually readily available if you know where to look. Whether you’re looking for game stats or just information on one of your favorite players, you can find all of this online without having to leave your home or do hours worth of research. The first step to finding news on all of your favorite NHL teams online is to simply search for what you’re looking for. Use a popular search engine and be as specific as possible in your inquiry.
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Although the Carolina Hurricanes – my favorite team – didn’t make the playoffs last season, they made an aggressive move on draft day to get primed for a Stanley Cup run next season.
The Canes, who have been desperately searching for a premier forward to play alongside captain Eric Staal, finally filled that void – with Eric’s younger brother, Jordan. Carolina traded center Brandon Sutter, defensive prospect Brian Dumoulin and the eighth overall pick in the 2012 draft to the Pittsburgh Penguins to acquire the 23-year-old. The deal came just one day after Jordan Staal rejected a reported 10-year, 60 million contract extension with Pittsburgh.
I am ecstatic about Eric and Jordan joining forces in Carolina. As a huge hockey fan, I ditched my inexpensive cable provider for satellite TV last year so I could order the NHL CENTER ICE package. This way I could watch just about every NHL team play, including the Penguins. I’m very impressed with what I’ve seen from Jordan Staal. He’s a skilled skater, a good penalty killer and has excellent scoring touch around the net.
While Carolina looks to be cornering the market on Staals, they still need one more to officially have the entire family skating for them. New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal, the second-oldest after Eric, is currently the only brother that’s not a member of the Hurricanes organization. Jared Staal, the youngest brother, is currently playing for the Charlotte Checkers, the Hurricanes’ AHL affiliate.
If you are a hockey fan then at some point you will want to check out your favorite player or teams stats. You may also want to do this if you play fantasy hockey where reviewing the weekly stats is essential to building a winning team.
The best place to find player stats is on the teams website. Every team in the NHL has their own website that they can monitor. You will be able Read the rest of this entry »
There are many devoted fans across the NHL who want to see their team play live. A lot of these fans would love nothing more than to see every home game for their respective team, and are looking for NHL Season Tickets. Most do not know where to look, but getting NHL Tickets is easier than ever today.
The easiest way to obtain season tickets is to go online. All 30 NHL Teams have websites, and each of these websites. The individual websites allow you to buy season tickets, game packages and even flex options with other sports teams (ie: NBA Read the rest of this entry »
For fans who love the NHL, and love their team, if you ever wondered where they train, and ever wanted to come to a practice, many teams do hold open practices for the teams to come and see, at the local training arena, which is generally a few miles away from where the teams play their home games. Although most of the practices are closed off to the public, before the season begins, or early on in the season, many teams will allow Read the rest of this entry »
For NHL fans, it is easy to keep up with your favorite team, anywhere and anytime, thanks to all the wireless devices we have available to us today. But, if you want the best place to find news and information on your team, the best site to visit is your local team’s home site. You will find that the team’s page is the most accurate, and the most updated source, for all the information on the team you love. Not only are you going to get the highlights from last Read the rest of this entry »