Tag Archives: James Neal

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/5/2014 — James Neal

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/5/2014 — James Neal

    With Canada set to name their men’s Olympic hockey roster on Tuesday, one of the biggest questions remaining is whether or not they’ll be taking James Neal to Sochi.  And if Steve Yzerman and company haven’t already made that decision, the Pens’ winger may have helped his cause with his performance during Sunday’s game against […]

  • Fights And Cheap Shots Mar This Weekend’s NHL Playoff Action (Videos)

    Fights And Cheap Shots Mar This Weekend’s NHL Playoff Action (Videos)

    For the past two years I have chosen to discontinue the “Frozen Fisticuffs Fight of the Night” segment during the NHL playoffs because as many of us already know, fights rarely, if ever, take place during the post-season.  However, that has been far from the case during the 2012 NHL playoffs.  In fact, all of […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 3/20/12 — Malkin, Crosby And Neal

    Stat Line Of The Night — 3/20/12 — Malkin, Crosby And Neal

    When the Winnipeg Jets hosted the Washington Capitals last Friday, their fans could be heard taunting Alex Ovechkin with chants of “Crosby’s better!”  During last night’s game against the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Jets players would learn that not only is Sidney Crosby better than Ovechkin these days, but so too are Evgeni Malkin and James […]

  • History Has Perfect Timing (James Neal’s Winner – Video)

    History Has Perfect Timing (James Neal’s Winner – Video)

    James Neal hadn’t recorded a goal in the post-season. He entered last night’s game with only one assist in his three playoff games with Pittsburgh this season. He hadn’t scored a goal in his previous 16 games, with his last coming on March 8th against Buffalo. In fact, he had only recorded one goal in […]

  • 2009 NHL Power Rankings: Week 5

    2009 NHL Power Rankings: Week 5

    In Week 5′s edition of the 2009 NHL Power Rankings we see two young teams going in opposite directions, some Ducks trying to spread their wings…or sharpen their beaks and the Sharks getting back their bite. The biggest loser in our NHL Power Rankings this week were the Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim Ducks, both falling […]