May 15: This Day in NHL History

Monday, May 15, 2017 12

THIS DATE IN HISTORY: May 15 1926: The NHL adds a second team in New York when a franchise is granted to Madison Square Garden president Tex Rickard. The team soon becomes known throughout the city as “Tex’s Rangers,” and the name “Rangers” sticks. The new franchise joins the one year after the New York […]

Brayden Schenn to the Leafs?

Thursday, November 21, 2013 9

The Philadelphia Flyers have been playing well lately after their awful start to the season. That has not stopped GM Paul Holmgren from trying to shake up his team. Holmgren has let teams know forward Brayden Schenn is available. The Toronto Maple Leafs have called, and that it would likely cost Jake Gardiner for Schenn. […]

Could Curtis Glencross be traded?

Wednesday, October 09, 2013 10

The Philadelphia Flyers are reportedly already scouting the trade market to see what they can find. The Flyers have been scouting the Calgary Flames and trade rumors are going around that they are targeting Flames forward Curtis Glencross. Glencross, 30, netted 26 points in 40 games last season. He has 24- and 26-goal seasons on […]