The NHL’s Best: 5 Young Hockey Players to Watch!

Nathan MacKinnon of The Colorado Avalanche

Nathan MacKinnon of The Colorado Avalanche

The NHL’s Best: 5 Young Hockey Players to Watch!

The NHL is one of the most exciting professional sport leagues in the world. Due to the quick turn around of rookies to stalwart professionals, fans of the sport are always seeing great new hockey players. With the sport constantly evolving, we think it’s worth taking a peak at 5 of the up and coming hockey players to watch. Let’s get started…

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The Beginner’s Guide To Taping A Hockey Stick Properly

Beginner Hockey Stick Tape

How To Tape A Hockey Stick Properly

Knowing how to tape a hockey stick properly is almost as important to the game of hockey itself as knowing how to skate. Taping is a ritual that seasoned players do before each game to ensure they get the best grip and most life out of the blade of their hockey stick, allowing them to get the best touches and shots with the puck. Below are the steps for how to tape a hockey stick properly, so you can fit right in before even stepping out onto the ice.

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Just What Rules Change Between NHL And NCAA Hockey?

NCAA vs NHL Rules

Playing ice hockey at a Division I college gives many players the training and experience they require in order to eventually carve out a career at the NHL level. Although NCAA players aren’t paid millions of dollars and they have to take a bus to each game instead of a private jet, their passion and commitment to the sport are what make college hockey so compelling. However, when college players make the leap to the professional ranks, what rule changes do they have to learn?

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Playoff OT Is Not Broken, and Here’s Why…

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If you want the NHL to implement a system in which playoff games are decided in a shootout then you’re probably the same person who thinks fighting is unsportsmanlike and that everyone should get a trophy after every gym class. Baseball plays single innings until someone wins. Basketball plays 5-minute periods until someone is winning at the end. Soccer plays two 15-minute periods, and then goes to a shootout if needed. Football can be won on one single play in overtime, but if there’s no touchdown first, the rules get a lot more complicated. As for hockey:

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