Is Vegas' presence on hockey's biggest stage good? Matt gives his thoughts on the subject and more.
Hunwick seems aware that his problems weren't all circumstantial. He bore a significant part of the blame.
As the Vegas Golden Knights(!) await their opponent in the Stanley Cup Final — I just chuckled and shook my head for the one-millionth time this...
Last July, it was easy to look at the signing and wonder if the money might've been better spent.
Who should be a long-term part of the franchise and who still has something to prove?
Yes, there were frustrations, but seemingly no bad blood for the man sometimes known as 'Big-Game Brass.'
However you need to feel after the defending Stanley Cup champions were eliminated, feel it.
A player who thinks he's being selfless by enduring pain can easily cross the border into selfishness.
The persistent love from the GM hasn't changed one bit, despite Sprong not seeing an NHL game after mid-January.
The Penguins were a little more coy about their injuries than most teams are at this time of year.