The New York Islanders have made the playoffs in 3 out of the past 4 seasons and are one of only 5 teams in hockey that put together two consecutive 100-point seasons over the past 2 years.
This isn’t a list of the best five athletes of all time. This list takes a look at athletes who were able to dominate their competition over some stretch of time.
The first noise of the NHL offseason was made on Wednesday by none other than the Chicago Blackhawks.
As the illustrious career of Kobe Bryant wound down to it’s final game, I began to think about how almost all of the sports icons that I grew up with have either retired, or are nearing that same fate.
If you thought I was finished writing Phil Kessel articles, think again. See, I wasn’t intending to write another Kessel article, but I had to comment on what I came across today.
With a 3-1 win over the San Jose Sharks last night, the Pittsburgh Penguins captured their fourth Stanley Cup title in franchise history. In the aftermath of the Penguins victory, Sidney Crosby was awarded the Conn Smythe Award as the team’s playoff MVP.