The Atlantic Division dominated the National Hockey League last season, as it saw four of its five teams—the Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers and new Jersey Devils—finish the regular season among the top eight teams in the Eastern Conference to make the playoffs. Arguments can be made that it was the defensive and goaltending prowess of the Atlantic Division's teams that drove this widespread success, but the true driving force was the immense offensive talent in quality and quantity that runs rampant throughout what is arguably the NHL’s most competitive division.
New Jersey Devils dominate Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 -NHL Update New Jersey continued to roll as they not only grabbed their 40th victory of the 2011-2012 National Hockey League (NHL) regular season but also a fourth straight to conti... Read Post
The Atlantic Division was the class of the NHL's Eastern Conference last season. Excluding the New York Islanders, each team finished the regular season with more than 100 standings points. The New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins ... Read Post