Written by Dan Greene In the spirit of the NHL Awards, I figured it would be interesting to see which Puck Agency clients have won awards in the past. While none of our clients won this year, many have won in previous years. First, we have to mention one of the greatest defensemen of all-time
Analyst Brian Leetch awards Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg with the first annual “Brian Leetch Award.”
Brian Leetch thinks that the Boston Bruins will hold serve at home to force a Game 7 against Vancouver, a fitting end to a hard fought, back and forth Stanley Cup Finals.
Brian Leetch expects the canucks-Bruins series to be close, but he believes Vancouver will prevail in 6 games to claim their first Stanley Cup.
With Canada’s improved economy and Winnipeg’s new arena Brian Leetch believes Winnipeg, once again, deserves a chance to support an NHL team.
NHL analyst Brian Leetch talks about Washington’s disappointing postseason but believes they still have enough young talent to remain among the NHL’s elite for year’s to come.
NHL analyst Brian Leetch examines what the Pittsburgh Penguins will need to do this offseason to remain among the NHL’s elite, as he believes the future of the Pens relies on the health of Sidney Crosby.
NHL analyst Brian Leetch lists his nominees for this year’s Conn Smythe Trophy, which is an annual award given to the MVP of the playoffs.
NHL analyst Brian Leetch previews the upcoming Boston vs. Tampa Bay series and believes that Tim Thomas is the key for Boston to advance to this year’s Stanley Cup Final.
NHL analyst Brian Leetch previews the Lightning vs. Capitals series and believes Washington will “figure out a way” to eliminate Tampa Bay in six games.