Starting Monday, Sept. 10, NHL.com is the place to be for hockey fans as we roll out the most exhaustive preview on the 2007-08 NHL season you will find anywhere.
Once again, NHL.com will spotlight an Eastern and Western Conference team each day.
Each team preview will provide a comprehensive look at a club's goaltending, defense and forward units. In addition, NHL.com’s John Kreiser will break down pertinent stats for each team. And NHL.com's staff of writers, led by Evan Grossman, Shawn Roarke and John McGourty, also will shine the spotlight on intriguing personalities throughout the League. We also will take an in-depth look at hockey “across the pond”, as the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks open the regular season with two games in London on Sept. 29-30.
Here's the preview schedule as NHL.com counts down to what will be an exciting 2007-08 regular season:
Sept. 10 – Thrashers, Ducks
Sept. 11 – Lightning, Kings
Sept. 12 – Hurricanes, Sharks
Sept. 13 -- Panthers, Stars
Sept. 14 - Capitals, Coyotes
Sept. 15 - Sabres, Canucks
Sept. 16 – Senators, Wild
Sept. 17 – Maple Leafs, Flames
Sept. 18 - Canadiens, Avalanche
Sept. 19 - Bruins, Oilers
Sept. 20 - Devils, Red Wings
Sept. 21 - Penguins, Predators
Sept. 22 - Rangers, Blues
Sept. 23 - Islanders, Blue Jackets
Sept. 24 - Flyers, Blackhawks
As the regular season nears, NHL.com also will take an in-depth look at hockey’s global reach and appeal and NHL.com’s Shawn Roarke will report on what’s happening with the Ducks and Kings in London in advance of their two-game series to start the regular season.
Once the regular season begins, NHL.com will be your home for hockey. From game results, to video highlights and plenty of statistics, NHL.com will quench your thirst for hockey info.
This season, NHL.com will feature increased coverage of NHL teams with daily division notebooks and an increased spotlight on Entry draft-eligible players, while also getting up close and personal with today's NHL stars.
NHL.com also will provide plenty of opinion from columnists like Mike Emrick, Larry Wigge, Mel Bridgman and Paul Kukla.