2012-13: 26-19-3, 55 points
Where they finished: 2nd in the Northwest; 8th in the West; 15th in the NHL
So now that we know they won’t be hitting the ice for line rushes and forechecking drills, what should we expected when Patrick Kane, Zach Parise, Ryan Miller and the rest of the U.S.
When the U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team reports to Ketter Capitals Iceplex for its orientation camp late next month, the nation’s best players won’t be hitting the ice.
On Tuesday night NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly made it clear where the negotiations between the league and its players stood when he told Chris Botta of the Sports Business Journal, “We’re don