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Boston Bruins: Can they be Beat?

Boston Bruins: Can they be Beat?

Boston Bruins are hot right now and they have some time off before the Stanley Cup finals. Will that break help or hurt? Well, Patrick Hoffman thinks the Bruins can NOT be beat. Read his insights now!

Stanley Cup Playoffs Continue to Be Unpredictable

Stanley Cup Playoffs Continue to Be Unpredictable

I’d have to say these Stanley Cup Finals have been the weirdest, surprising and thrilling. I’m curious to what the playoff ratings will be, but until then, Patrick Hoffman has more on this whirlwind we call the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

A Defenseman No One Talks About: Keith Yandle

A Defenseman No One Talks About: Keith Yandle

Learn more about one of the NHL’s least talked about and some say underrated defenseman: Keith Yandle. Patrick HOFFMan looks into the Florida Panther’s leader with an indepth review! Read now.

Interview: Glenny Balls of Barstool Sports

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Interview: Glenny Balls of Barstool Sports

Patrick Hoffman continues his interviews with the famous Barstool Sports. Today's interview is with the one and only Glenny Balls of Barstool. In the latest HOFFensive Zone blog, Patrick chats with Glenny about working at Barstool and his love for the Rangers. Read now!

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MATT MURRAY: Injured, Concussed...Can Matt Murray Stay Healthy?

MATT MURRAY: Injured, Concussed...Can Matt Murray Stay Healthy?

Jordie here, Penguins fan, Murray fan and personally, Murray not staying healthy is killing me in my hockey pool! However, I hope Murray is healthy at the right time, Stanley Cup playoff time. Patrick Hoffman has his thoughts on the Penguins' netminder and what challenges face the young goaltender. Read now. 

Taylor Hall: The Red Hot Devil

Taylor Hall: The Red Hot Devil

Taylor Hall has been on fire. Read from Patrick Hoffman as he looks at Hall has been doing right and what he needs to continue to do to help his Devils make it through the toughest part of the NHL season.

Fighting Over the Blue Crease in St. Louis

Fighting Over the Blue Crease in St. Louis

If there's one thing in hockey that people love talking about, it's goalie controversies. I know I love getting in debates over who should start and who should track face-offs, but it is only fun if it isn't happening to your team. Some may think it is good curse to have because that means you have 2 competent goalies to trust. Let's see what Patrick Hoffman's thoughts are on the who should be in the blue crease. Read the latest from the HOFFensive Zone blog.