Welcome to the HometownHockey.ca - 2018-19 Playoff Pool. A group of die hard hockey fans founded the Cornwall Fantasy Hockey League in 1995. That lead to the birth of Murph's Fantasy Hockey League in 2003 and the Windsor Fantasy Hockey League in 2013. During each hockey season, we have conducted a Playoff Hockey Pool - to make watching the games even more exciting! You are invited to join us and while you are at it...why dont you invite a friend!
This year, we will be using the Office Pools platform to reduce site administration time and to provide real-time scoring.
Newark - Jun. 8, 2019: Taylor Hall believes that the New Jersey Devils have more important things to worry about at this point in the offseason than his contract. Acquired in a trade from the Edmonton Oilers for defenseman Adam Larsson on June 29, 2016, Hall has one season remaining on the seven-year, $42 million contract he signed with the Oilers on Aug. 22, 2012. FULL STORY
Chicago - Jun. 6, 2019: The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have named Marc Crawford as an assistant coach, completing the 2019-20 season coaching staff. Head Coach Jeremy Colliton's staff also includes Assistant Coaches Sheldon Brookbank and Tomas Mitell, Goaltending Coach Jimmy Waite, Video Coach Matt Meacham and Marc's son, Dylan Crawford, who serves as assistant video coach.
St. Louis - Jun. 3, 2019: Oskar Sundqvist was clear he did not enjoy watching Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final when the St. Louis Blues were defeated by the Boston Bruins 7-2 and is looking forward to his return to the lineup for Game 4 at Enterprise Center on Monday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, TVAS, SN). FULL STORY
New York - Jun. 2, 2019: Cal Clutterbuck is expected to be ready for training camp in September after the New York Islanders forward had back surgery last month. Clutterbuck said on May 6 that he'd been playing through several back issues, including two slipped disks, two rotated vertebrae and a stress fracture. FULL STORY
Buffalo - May. 31, 2019: Nikita Zaitsev is looking to leave the Toronto Maple Leafs and they will try to accommodate the defenseman, general manager Kyle Dubas said Thursday.
"That will be our goal, to try to find a fresh start for him, for his own personal and private reasons," Dubas said at the 2019 NHL Scouting Combine. FULL STORY