Ferraro: A deal that the Leafs and Flames could both win

For much of the last two years, there has been very little in-season trade action in the NHL. If the deals didn't happen at the trade deadline, they were not going to happen. But that all changed on Sunday. NHL on TSN analyst Ray Ferraro has more. ...more

Ferraro: Here's what's wrong with the Flames

In this week's Razor's Edge, NHL on TSN analyst Ray Ferraro tells us why the Calgary Flames are in their horrible slump, gives props to the Sedins and the Ottawa Senators and makes his picks on who should wear the 'C' in Montreal. ...more

Ferraro: Everyone winning in Latendresse-Pouliot deal

It seems rare that both teams feel they get a good return on a trade. It always seems as though one team gets the upper hand, and with the restraints of the salary cap, make trades so hard to come by. But as TSN's Ray Ferraro writes, that isn't the case in the Latendresse-Pouliot deal. ...more

Razor's Edge: Lessons to be learned from Burrows and Auger

There will be fallout for sure from the Alex Burrows-Stephane Auger saga, which came to a head after the game in Vancouver Monday. And if Burrows' allegations are true, this is huge trouble for Auger. ...more

Razor's Edge: Red Wings a model for resiliency

When the Detroit Red Wings were dissected before the 2009-10 season, it was pretty easy to see that they have extremely high end skill and would be hard pressed to equal last year's season. The NHL on TSN's Ray Ferraro breaks down the Wings' campaign despite all their injuries. ...more

Razor's Edge: Thoughts on Winter Classic, Olympic teams

TSN hockey analyst Ray Ferraro returns with his weekly thoughts from around the NHL. This week, he talks about how the Winter Classic reminded him of the backyard rink that he played on when he was young. Ray also says that a gold medal is no sure thing for Canada at the Olympics. ...more

Ferraro: Forget off the ice, Coyotes are a great story on it

One major topic of conversation at the Board of Governor meetings this week will be the review of the Letter on Intent signed by the Ice-Edge group in regard to the purchase of the Phoenix Coyotes. The off ice turmoil has been remarkable in its scope, but what has happened on the ice is just as startling. ...more

Ferraro: Laviolette's presence will help Flyers

When John Stevens became the first coach fired this season, very few eyebrows were raised. The Flyers had stumbled their way through the first portion of the season with remarkable inconsistency. Here is a look at a year that started with extremely high expectations. ...more

Razor's Edge: Problems run deep with the Edmonton Oilers

There are all kinds of legitimate reasons for the problems in Edmonton, starting with an incredible run of the flu that sapped the club as they were off to a good start and injuries to defencemen Sheldon Souray, Denis Grebeshkov, Steve Staios and lately goalie Nikolai Khabibulin among others. However, the problems run much deeper for the Oilers. ...more

Razor's Edge: Changing the way players hit

When John Tortorella was at TSN, he often talked about "teaching moments". Ryan Wilson's hit on Ethan Moreau could be one of those "moments". Hits such as these, which are not penalized, but are, in my opinion, delivered too high, should be grouped together on a short video, and shown to players with the notation that they will not be allowed in the future. ...more

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