Their 15 game win streak was snapped by…the Buffalo Sabres? The first full game missed by Sidney Crosby since breaking his jaw, and the Pens can’t get the W. Coincidence? […]
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I don’t have a crystal ball that shows what will happen at the end of June. I don’t have a flying Delorean to see who’ll be on the links earlier […]
With the trade deadline fast approaching, some of the only positives on this sad Sabres 2013 season may be on the market. Hot players for hot draft picks. But considering how Buffalo is at the near-bottom of the league (not even just the conference, the league), they may have some high draft picks of their own. Hopefully Darcy Regier won’t let those go in the process of possibly letting go of some of his forwards.
Last place in the rough North East Division. In the past five years, they’ve made the playoffs twice, only to lose in the first round. Come the NHL Trade Deadline […]
Following the dark times of the lockout, teams could spend up to $70.2-million on their bench. Let’s just put this into perspective. With that $70-million, teams could each buy: a […]
Well, at least he’ll be in the playoffs. Mikhail Grigorenko could play for the Quebec Ramparts in their last game of the regular season on St. Patrick’s Day, after being […]
As part two of last week’s article, If We Had An NHL All-Star Game – Team East, we continue picking the roster of the game we never had. If we were […]
For the third offence of his career, Patrick Kaleta has been suspended five games without pay after his hit on Brad Richards on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. This is […]
A nice break for the players, some trials and competitions for the world’s best, and a showcase of a hockey that has a final score similar to a lacrosse game. […]
With Ron Rolston up to replace Lindy Ruff from the AHL, the Sabres’ new coach explained in interviews with the press that there was no longer any room for shortcuts. […]
With the rushed and compact NHL season, anything can happen. Columbus could make the post-season (not really). Calgary could get Miikka Kiprusoff back ahead of schedule (don’t think so). Drew Doughty […]
Maple syrup, poutine, and hockey. Sounds absolutely delicious. And very Canadian. There’s something about hockey and Canada that just goes hand in hand. We may have invented baseketball and lacrosse […]