During the summer there’s obviously a slow down in hockey news, so we explore the offbeat a little more. Here’s a neat ad that was shared with me recently – […]
Bruce Hollingdrake | @thehockeywriter
Former bar owner, used bookshop owner and serial entrepreneur who started building websites in 1995. Founded The Hockey Writers in Jan. of 2009.
Recent Articles by Bruce
There aren’t many things that Martin Brodeur hasn’t done during his illustrious career, but the 21-season veteran is now preparing to enter the free agency for the first time […]
The first two games of the Stanley Cup Finals saw overtime winners scored by Justin Williams and Dustin Brown, the latter of which took place in a double overtime. The games […]
We recently updated all of our Team Pages. They can be accessed via the main menu bar, under NHL Teams, or if you see a team name highlighted within a […]
We are down to the business end of the NHL, the Playoffs, and it already looks like the Stanley Cup is staying in Chicago. The Chicago Blackhawks, although tied 2-2 […]
The NHL apparently thinks that grabbing your family jewels is much worse than whacking the boys with a stick. What do you think, did the NHL get it backwards or […]
As the Stanley Cup Playoffs are underway, the price of playoff tickets in rising across the league on the secondary market. The average playoff ticket for each team […]
By James Tanner Last night the draft lottery was held and the Florida Panthers won. This means they moved up from second to first. The Leafs will pick eighth, and […]
By Alex Kozovski As teams gear up for the playoffs, the Maple Leafs have packed up theirs after missing the postseason for the eighth time in nine seasons. On […]
Tim Leiweke is a proactive man. It’s clear the president and CEO of Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment already has his sights set on next season.
Editor’s Note: While the following post discusses rugby, I felt that the parallels with hockey were uncanny. The players union needs to spend more of its resources on post playing […]
When P.K. Subban signed his bridge contract most figured he’d stroll into an open vault for his next one. Over the past few months his value seems to have […]