Back on September 4, 2013, the Texas Stars released the team’s promotional calendar for the upcoming season. Friday night April 4 2014 at the Cedar Park Center was slated as […]
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Ross Bonander is a freelance health writer and quotations editor. His work includes Hockey Talk, a collection of memorable hockey quotes and So So In Centerfield, an unusual collection of baseball quotes. He writes extensively for the Lymphoma Information Network.
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Recently, the Texas Stars announced that on April 4 2014, the team would be honoring Mike Modano at the Cedar Park Center. Never mind that Modano never played for Texas. […]
There is no substitute for experience. This is especially true for a difficult sport like hockey, where the best education is in playing as often as you can. But sometimes […]
Right now perhaps not even Martin Brodeur knows the professional fate of Martin Brodeur, the most accomplished goaltender of his generation and arguably one of the top two or three […]
On 23 February 2013 professional soccer player Robbie Rodgers wrote on his blog, I’m a soccer player, I’m Christian, and I’m gay. On 6 May 2013 professional basketball player Jason […]
The 2014 American Hockey League All-Star game is just a few days away– just enough time to clear the air on a common misperception: There is a lazy tendency to call […]
The Dallas Stars, once a Western conference powerhouse and perennial playoff team, are mired in a five year playoff drought. If the team doesn’t begin to string some wins together […]
Last week the American Hockey League announced its 2014 AHL All-Star Classic roster. The format differs from previous years. Instead of seeing to it that every team was represented by at least […]
Back in October we all saw Sidney Crosby do this to fellow Cole Harbour denizen Nathan MacKinnon: Crosby’s deke is all footwork. MacKinnon bites hard. It’s a crafty, veteran move […]
Sceviour scores, Houston haunts, Utica misses a memo, Omark confuses, and Tarasov almost dekes ‘em all in this week’s AHL News.
The first thing you see when approaching Dell Children’s Hospital in Austin, Texas is its 145-foot campanile, or bell tower, although instead of a loud, ringing bell, the tower’s top portion features […]
In the late spring of 2010, Puck Daddy asked blogger Marty Vance to write about the upcoming Calder Cup Finals. Part of his response included the following: Is there anything […]