Gilobert Perreault still leads the Buffalo Sabres in most offensive categories. (THW Media Library)

All-Time Buffalo Sabres Team: Part Three Forwards

When it comes to forwards in the history of the Buffalo Sabres there have been many great names. In total six players who have donned the blue and gold have […]

by · September 3, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres, Hockey History
Top Five Habs Run-Ins With the Law

Top Five Habs Run-Ins With the Law

Lately some Canadiens past and present have been making news but not quite for the right reasons. This got me thinking: what were the all-time Habs run-ins with the law? […]

Fantasy hockey fans are glad he shed this Kings jersey seen above. (Rich Kane/Icon SMI)

Zero to Hero: Dustin Penner & Other Tales of Royal Redemption

Imagine 15,000 people watching you at your job.  You make a mistake, and 15,000 boos rain down.  Imagine this every night of work. In your ears, when does a shower […]

by · August 2, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Los Angeles Kings
(Credit: Michael Miller/Pens Through My Lens)

Jaromir Jagr: A Retrospective in Quotations

Jaromir Jagr is now a New Jersey Devil. He’ll turn 42 in February. Counting the two seasons he spent with HC Kladno in Czechoslovakia when he was 16 and 17 […]

by · August 1, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Player Profiles
Top 10 Montreal Canadiens Goal Celebrations

Top 10 Montreal Canadiens Goal Celebrations

The Montreal Canadiens have scored a lot of goals in its 100+ years. Puckloads — over 20,000 to be precise. Which also means there have been a heckuva lot of […]

Indisputable Number One: Martin Brodeur

Jagr to Brodeur – Gems from the 1990 Entry Draft

It is with incredible irony that from the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, two of the NHL’s longest serving players, Czech forward Jaromir Jagr and Canadian goaltending legend Martin Brodeur, are […]

by · July 31, 2013 · 1 comment · Hockey History
Tim Horton, pictured above at age 44, played 26 seasons in the NHL (Sports Illustrated)

All-Time Buffalo Sabres Team: Part Two Defensemen

When you think of the greats in the Buffalo Sabres history it is sometimes difficult to pick out defensemen who have stood above the rest. However, in part two of […]

by · July 24, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres, Hockey History
Whatever it was, Sidney Crosby was not himself in the Pittsburgh Penguins most dire hour of need. (Icon SMI)

Ineffective Headshot Rule Signals Time To Eliminate Instigator Rule

It seems that the NHL’s Rule 48 on illegal checks to the head, instituted three years ago to curb concussions, isn’t working according to new research from Toronto’s St. Michael’s […]

(wasted time r/wikipedia)

Brass Bonanza Silenced: The Demise of the Hartford Whalers

Hockey fans love nostalgia. We love the past and all the tradition of the NHL. The retro sweaters and the defunct teams, we all love them. It’s a huge reason […]

by · July 18, 2013 · 2 comments · Hockey History
(Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports)

5 Most Memorable Jerseys in NHL History

We all love hockey. For 82+ games a season, we bleed our teams colors and for a lot of us, we don those same colors on our backs while attending […]

by · July 17, 2013 · 1 comment · Hockey History
Patrice Bergeron was Boston's best player in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. (Icon SMI)

Bruins Core Goes Way Back

The Boston Bruins made some news over the past couple weeks by locking up two important members of the team via long-term contract extensions: Patrice Bergeron signed for 8-years, $52 […]

by · July 15, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins, Hockey History
Chris Chelios: Wearing threads of the enemy (Wikipedia Commons)

Blackhawks Fans Continue to Be Split On the Legacy of Chris Chelios

This week, it was announced that former Chicago Blackhawks blueliner Chris Chelios will be inducted into the National Hockey League Hall of Fame. There is no doubt that Chelios is […]