The current Winnipeg Jets might have a different jersey design, but the jerseys that the team wore during the 80s were certainly memorable. (Photo Credit: Classic Auctions)

The Best Old School NHL Jerseys Of Current Teams

Over the last several decades, hockey teams have undergone a variety of changes. From the way that professional hockey teams are assembled nowadays to the way that those teams play […]

by · January 6, 2014 · 1 comment · Hockey History
Early Hockey at the Victoria Rink

Paying Homage to Members of the Hockey Community Lost in 2013

The Hockey Community More than any other major North American sport, hockey players are a different breed.  They are always quick to credit the work of their teammates, and give […]

The Pierre Gauthier Era in Montreal

The Pierre Gauthier Era in Montreal

The Montreal Canadiens recently faced the St. Louis Blues, making it the fourth head to head battle of former Canadiens crease-mates Jaroslav Halak and Carey Price. Halak vs Price was […]

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Jagr Breaks the NHL GWG Record…Again

When New Jersey Devils right winger Jaromir Jagr gracefully slid a backhand shot between the legs of Ottawa Senators goaltender Robin Lehner at 2:06 of the second period on Wednesday […]

When The Northlands Coliseum Closes on the Oilers

When The Northlands Coliseum Closes on the Oilers

To those who know me, I wasn’t originally a Canucks fan. To a fault, I will admit that I am a bandwagon jumper. Yes, I am guilty of  jumping from […]

by · December 17, 2013 · 2 comments · Edmonton Oilers, Hockey History
Flashback Friday:  Ray Bourque

Flashback Friday: Ray Bourque

When pictures of excellence come to mind in the hockey world, one’s thoughts often turn to the likes of Mario Lemieux, Wayne Gretzky, Maurice Richard, and Bobby Orr; and rightfully […]

Luc Robitaille: King of His Time

Luc Robitaille: King of His Time

  LUC ROBITAILLE WAS A LEGEND BEFORE HE STARTED  On February 17, 1966, in Montreal, Quebec, a future hockey legend was born.  Eighteen years later, eventual prodigy, Luc Robitaille was […]

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VIDEO: 5 Danny Briere Flyers Memories

Danny Briere came to Philadelphia in July 0f 2007, and the pressure that followed him could be felt throughout the journey from Buffalo to the Flyers. The Flyers had just […]

by · December 12, 2013 · 0 comments · Hockey History, Philadelphia Flyers
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The Nine Goalies Drafted Before Braden Holtby

The Washington Capitals selection of Braden Holtby was a huge steal for George McPhee and the Caps’ brass in the 2008 NHL draft, finding the best future NHL goalie to […]

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A Tribute to the Magnificent Mario Lemieux

Today, I would like to share with you a story. This is the story of ultimate triumph. This is the story of heartbreaking tragedy. This is the story of the […]

Old School NHL Jerseys – Gone But Not Forgotten

Old School NHL Jerseys – Gone But Not Forgotten

Over the last decade-plus, NHL teams have been getting creative when redesigning their logos or creating their third alternate jerseys. New sleek designs have been on the rise lately, which […]

by · December 3, 2013 · 6 comments · Hockey History
When Bobby Orr Played Like Sandy Koufax

When Bobby Orr Played Like Sandy Koufax

Back in the early 1950s, Gordie Howe and Ted Lindsay were two-thirds of the Production Line on the Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings. Howe was arguably the best player […]

by · December 2, 2013 · 0 comments · Hockey History