Jack Adams Trophy (Laura Neveau/THW)

The Jack Adams Award Voting Is Flawed

Scotty Bowman’s coaching resume would make most NHL franchises envious: nine Stanley Cups, 1,244 regular season wins, 28 playoff appearances, and 223 playoff wins. The only underwhelming statistic for the […]

The torch has been passed New Jersey Devils fans as Cory Schneider is now the man with very big shoes to fill. David Sarch answers these questions and much more. (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

Crazy Stats of the 2013-14 Season

Another NHL regular season in the books concludes another year filled with strange anomalies and boggling statistics. Here’s a look back at some of the more interesting numbers that shouldn’t […]

by · April 15, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey History
Martin Brodeur (Flickr/LindseyAAkiyama)

Exposing Martin Brodeur: The NHL’s Most Overrated Goalie

As the regular season comes to a close, Martin Brodeur may have played his last game as a New Jersey Devil, or even as an NHL goalie. With dwindling numbers […]

The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto (Ian Muttoo/Flickr)

10 Places Every Hockey Fan Must See Before They Die

Spring has finally awoken and we have finally broken away from the shackles of winter, for some of us at least. Now comes the time for traveling, and if you […]

by · April 11, 2014 · 2 comments · Hockey History
A Spring Like No Other – Remembering The 1994 Vancouver Canucks

A Spring Like No Other – Remembering The 1994 Vancouver Canucks

  As the Vancouver Canucks rapidly wind their way through a lost season and a long summer, fans would be remiss if they didn’t pine for better days. And 20 […]

Jonathon Quick {Photo: BridgetDS - Flickr}

Kings of Disappointment

The night is Dan Cloutier just before the Jonathan Quick. The Los Angeles Kings—for far too long before the ascension of their new career wins record holder—have had the wool […]

This Day in Flyers History: Fan Fights Tie Domi

This Day in Flyers History: Fan Fights Tie Domi

How do you etch your name into the annals of Philadelphia folklore? You can start by busting through the glass into the penalty box to fight one of the NHL’s […]

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Paul Maurice: Player, Coach, Family Man

Much has been talked about among Winnipeg Jets fans in regards to Paul Maurice, the current head coach of their much beloved team. The Jets have seen a small surge […]

Jason Bonsignore (Rick Stewart  /Allsport)

Jason Bonsignore, Opportunity Lost

Google the name Jason Bonsignore and words will appear like bust, failure and disappointment. One phrase that is not considered is opportunity lost. Bonsignore will live in folklore as the […]

Mike Richards posted 32 points this season (Photo by Bridget Samuels).

Does Stanley Care About Team Shooting Percentages?

Perhaps not: Let’s start over:  “A player’s shooting percentage in a given season has more to do with his luck as a shooter than his skill or the way he’s […]

Nostalgia anyone? The Penguins' third jerseys certainly stood out during the mid-90s. (Photo Credit: Classic Auctions)

The Best NHL Third Alternate Jerseys (’90s Edition)

Over the last two decades, third alternate jerseys have been a staple for most NHL teams. From the dazzling, to the unappealing, and to those gone too soon – alternate […]

by · March 17, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey History
rks (Photo by Mike Lewis).

All the Kings’ Captains: The Stories Behind the “C”

There is something to be said about players who are appointed as captains in a league of over 800 players.  Specifically, thirty players have this honor.  These players encompass a […]