If a season is to happen at all the pundits and observers believe the number of games played will be approximately 48, a similar situation to the return of hockeyRead More
On April 12, 2007, the Atlanta Thrashers skated in their first ever postseason contest. The building was sold out that night, as over 18,000 Georgia residents packed the stands of Philips Arena, most sporting light blue attire. While that event took place more than five and a half years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday.
The NHL Lockout hit day 43 on Saturday. With every passing day the chances of a full 82-game season are rapidly eroding. And while the loss of the 2012-13 seasonRead More
by Jas Faulkner, contributing editor On Friday, March 30th, Predators head coach Barry Trotz hit five hundred.* Funny. He doesn’t look a day over forty-nine. That he reached this milestoneRead More