Even hut-dwellers in N’Djamena, Chad are keenly aware that social media has revolutionized how we communicate. Moreover, it allows us a glimpse into the unsolicited, unfiltered minds of celebrities and […]
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Since unlike some sports, where each player is awarded with a ring or another type of momentum to symbolize that he or she was a apart of a team that […]
This post is a THW Chirp By Peter Harling “You can’t win your hockey pool in the first round, but you can lose it” Hockey is full of tired […]
In today’s edition of bizarre off-ice injuries, we bring you Edmonton Oilers first overall draft pick in 2012, Russian sniper Nail Yakupov. After giving his team a scare earlier in […]
With the Flyers extending an offer sheet to 26-year-old All-Star Norris-finalist defenseman Shea Weber, let’s take a look back at some other significant offer sheets in recent NHL history: […]
Just a few days ago, the Los Angeles Kings were on the verge of history. The Kings were just about to play game four of their Stanley Cup Finals series […]
It is never too early to at least casually think about next fantasy hockey season. Granted, we are only in June but already the “Free Agent Frenzy” looms ever […]
Despite losing eventual hall of famer Nicklas Lidstrom and being soundly beaten in first round of the playoffs, Detroit Red Wings are not in a rebuilding mode. They’re also no […]
The New Jersey Devils made the Stanley Cup Finals with timely scoring, a consistent forecheck, and solid puck possession. Sadly none of those things happened in Game 1 as […]
Not long after Al Gore invented the internet, I started listening to Los Angeles Kings games on a red transistor radio. The mid-70′s were tumultuous times. Gerald Ford had just […]
In a sport as grueling and demanding as hockey there are certain traits that all successful teams share. Looking beyond the obvious, and required, luxuries of possessing star-level talent and […]
The Boston Bruins’ breakup day came approximately six weeks earlier than it did the season before. During the day’s interviews and meetings, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli indicated that while he didn’t foresee any major changes, he would like to “add some pieces.” The Bruins will need bottom-six players with one or two to have the potential to move into the top-six group, if necessary. With the current situation as is for the Bruins, here’s a look at five free agent forwards that the Bruins should target.