Entering his 17th season, Patrick Marleau has been a model player for the San Jose Sharks organization. There are numerous players nearing the end of their days in the NHL […]
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What can be said about a man that everyone knows so much about? If you’re a fan of the NHL you likely know the Pat Burns story: A police officer […]
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 […]
In between periods of the Buffalo Sabres & Winnipeg Jets game Tuesday evening, TSN analyst Jeff O’Neill stated: “Nobody wants to stay there, nobody wants to sign there“. The comments made by O’Neill, were […]
Two months shy of his 42nd birthday, Jaromir Jagr is still not showing any signs of his skills deteriorating and he is making other players on the New Jersey Devils […]
Joe Thornton is one of the most disrespected players in the National Hockey League. Amidst a player contingent consisting of mean, disrespectful, reckless, or overvalued hockey players, Jumbo Joe stands […]
With the news that Ron Hextall left to assume a front office role with the Flyers’ organization, the Los Angeles Kings went back to the future last week themselves by […]
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 […]
This should read like an open letter to the Hockey Hall Of Fame. I do apologize in advance if this comes off as a huge tangent like rant but there was […]
Next Goal Wins!: The Ultimate NHL Historian’s One-of-a-Kind Collection of Hockey Trivia By Liam Maguire, with a foreword by Wayne Gretzky. (2012, Toronto: Random House Canada. Softcover. Pp. 227. $19.50 […]
written by Marc Lapierre (@MarcLapi) Paul Kariya will be eligible for enshrinement in the Hockey Hall of Fame for the first time in 2013. His candidacy for immortality is clearly […]
For so many Leaf fans, there almost is no Leaf captain before George Armstrong. He is the last Toronto captain to play his entire NHL career with the Leafs. And save for a few years, he has been an employee of the Maple Leaf hockey club since his retirement.