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 […]
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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 […]
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.
written by Marc Lapierre (@MarcLapi) Along with Chris Chelios, Scott Niedermayer headlines the list of 2013 first-year eligible candidates for enshrinement in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Like his […]
Will Chris Chelios make it into the HHOF on his first try?
Last week’s induction ceremony at the Hockey Hall of Fame saw an elite group of players granted entrance to the hall, as Joe Sakic, Adam Oates, Pavel Bure, and Mats […]
As the hockey Hall of Fame inducted its four newest members this past week, the criteria by which players are selected for induction also shared a brief moment in […]
Though Sundin was a quiet leader, fans and members of the media alike will never forget what Mats Sundin did for Toronto hockey. Anyone who’s a legitimate Maple Leafs advocate will say it doesn’t matter that Sundin never won hockey’s most hallowed prize.
There’s some hope the NHL lockout, now about two months old, will end and there may even be a 60-70 game regular season commencing by December. There’s interest, if not […]
As the Hockey Hall of Fame inducts its Class of 2012 on Monday night in Toronto, thoughts in the hockey world often drift towards the many talented hockey players (and […]
There is no shortage of offense among this year’s Hall of Fame class. Pavel Bure, Adam Oates, Joe Sakic, and Mats Sundin were all premier offensive players during the 1990s. […]