Eight games into this shortened NHL season, the Toronto Maple Leafs are wondering if they have their version of a pest in Leo Komarov. As of now, he leads the […]
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Each time the Red Wings new gritty bottom-sixer Jordin Tootoo has fought in a game this season, the Red Wings have won that game. Whether you like Tootoo’s rough and […]
Players want a larger piece of the pie while owners want to revamp the current contract structures. Media wars, threats of disclaimer of interest… blah, blah, blah. Obviously, there are […]
Often deemed too small by NHL scouts, small, undersized, but skilled players, often have a harder time convincing NHL executives and coaches to give them a chance at the pro […]
Many adjectives have been used to describe the Detroit Red Wings off-season disastrous, disappointing, sub-par unproductive, ineffective, fruitless – the list can go on and on. For such a storied […]
A recent story by Ben Sumner of Caps Outsider revealed that it’s not just frosty Russian beauties and GMs who find Alexander Ovechkin cuddly. A toddler decided her best buddy Ovi was the perfect companion for a brief hospital stay. It seems that Ovi, or at least his Bleacher Creature counterpart, may have a soothing effect on little ones. Not too long after the story appeared, someone added a comment that their nineteen-month-old son cuddled a stuffed Ovi while recovering from heart surgery.
As Sunday’s “free agent frenzy” dwindled the Detroit Red Wings decided to liven things up a bit, making two rapid fire signings that took Hockeytown by surprise, the first of […]
by Jas Faulkner, contributing editor It’s Sunday. For some, this means a day of rest. For those who have been busy scribbling down notes, tweeting their whereabouts to readers and […]
The time has come for the National Hockey League to announce the finalists for each individual award, with Adam Henrique, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Gabriel Landeskog already having been named the final three up for the honours of the Calder Trophy, David Backes, Patrice Bergeron and Pavel Datsyuk up for the Selke Trophy, and Brian Campbell, Jordan Eberle and Matt Moulson up for the Lady Byng Trophy
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 6 years, you’ve heard of, and are likely on, the social networking service known as Twitter. As the popularity of […]
An enforcer in hockey is defined as a player whose role on a team is to respond physically and aggressively to unwarranted play by the opponents, usually by challenging the […]
Resurrection: The act of bringing back to practice, notice, or use; revival. Jordin Tootoo is back to practice, he is back to being noticed, and back to being a really useful guy […]