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Pat Quinn Leaves Lasting Legacy in Vancouver

Pat Quinn Leaves Lasting Legacy in Vancouver

  This past Monday, Pat Quinn, former NHL player, head coach and general manager passed away in Vancouver at the age of 71. Quinn’s presence loomed large over the NHL, […]

by · November 27, 2014 · 0 comments · Vancouver Canucks
(Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports)

Hockey News: Oilers Trade Rumors; Pat Quinn Tribute

Bo Horvat is staying in the NHL. [YouTube] These are the NHL’s highest paid players. [Forbes] Patric Hornqvist is great. James Neal who? [Pens Initiative]  Evgeni Malkin is a polarizing […]

by · November 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Elsewhere on the Web
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David Booth Set to Make Toronto Maple Leafs Debut Tonight

David Booth Set to Make Toronto Maple Leafs Debut Tonight David Booth is set to make his Toronto Maple Leafs (11-8-2) debut tonight against the high-flying Pittsburgh Penguins (14-4-2). A […]

by · November 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Toronto Maple Leafs
Pat Quinn at the World Junior Championships

50 Years Ago in Hockey – Tulsa Players in Hot Water

(Author’s note – I wish to send my condolences to the family and friends of Pat Quinn, one of my all-time favourite coaches.  Very early in my daughter’s television career, he […]

by · November 25, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey History
Pat Quinn at the World Junior Championships

Quinn and Tikhonov: The Hockey World Grows Smaller

On Sunday, the hockey world lost two recognizable figures with the passing of legendary Soviet coach Viktor Tikhonov and former NHL player and coach Pat Quinn. The 84-year-old Tikhonov passed […]

Buffalo Sabres: Ted Nolan Reflects on Pat Quinn

Buffalo Sabres: Ted Nolan Reflects on Pat Quinn

The Buffalo Sabres, along with the rest of the hockey world, are in mourning after the passing of Pat Quinn. The 71-year old passed away on Sunday, after a lengthy […]

by · November 24, 2014 · 0 comments · Buffalo Sabres
Pat Quinn: A Legacy of Hockey Greatness

Pat Quinn: A Legacy of Hockey Greatness

Pat Quinn is dead at age 71. Hockey has lost one of its greats. The legacy that Pat Quinn leaves behind is one of greatness as a player, as a […]

by · November 24, 2014 · 0 comments · News/Commentary
So, Your Maple Leafs Made The Playoffs, Eh?

So, Your Maple Leafs Made The Playoffs, Eh?

So, your Toronto Maple Leafs have qualified for the playoffs again, eh? First time since 2004. There’s a palpable excitement in Toronto as the city’s hockey heroes have finally made […]

by · April 30, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Toronto Maple Leafs
Dan Bouchard (Hockey Hall of Fame Digital Archive)

Lost in the Lockout: the Flames turn 40

On October 7, 1972, the Atlanta Flames played their first game in the National Hockey League. They ventured onto Long Island to tangle with the debuting New York Islanders at […]

by · January 14, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Calgary Flames, Hockey History
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Quinn’s Maple Leafs: Most Memorable Playoff Moments

Sadly for LeafNation, playoff memories are not recent at all. They pre-date the 2004-05 NHL lockout. They don’t include any Stanley Cup final appearances, let alone championships in the last […]

by · October 19, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Ottawa Senators, Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Uncategorized
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Phoenix Coyotes Should be Heading Home with Hardware

Who says that you can’t win Coach or GM of the Year multiple times? Since its inception in the 1973-74 season, the Jack Adams Award, given to the best head […]

by · May 26, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Arizona Coyotes
Lindros makes long awaited arrival to Citizens Bank Park (JJohnson/THW)

Lindros, Flyers Alumni Adored by Packed House at Practice

A large crowd of people turned out at practice today to watch a very special Winter Classic Alumni Team practice. The crowd was estimated to be over 1,000 people to […]

by · December 31, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Philadelphia Flyers, Winter Classic