Post Tagged with: "Paul Coffey"

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Are You Sure Gretzky Done It This Way? – Lessons In Leadership

“It’s amazing how some things don’t change over the years,” Paul Coffey said Wednesday during the ‘84 reunion press conference. “When Wayne asks for something, you usually do it. We […]

by · October 10, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
When The Northlands Coliseum Closes on the Oilers

When The Northlands Coliseum Closes on the Oilers

To those who know me, I wasn’t originally a Canucks fan. To a fault, I will admit that I am a bandwagon jumper. Yes, I am guilty of  jumping from […]

by · December 17, 2013 · 2 comments · Edmonton Oilers, Hockey History
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Penguins’ Flashback: “The Save”

For a club whose history doesn’t go back nearly as far as that of the members of the Original Six, the Penguins certainly have contributed their share of memorable playoff […]

by · September 24, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Pittsburgh Penguins
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The Penguins’ All-Time Team

With NHL training camps only days away, hockey fans are growing giddy with anticipation.  And, why not?  Soon, a new campaign will be upon us and the fresh sheet of ice it provides […]

by · September 9, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Pittsburgh Penguins
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Pittsburgh Penguins Reload Secret Stanley Cup Weapon

The Pittsburgh Penguins reloaded the secret Stanley Cup weapon that’s been missing from their repertoire. This secret weapon is a shutdown defenseman who goes by the name of Rob Scuderi. […]

by · July 8, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Pittsburgh Penguins, Trades Contracts and Transactions
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Should Kris Letang Be Inserted As a Top-Six Forward?

Should Kris Letang be inserted as a top-six forward on the Pittsburgh Penguins? Letang leads all NHL defenseman in scoring with 21 points. That mark is tied with the Sedin […]

by · March 5, 2013 · 18 comments · Pittsburgh Penguins
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Wayne Gretzky’s Best Lineup

When filling out an all-time Wayne Gretzky roster, one may run into 99 problems but 99 ain’t one.  Surely there is no dearth of talent, especially considering the team’s that […]

by · December 21, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Edmonton Oilers, Hockey History, Los Angeles Kings, Top 10 Lists
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The Best NHL Lineup Ever: The Defensemen

  The NHL has a long and storied existence. Legendary teams, lines and players serve as a reminder of days gone by while today’s players continue to forge the legacy […]

by · December 3, 2012 · 4 comments · Hockey History, Top 10 Lists
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10 Greatest Pittsburgh Penguins in Franchise History

10. Paul Coffey The ultimate offensive-defenseman, Paul Coffey put up offensive numbers most of the game’s best forwards are unable to reach in the present era. Coffey came from the […]

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Red Wings Alumni Roster Continues To Grow, Still Missing Big Names

On Thursday afternoon the Detroit Red Wings announced some noteworthy additions to their 2012 Sirius XM Hockeytown Winter Festival Alumni Showdown lineup with the aid of a highlight package that […]

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Edmonton Oilers All-Time Roster

With the Edmonton Oilers previous season well over, and the upcoming season months (hopefully) away, Oiler fans are sitting, awaiting the next big Oiler news. They have had an eventful offseason already […]

by · July 27, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Edmonton Oilers, Hockey History
Tough Guy – My Life on the Edge by Bob Probert

Tough Guy – My Life on the Edge by Bob Probert

Bob Probert was arguably the best enforcer in the History of the NHL. He finished fifth all time with 3,300 penalty minutes and was in 238 fights in his career. […]

by · March 26, 2012 · 1 comment · Hockey Books, Hockey History