Post Tagged with: "Paul Kariya"

Teemu Selanne (James Guillory-US PRESSWIRE)

Celebrating Selanne: A Teemu Tribute

The 1988 draft featured legends such as Mike Modano, Rod Brind’Amour, Mark Recchi and Rob Blake. Even Jeremy Roenick was drafted in the top ten, one spot behind Martin Gelinas. But […]

by · August 11, 2014 · 0 comments · Anaheim Ducks
Alex Pietrangelo missed Day 1 of camp last season (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Breaking Down Pietrangelo’s Contract

The waiting is finally over. On Friday, Alex Pietrangelo reached a contract extension with the St. Louis Blues, signing a seven-year, $45.5 million contract extension. Jeremy Rutherford of the St. […]

Andy McDonald has been a member of the Blues since the 2007-08 season (TSN Photography)

Andy McDonald’s Decision is the Right One

Another NHL career has been cut short by the concussion epidemic. Andy McDonald, the Anaheim Ducks’ eighth all-time leading scorer, called it a career last week after suffering from post-concussion […]

Paul Kariya 2010 (Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Hall of Fame 2013: The Borderline Case for Paul Kariya

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 […]

by · January 4, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks, Hockey History, St Louis Blues
Anaheim Ducks Boast Impressive History at World Juniors

Anaheim Ducks Boast Impressive History at World Juniors

Ducks fans are going to want to keep a very close eye on Team Sweden at this year’s World Junior Hockey Championships. In total, three Ducks prospects will be suiting […]

by · December 17, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks, National Juniors, World Junior Hockey Championship
Anaheim Ducks Moments: Paul Kariya – Off the Floor, On the Board!

Anaheim Ducks Moments: Paul Kariya – Off the Floor, On the Board!

It’s June 7th, 2003. The Stanley Cup Final. After coming up empty in New Jersey for Game 5, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim find themselves on the ropes at home, […]

by · November 11, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks, Hockey History
Steve Rucchin: The Middle Man

Steve Rucchin: The Middle Man

The title “middle man” is rarely, if ever, viewed as a desirable one. Fancier monikers utilized might be “broker” or “intermediary”, but really, that’s simply sugar-coating the fact that the […]

Sidney Crosby is one of three finalists for this year's Hart Memorial Trophy. (Icon SMI)

The Blame Game Needs to Stop Regarding Lack of Concussion Data

Concussion. Head Injury. Upper Body injury. Whatever you want to call it, it’s just as bad and just as harmful to sports, most notably hockey. It’s becoming an epidemic in […]

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Can the Boston Bruins do it?

By Mike Miccoli, Boston Bruins correspondent

I feel like I’m drunk. I’m not, in fact, but it just feels that way. It’s felt that way for the past two months because simply put, the past two months do not seem like they ever happened. Still following?

Case and point: The Stanley Cup will be present at the TD Garden on Monday night. Should the Vancouver Canucks win Game 6 against the Boston Bruins, the red carpet will be rolled out along with Gary Bettman entering to a resounding round of boos to present hockey’s most holiest of grails to captain Henrik Sedin, insert more jeers here. Best case scenario for many: the Bruins bounce back and force a Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals in Vancouver on Wednesday night and still, that’s absolutely frightening.

by · June 12, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins, Vancouver Canucks
Nathan Horton & Tim Thomas (SlidingSideways/Flickr)

In Light of Rome Suspension and Rule 48 Talk, Is NHL Actually Making Good Moves?

Jim Neveau, NHL Correspondent Under the reign of Commissioner Gary Bettman, the NHL has become an easy target for those around the hockey world  to make fun of, and perhaps […]

by · June 9, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins, News/Commentary, Vancouver Canucks
Lee Stempniak (mark6mauno/Flickr)

Whom Should The Isles Target?

Has Garth Snow added enough pieces to his roster if he expects the Isles to make the playoffs next year? Or should he continue to make a few calls?

by · July 28, 2010 · 3 comments · New York Islanders

Blues head into Olympic break with tough decisions.

Other than the trade of Steve Wagner to Pittsburgh, the St. Louis Blues were quiet right before the Olympic trade freeze.  The team was attached to rumors about acquiring Kari […]

by · February 14, 2010 · Comments are Disabled · St Louis Blues, Uncategorized