For fans of the Calgary Flames, there are really two teams that are remembered fondly in the heart-of-hearts. The first is rather obvious: the 1989 Stanley Cup team, when Cliff […]
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On a typically nice sunny Sunday afternoon in California, young hockey players got to meet some NHL stars in Los Angeles during the 2013 L.A. Kings Rink Tour. Four players […]
After stops in Florida and Calgary, Jay Bouwmeester seems like he has found a home in St. Louis. The 2002 third overall pick spent six seasons with the Panthers, registering […]
With the start of the new season approaching quickly, the Minnesota Wild are looking to build upon the success of last year. The club reached new heights last season as it […]
Only an hour into free agency this year, veteran defenseman Rob Scuderi, signed a four-year, $3.4 million contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins. At 34, Scuderi may have not been the […]
Dillon Heatherington THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 5/9/1995 Place of birth: Calgary, Alberta Ht: 6’2″ Wt: 187 lbs Shoots: Left Position: D NHL Draft Eligibility: 2013 THW The Next Ones Rankings (January […]
I confess. One of the reasons why I’m writing this article is because it may be my last chance to savor the words, “Defending champs.” But I digress. Before we […]
The Los Angeles Kings are Stone Age-boring. Robyn Regehr makes Dwight King look like the Flash. What the hell is wrong with Anze Kopitar? #FreeAlecMartinez! They’re down 2-0 to an […]
Have you heard that the four remaining teams in the Conference Finals are the four most recent Stanley Cup Champions?? (Source: everyone who has ever used social media) While that […]
The 2013 season was one of change for the Calgary Flames. Veterans Jay Bouwmeester and Jarome Iginla were traded prior to the trade deadline, allowing the team to audition youngsters […]
After Sunday’s shootout loss to the Anaheim Ducks, the LA Kings found themselves in 4th place in the Western Conference and 2nd in the Pacific Division. The Ducks now have […]
The NHL trade deadline has come and gone, and the Buffalo Sabres were open for business. The Sabres made three major moves, one on deadline day and two leading up to it. By sending out Jordan Leopold, Robyn Regehr and captain Jason Pominville, the team is moving in a new direction. They acquired a slew of draft picks and a pair of prospects in order to improve the franchise.