Matt Carle has been here before — in Tampa Bay that is. He started the 2008-09 season there before being traded to Philadelphia where he spent the next four seasons with the Flyers. Carle was a vital part of their run to the Finals in 2010.
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It’s a great myth that the 1994-95 lockout inflicted lasting damage on the careers of many veteran NHL stars. After 1993-94, the league suffered a well-documented drop in scoring that […]
For as long as any Blues fan can remember, the Detroit Red Wings have been a thorn in the side for their favorite team. From Steve Yzerman’s overtime killer in […]
There is no secret that the 2011-2012 season was a huge disappointment for the Tampa Bay Lightning. After the team made it to the conference finals in 2010-2011, they took […]
After a strong playoff run in 2010-2011 that saw the Tampa Bay Lightning lose to the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals, the team took a step back by […]
With all of the negativity surrounding the hockey world these days it’s time for a feel-good article. Hockey for me was a foreign commodity growing up in New York City […]
Many people believe Wayne Gretzky is the greatest player to ever live since he owns nearly every NHL scoring record. There are other fans out there who believe Mario Lemieux […]
“I’d never before seen a player leave the bench and go into the medical room in the middle of a game unless he was injured and needed immediate attention … […]
This week’s quotes of the week are by and about the most idiosyncratic bunch in all of hockey, the coaches. You’re only as good as your coach wants you to […]
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 […]
The confetti had barely finished falling on the Los Angeles Kings’ Stanley Cup victory parade before Lightning GM Steve Yzerman pulled the trigger on a deal that allows him to […]
Information is surfacing that on the heels of their extraordinary, record-setting and Calder Cup-winning season, the Norfolk Admirals might be a lame duck franchise. And the Tampa Bay Lightning may […]