Just when it looked like Teemu Selanne was leaving the spotlight after a tremendous NHL and international career, he was quoted in his newly released biography shredding current Ducks coach […]
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BREAKING: Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are already injured. [Penguins] There are probably more than three things the Oilers need to do to be successful. [NHL] Teemu Selanne has written […]
We are in the dog days of summer, particularly if you’re a hockey fan. August is typically a pretty boring month — the free agent frenzy is essentially over, and […]
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 […]
Turns out, Teemu Selanne might not be hanging them up after all.
The 44-year-old Finnish Flash is reportedly contemplating a contract offer back home.
The 2014-15 NHL season is a little over two months away but that doesn’t mean the hockey talk in Winnipeg is slowing down. Daily debates on Twitter about the upcoming […]
Perhaps one of the most revolutionary players to ever play the game of hockey, Maurice Richard brought hockey in Montreal to an elite level and set the bar high for […]
The Blackhawks like advanced stats such as Corsi ratings, etc. [Chicago Sun Times] Brian Burke on the other hand, does not. [Pens Initiative] Win or lose tonight, the Penguins still […]
The complete playoff schedule has been released. Plan your lives around it accordingly. [NHL.com] Sidney Crosby has won his second career Art Ross Trophy, that should be his forth if […]
Looking back on the Olympic men’s hockey tournament, which wrapped up yesterday with another gold for Team Canada, there were more surprises than I expected. I touted Oliver Ekman-Larsson as […]
Before we commend our Ducks on their fine work in Sochi, let’s all give a hearty round of applause for the Canadians, Swedes and Finns for their dilligent work. Also, […]
Friday’s Olympic men’s hockey action at the Winter Olympics in Sochi proved […]