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This Day in Flyers History: Fan Fights Tie Domi

This Day in Flyers History: Fan Fights Tie Domi

How do you etch your name into the annals of Philadelphia folklore? You can start by busting through the glass into the penalty box to fight one of the NHL’s […]

by · March 29, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Philadelphia Flyers
Max Domi (OHL Images)

NHL Draft: Max Domi’s Skill Overpowers Small Stature

Max Domi has been hearing comments about his height for years.

Before Domi was even drafted by the London Knights in the 2011 OHL Priority Selection, his size was being heavily criticized. Those concerns about his OHL potential are well out of the way now. But really, they’ve only turned into concerns regarding his National Hockey League future.

by · March 13, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · CHL, NHL Entry Draft, OHL
(Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Club)

Ten Most Hated Toronto Maple Leafs Of All-Time

As sports fans, most of the allure is drawn from our longing to see our favorite teams bring home a championship. Championships are great, but not every team or fan […]

Concerns over head injuries may gradually eliminate fighting from hockey. (photo courtesy SlidingSideways/Flickr CC)

Top 30 Best Hockey Fights (Picks 16-30)

Fighting has long been a part of hockey’s culture and it continues to set the game apart from other professional sports. While new research into CTE has opened up the […]

by · August 30, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Top 10 Lists, Videos
An intense Wendel Clark, as featured in the 1991-92 Topps Stadium Club set.

Toronto Maple Leafs’ 7 Best Tough Guys

“If you can’t beat them in the alley, you can’t beat them on the ice.” The man who created, owned, coached and managed the Toronto Maple Leafs, Conn Smythe, believed […]

Nathan MacKinnon (Ryan Taplin/Metro Halifax News)

2013 NHL Draft Top 30 Preseason Rankings

It has only been three weeks since the conclusion of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, but talk has already begun on next year’s outstanding crop of young players looking to […]

by · July 16, 2012 · 6 comments · Prospects
Randy Carlyle and Randy Gilhen - Photo by Jon Waldman

Winnipeg Hockey History – Jets ties to Toronto

With the hiring of Randy Carlyle today by the Toronto Maple Leafs, it’s an apropos time to look back in history to the interactions between the Buds and Winnipeg Jets. […]

by · March 3, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary, Toronto Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Jets
Philadelphia Flyers: If Only I Could See Them One More Time…

Philadelphia Flyers: If Only I Could See Them One More Time…

So I got to chatting with my old man today.  Whenever chats like these occur there is usually a great deal of wisdom bestowed upon me.  But this wasn’t like […]

by · February 10, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Philadelphia Flyers
Teemu Selanne (BridgetDS/Flickr)

“Dad, Who’s Teemu Selanne…?”

All in a Flash, a young man breaks free from his captors. The sound of a single shot is quickly drowned out by the deafening screams that surround him from every […]

by · December 9, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Winnipeg Jets
Max Domi (CHL Images)

Max Domi: A Different Chip Off The Old Block

If you didn’t know his last name was Domi, you would never guess that he’s the son of a legendary hockey enforcer. Max Domi’s elite offensive talent and vision have […]

by · November 19, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · CHL, OHL, Player Profiles, Prospects, Toronto Maple Leafs, Trades Contracts and Transactions
Flickr/cabbie on the street

“Cabbie” Is The New NHL’s Best Friend

Have you ever wanted to get to know your favourite hockey player?  “Get to know”, as in grab a beer, play some shinny, share feelings about the collective bargaining agreement […]

by · August 29, 2011 · 1 comment · Humor

Tie Domi’s Son Max Turning Heads In Future Watch

Tie Domi was known mostly for his fighting abilities and physical play throughout junior career and tenure in the NHL. Unlike his father, Tie’s son, Max Domi, is creating quite […]

by · May 4, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · National Juniors, Prospects