Revenge for 2009. Detroit’s oriental life will reignite the dwindling but constant fire between the Red Wings and Penguins. Rivalries are born in the playoffs, and they transform into […]
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The USA Olympic Hockey Team is bound to provide the truth to many of the questions that remain about the Pittsburgh Penguins. With one of the most talented rosters in […]
It has come to this. When ESPN opens up their doors for fantasy hockey, the IDP (Individual Defensive Players) league will have its inaugural campaign. Here at THW, we are always looking to push the […]
The Boston Bruins made some news over the past couple weeks by locking up two important members of the team via long-term contract extensions: Patrice Bergeron signed for 8-years, $52 […]
Well, Craig MacTavish, you’ve done it again. The Edmonton Oilers have another high draft pick and they go ahead and pick the wrong guy. In MacTavish’s first draft as Oilers […]
Life gets played out in moments. Snapshots of memories that stay with you all throughout your life. Still frames that shape the past with while still influencing one’s future. Life is a game of seconds, after all, and there are seconds that will stay with you forever.
At one point this year, the Boston Bruins became more than just a hockey team. The players became more than names and stats on a roster. Hockey became more than just a sport in Boston. It became an escape
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent So this is the other side. The side we witnessed from 3,000 miles away the night of June 15, 2011. While the city of […]
The Chicago Blackhawks are now on the cusp of winning the Stanley Cup for the second time in four seasons. After edging the Boston Bruins in game five of the […]
The role of a captain in the NHL is an important one. The right captain in place could rally his troops and conquer anything and the wrong one can damage […]
Is Sidney Crosby an admirable captain leading the Pittsburgh Penguins? We know he is the best player in the world, or at least one of them. Crosby tore up the […]
By Mike Miccoli I woke this morning with “Chelsea Dagger” stuck in my head. I suppose this might be a bad omen because I can’t remember ever waking up humming […]
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent I have a pretty clear memory of walking out of the TD Banknorth Garden on April 7, 2007. A completely unremarkable game had just […]