The NHL regular season is coming to a close and, naturally, that means the discussion surrounding the league’s individual player awards is starting to heat up. Who’s in for the […]
*This is part of our Hockey 101 series geared towards the newer fan that needs a primer on the game. During the course of play, it is not uncommon for […]
The bodies just keep piling up for fantasy hockey rosters. On the bright side for Pittsburgh Penguins fans is that Paul Martin is returning after missing 18 more games. For some reason, you get […]
Whether it be Stompin Tom or Nickleback’s cover of Elton John’s Saturday Night’s Alright – we all love our hockey songs. Take a moment and enjoy Puck Yeah! (hint – don’t miss the ending).
A quarter-century ago, hockey minds knew exactly where NHL talent would be found. Canada, Europe and, perhaps, the northeastern United States were the main proving grounds for talented players following […]
For a group of athletes often characterized for clichés and boring interviews, perhaps the greatest player of all time may have actually had a deeper point than he initially intended. […]
Currently sidelined with a knee injury (torn right MCL), Colorado Avalanche right winger Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau is certainly an interesting case compared to other NHL players. A true journeyman After a […]
Last week’s news of the loss of Patrick Kane was certainly not welcome for Chicago Blackhawks fans. The Hawks had just squeaked through the Olympic break, bringing home 3 gold and […]
For the past few years, the mutual respect between hockey players has been questioned and criticized. Debatable hits from behind and to the head have led to injuries, concussions, and […]
When the New York Islanders traded for Lubomir Visnovsky on draft day in 2012, there were many confused fans wondering why the team needed another Mark Streit. When he refused […]
A minor infraction is classified as any action that is not legal but not deserving of a trip to the penalty box.
Sunday night was a disturbingly stark representation of all that is wrong with hockey in 2014. The scene was Chicago’s United Center, a building that has achieved nearly iconic status not […]