The Anaheim Ducks have signed the 39th overall pick to a three-year entry level contract. Pittsburgh native John Gibson, 18, was the first North American goaltender selected at the draft […]
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A handful of games doesn’t a career make, but by standing tall in a 6-1 win over the Boston Bruins, 22-year-old netminder Dustin Tokarski suddenly finds himself in the spotlight […]
Boasting an 8-4-1 record and a tied-for-league-best 3 shutouts, Jimmy Howard is attracting attention from around the league much like he did during his rookie campaign 2 seasons ago, and […]
The role of a backup net-minder is often one of the most under appreciated ones in the game. While it may be true that they are not as vital to […]
Who doesn’t like a nice feel good story? A cat rescued from a tree? A dog surfing? Imagine this; Pavelec, a few hours before game time for the Jets twists […]
by Jason Kurylo Roberto Luongo came within one win of being the first #1 goaltender since 1976 to win a Stanley Cup while also wearing the number 1 […]
PITTSBURGH-As the Pittsburgh Penguins stride into the playoffs, let’s be realistic about their chances. They have no shot to come close to a Stanley Cup unless Sidney Crosby shows up […]
Pittsburgh-The Pittsburgh Penguins have found a successful defensive recipe on a nightly basis to be at the top of the Eastern Conference standings. They are 5th in the NHL in […]
It’s no secret that Randy Jones gets very little love in Boston. In fact everytime he touched the puck during today’s Saturday afternoon game up north echoes of booing flooded the TD Banknorth Garden. It would be impossible to guess why there was such dissatisfaction in Jones’ presence in Boston without knowing an event from last season. One hit connects the entire city of Boston to the Flyers offensive defenseman. From tonight onward though he will be remembered in Boston as the cause of even more heartbreak as he nets the overtime game winner against the dominant eastern team.