Archive for the 'Hockey' Category

What I Have Noticed in the NHL

By Justin Savoie While thinking about all of the issues that have been generating around the wide world of sports recently, I started to think about something that I have noticed more than anything. It seems that as of late, the NHL has been dealing with the issue of cheap shots, and how to deal […]

Crosby Vs Ovechkin Who Will Win the Hart Trophy This Year?

By Dennis Lindsay Since the beginning of the 2005-06 season one of the greatest individual rivalries in sport has raged in the NHL. Crosby vs. Ovechkin. From a young age Sidney Crosby was compared to Wayne Gretzky, and many believed that he would carve a career for himself that would resemble that of players like […]

John Tavares Will He Be the NHLs Next Superstar?

By Dennis Lindsay Not since Sidney Crosby suited up for his first NHL game in back in 2005 has the hype around an NHL rookie been this high. John Tavares was the #1 overall pick of the New York Islanders in last spring’s NHL entry draft, and expectations are high that he might be the […]

Best Hockey Players of All Time Top 20 Greatest NHL Players Counted Down

By Dennis Lindsay Compiling a list of the best hockey players of all time is sure to stir up some healthy debate. The game has changed so much over the past century that comparing players who starred in different eras is very difficult. Would Gretzky have eclipsed the 200 point plateau if he hadn’t played […]

Pittsburgh Penguins Hockey Can Crosby and the Pens Repeat As Stanley Cup Champs?

By Dennis Lindsay Wow, it’s hard to believe that summer is almost over and NHL clubs are ready to get back on the ice and start making their respective bids for the 2010 Stanley Cup. It seems like no time at all has passed since the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team shocked the hockey world, beating […]

Hockey Tips For Beginners

By G LaForge We have all been there, we have all been the new player on the team, or the youngest player in the league. You may look around the rink and see all of the older players getting ready to play hockey, and that’s when you realize that you don’t know what your doing. […]

Concerns Over Red Wings

By G LaForge After the eventful and disappointing run for a back to back championship, the Detroit Red Wings were looking very good for the upcoming season. They had a powerful lineup that included Zetterburg, Datsyuk, Hossa, Hudler, and Samuelson. However, of those 5, only Datsyuk and Zetterburg remain. This should be a concern for […]

Phoenix Bankruptcy

By G LaForge As many hockey fans know, the Phoenix Coyotes have been having financial trouble for the last year. They have struggled to make ends meet and have ended up going bankrupt. Here is what has been happening to the team and what its future looks like right now. The first thing that you […]

The NHL Entry Draft Mirrors Life

By Debbie Elicksen Imagine you are 18 years old. Your parents, who truly believe you are the next coming of Mario Lemieux, insist you fly alone to Columbus for the 2007 National Hockey League Entry Draft so you can accept your team’s jersey in person– against your agent’s advice. Preceding scouting reports indicate you’ll likely […]

Fighting With Or Without Helmets?

By Garry Hart There as been a lot of talk about banning fighting all together in hockey. From the junior leagues all the way up through the NHL. The reason so many people want to see fighting gone is because it causes many injuries to players. Last year a player in Canada died because another […]