According to reports, the NHL will soon expand to Las Vegas, Nevada. This is big news as it would indicate that the league is being proactive in naming expansion franchises. Las Vegas will not have AEG Arena complete until spring 2016, giving time for at least two years of prep work. If the NHL sticks […]


Terry Siebert, of Hamilton, Ontario, died last Monday, July 21, at the age of 58 – but he still found time to sneak in a cheap shot at his beloved Toronto Maple Leafs. For Siebert, the Maple Leafs – arguably hockey’s most unlucky team – haven’t won anything since he was an 11-year-old boy. It’s […]


Yesterday was the first day of NHL free agency and we’re about 36 hours into the NHL silly season, and boy was there some silly spending. In total, we’re currently at $515,300,000 million spent on 87 players. How much of that was spent wisely? How much is going to be as productive as lighting millions […]


July 1st marks two big things. The birth of the greatest country on the planet, Canada, and the first day of NHL free agency. This means two things are guaranteed to happen. First, I’ll be wearing a flag as a toga, and secondly, that a bunch of hockey players are going to sign contracts for […]


A general manager should be able to speak properly in public. But when you consider New York Islanders GM Garth Snow is a former NHL goaltender with the Islanders, Pittsburgh Pirates, Vancouver Canucks and Philadelphia Flyers, then we can understand the occasional mistake. He’s no businessman, and showed his tough hockey background during the NHL […]


Its about time for theĀ NHL draft, which means a bunch of teams are about to make a ton of mistakes, and a couple will do something right. With the first round going tonight, everyone will have their eye on the top 10, especially with 6 of the 7 futile Canadian teams picking in that range. […]

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The Stanley Cup Final has started and is the focus of the hockey world right now. But that doesn’t mean other interesting things aren’t happening in hockey. Take for example semi-controversial (depending on your views of hunting) Vancouver Canucks forward David Booth, who tight roped walked an elastic line only for it to snap up […]