For fathers and sons, professional sports have always been a fun way to bond and grow closer together, and hockey is no different. Plenty of kids from big Eastern metropolises, to rural Canadian farmland, and everywhere in-between develop a love for hockey from their parents.
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The first round of the NHL Draft has come and gone, bringing about its usual excitement, unpredictability and the inevitable booing of Gary Bettman.
Another season is in the books and another Stanley Cup has been raised. It’s been 22 years since the 1993 Montreal Canadiens lifted Lord Stanley’s Holy Grail. This year Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver had a shot to go deep in the playoffs, but the Stanley Cup drought continues for Canada. Let’s take a look at the Canadian teams that could win it all next year or possibly in near future. Read more
Courtesy of a Sven Baertschi natural hat trick, the Utica Comets on Thursday took a 2-1 series lead over Grand Rapids in the Western Conference final.
Brandon Prust has been fined $5000 for his tirade on referee Brad Watson, who will likely not being doing anymore Montreal playoff games this round. Watson is scheduled to ref the Rangers and Caps tonight. Read more
In the matter of just two days, a missed offside call would have had major implications in a playoff game. Yesterday’s Rangers and Capitals game saw a flurry of saves made by NY’s Henrik Lundqvist after a linesman blew an offside call by 8 feet. Read more
What will be a rematch of last year’s Eastern Quarter-Final, the Tampa Bay Lightning are hoping to get some revenge on the Montreal Canadiens. During the season, Tampa won all five games against Montreal. Although things are different in the playoffs, the Lighting should be confident going into a series against the Canadiens. Read more
The Canadiens are set to take on the Senators to open the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Read more
The Trade deadline saw tons of bodies around the NHL. But as is the case with any Trade Deadline their are winners and losers. Here we look at the extremes in both cases. Read more