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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If you want a shining example of just how far collegiate players have come in the National Hockey League, look no further than the guy who occupies the goal crease for the Los Angeles Kings. Jonathan Quick, who has backstopped his team to two Stanley Cup titles in the last three seasons, tended net at the University of Massachusetts once upon a time. Read more
Here’s what happened last week in the Central Division! Read more
On July 1st, free agency for the NHL opened up, and UFA and RFA’s were allowed to sign the dotted line with their former team, or perhaps a new team in a new city. Every year, players get signed to big contracts, but some of the money amounts are ridiculous. Read more
Paul Stastny now bolsters the center position in St. Louis. The Blues give the center 4 years at 28 million. Read more
Unrestricted free agents (UFAs) are players that have either been released from their teams, had their contracts expire without renewal or were not chosen in the draft. Come July 1st, teams can make their bids for UFAs. Read more