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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Longtime left winger Simon Gagne on Tuesday announced his retirement, after 14 NHL seasons.
Gagne last suited up for the Boston Bruins, scoring three goals and one assist over 23 games in 2014-15. He took a leave of absence from the team in December to be with his father, Pierre, and did not return following his death.
FTHN continues its divisional previews before the start of the 2015-16 NHL season. Read more
The Philadelphia Flyers have made some moves this off-season to put their franchise in a better position long-term. Below, we look at some of the sound moves that they’ve made thus far. Read more
The first round of the NHL Draft has come and gone, bringing about its usual excitement, unpredictability and the inevitable booing of Gary Bettman.
The Philadelphia Flyers have handcuffed themselves with bad contracts, and now General Manager, Ron Hextall will have to make some slick moves to get the Flyers back to their winning ways. Read more
Perhaps the best thing to happen to Dave Hakstol since he was startlingly hired as the new head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday was the hiring of Mike Babcock by the Toronto Maple Leafs two days later to a mammoth 8-year, $50 million contact. Read more
Now that the Detroit Red Wings are out of the playoffs, one of the biggest questions in the NHL is: where will Mike Babcock go? Read more
One decade after his last American League game — Game 5 of the 2005 Calder Cup final as a member of the Philadelphia Phantoms — Mike Richards finds himself in the AHL again, this time with the Manchester Monarchs.
In what seems to be a string of vicious plays in the NHL lately, Zac Rinaldo decided to top them all. Not just with his actions but with his words. Read more