If you told San Jose Sharks head coach Todd McLellan after last season that not only would he have one of the best defenses in the NHL going into next season, but that he would have too many good blueliners, he probably would not have believed you.
Comcast Sports Net’s Brodie Brazil wrote an article the other day on how the Sharks now have somewhat of a problem on their hands with owning too... Read More »
With the NHL season getting underway in two weeks time, the storylines are only beginning to take shape in anticipation for puck drop.
After an off season filled with sadness and sorrow, the hockey community hopes to come together to ensure that there are more bright spots, something we haven’t experienced too often lately.
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Pittsburgh Penguins single game tickets went on sale to the public last Friday, creating an Internet firestorm of sorts for those interested in purchasing them. For the last few years, Pens tickets have been very hard to get, as evidenced by 200 consecutive sellouts dating back to their days in historic Mellon Arena.
I did not try to get tickets on Friday because I knew the Ticketmaster online... Read More »
The month of September marks the reassembling of hundreds of NHL regulars, prospects, and optimistic hopefuls at training camps around the league, but for many members of the 2010-11 Vancouver Canucks squad, it probably seems like just yesterday that they were stunned in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals at the hands of the Boston Bruins.
So forgive the Canucks coaching staff if you don’t see... Read More »
One of the biggest things that people worry about in hockey─more specifically the NHL─these days is leadership.
How many veterans are on the team? How much have these veterans been through? What are their attitudes like? Are they star players? These are just some of the questions that everyone asks themselves, especially during the off-season, when many teams are undergoing complete makeove... Read More »