by Rory Boylen - February 14, 2012 3:30 PM EST
Evander Kane has faced the flack of fans and media a few times this season about issues that were never proven to have happened.
Through 49 games, Evander Kane’s 19 goals have already matched his career best and before long he’ll eclipse the 43 points he totalled last season.
by Rory Boylen - February 7, 2012 3:15 PM EST
Sometimes GMs are given a hard time even if they don't really deserve it and here are four examples.
Wouldn’t it be great to be the GM of a hockey team and run it how you see fit? What strategy would you take? Would you stick to it throughout? Because it’s a fantasy job based in reality – and because there are so many passionate fans – there are armchair GMs everywhere (heck, in the fantasy league I’m in, we’re all armchair GMs).
by Rory Boylen - January 27, 2012 11:25 PM EST
Zdeno Chara, Marian Hossa and Brian Elliott are all former Senators returning as all-stars, while the current team is on the rise.
OTTAWA – Not only is the NHL All-Star Game a celebration of the sport and its biggest stars (whether you actually enjoy the game is another story), but this year’s edition has a certain taste for the hometown fans.
by Rory Boylen - January 24, 2012 2:49 PM EST
The coach of the Worcester Sharks is on the verge of a major AHL milestone, but it didn't come overnight.
“Anyone thinking about getting into coaching, you better think about moving.” - Worcester Sharks head coach, Roy Sommer My favorite part of being a hockey journalist is talking to the fascinating figures who have lived the game on so many different angles.
by Rory Boylen - January 17, 2012 1:13 PM EST
Amid Cowtown calls to begin the rebuild, Jay Feaster is doing the right thing by pushing to make the playoffs.
“You play to win the game.” – Former NFL football coach Herm Edwards When Jay Feaster pulled off the Mike Cammalleri-Rene Bourque trade, it solidified his intent to make a push for the playoffs and ignore the outside calls for an all-out rebuild.
by Rory Boylen - January 10, 2012 1:53 PM EST
Valtteri Filppula has been on the rise for the Wings for a while, but he's finally realizing his potential as a scorer.
“The next guy they have there who’s going to be like that is (Valtteri) Filppula. He’s getting there; he’s like a young Pav.
by Rory Boylen - December 20, 2011 2:04 PM EST
From the return of Jagr and the Jets to flooding the outdoor rink, here are a few things we love about the game.
All too often we hear about how our game is broken, flawed, behind the times and barbaric. Most of the time, those reactions are bloated, misleading, sensational, miss the point or are from someone who doesn’t like or understand the game in the first place.
by Rory Boylen - December 17, 2011 10:55 AM EST
After a dreadful 2010-11 campaign, Brian Elliott landed in St. Louis, which has proven to be a perfect fit.
When you think of St. Louis’ goaltending, you think of Jaroslav Halak and his grand potential should he somehow find the magic that pushed him and the Montreal Canadiens to the 2010 Eastern Conference final.
by Rory Boylen - December 13, 2011 4:32 PM EST
If players are serious about tackling any concerns with concussions, they have to stop trying to take advantage of the situation.
With the news NHL scoring leader Claude Giroux is out indefinitely with a concussion, the NHL’s most talked-about issue stepped into the spotlight once again.
by Rory Boylen - December 10, 2011 10:30 AM EST
An undrafted player from college, Jason Garrison is the surprising early leader in goals among defensemen.
Jason Garrison isn’t a well-known name around the NHL. In fact, when he was asked for an interview in the dressing room after a game a voice from the next stall over cracked at the request.
by Rory Boylen - December 6, 2011 4:10 PM EST
Only days after hiring Ken Hitchcock the St. Louis Blues added Kris Russell, so the coach must see something in him Columbus fans didn't.
Even though Kris Russell was Columbus’ third round pick in 2005, by the time he reached the NHL two years later he was being marked as the elusive puck-moving defender the franchise had struggled to find in its infancy.
by Rory Boylen - November 11, 2011 9:25 AM EST
We take a little time out of our day to remember those who sacrificed to give us the lives we have today.
On the coasts of Normandy, in the air above Albion, wading across wide oceans and hunkered in trenches stitched through Europe, millions fought and gave their lives so we could enjoy the fruits of free life.
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