by Adam Proteau - December 10, 2010 12:20 PM UTC
In the week-ending mailbag: Is Gomez really tradeable?; how to get rid of Sean Avery?; and Don Cherry.
This is the second-to-last mailbag I’ll be doing for a few weeks. After next Friday’s entry, I’m off until the week of Jan.
by Adam Proteau - December 3, 2010 10:55 AM UTC
In the week-ending mailbag, Adam Proteau answers on Zdeno Chara, a Martin Brodeur trade, Jim Balsillie and more.
It’s mailbag time once again. Thanks for all the mail you’ve put in my virtual bag – and thanks for not cracking any jokes about that last sentence.
by Adam Proteau - November 26, 2010 2:10 PM UTC
Adam tackles your question on: a Jarome Iginla trade; becoming a journalist; award criteria; and more.
Vancouver’s Rick Rypien was granted an indefinite leave of absence by the Canucks Thursday. Let’s hope he can take on his problem (or problems) and return as a productive athlete.
by Adam Proteau - November 19, 2010 1:50 PM UTC
Does Evgeni Malkin belong in the best player debate?; who should the Bruins trade?; and a new idea to spice up the regular season.
I’m going to set this week’s AA file up as if I were lame-o rapper will.i.am: This is a mailbag column. You should read it. It has words in it.
by Adam Proteau - November 12, 2010 3:50 PM UTC
In the week-ending mailbag Adam answers on the Leafs and shares a story about Cammi Granato as a minor hockey player.
Belated best wishes to all military personnel who serve and reflect the best qualities of their citizenry. Let’s move right to your questions: Happy Movember, Adam.
by Adam Proteau - November 5, 2010 1:30 PM UTC
Adam ends the week answering your questions on fighting, airfare and why there are no European GMs in the NHL.
It has to be more than a little jarring for fans of the Buffalo Sabres and New Jersey Devils - people used to rooting for consistently competitive teams year in and year out - to see their clubs flopping around like Mike Ribeiro or Maxim Lapierre this season.
by Adam Proteau - October 29, 2010 11:00 AM UTC
In the week-ending mailbag: How good is Pittsburgh?; chances of a 2012 lockout; and much more.
Hey journalism school kids: ever wanted to see what an opening paragraph for a reader mailbag looks like? Trick question – you’re already looking at one! (Okay, you try and come up with new and exciting opening paragraphs for a reader mailbag.
by Adam Proteau - October 22, 2010 2:45 PM UTC
In the Friday mailbag: Should the NHL suspend Avery for good?; more referee conspiracies; Capitals salary cap; and more.
Another Friday means another THN mailbag. As always, thanks to all who submitted questions – and don’t forget to check out the Ask Adam features in our magazine and on The Hockey News Radio Show every Friday.
by Adam Proteau - October 15, 2010 3:15 PM UTC
It wouldn't be a Friday without reader questions and this week we address referees, European games, Brian Burke and more.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before – the Phoenix Coyotes have a new owner lined up! My favorite part of Darren Dreger’s report was the use of the word “conceptually.
by Adam Proteau - October 8, 2010 1:35 PM UTC
We get to readers' questions about Marc-Andre Bergeron, big issues in hockey and the chances of a Toronto outdoor game.
Well, that was a pretty impressive first night of NHL action, no? As I mentioned on my Twitter feed, this is the part of the calendar where you realize why summer is seriously overrated.
by Adam Proteau - October 1, 2010 2:05 PM UTC
In the mailbag, Adam tackles questions on: the league's best hitter, why Niemi didn't become an Oiler and more.
We’re a week away from genuine NHL hockey and you’re all ramping up your question-submitting efforts accordingly. Perpetual thanks to everyone who takes a moment to write – and to folks who understand why I can’t get to all of them.
by Adam Proteau - September 24, 2010 3:40 PM UTC
Adam Proteau answers on which team is good to run with; the impact of Dion Phaneuf; and where the NHL will go next.
Hey all. Hope you’re unlike me and enjoying the nutrition-free sporting Slurpee that is pre-season hockey. Meanwhile, you should prepare for some structural changes at THN.