In a nondescript game between two bad teams on a Monday night, rookie goaltender Garret Sparks provided the kind of magical and enduring memory that keeps us coming back to watch sports. More
You won’t find any gaudy Fishermen or Spiderknights here. Only the all-time best in ice fashion make our definitive list of hockey’s coolest duds. Who comes in at No. 1? Let the countdown begin.
Here are three teams that are going in the right direction, and three teams that are trending the other way, based on comparing their performances in October and November.
We’ve tabulated all of the weddings, “cat fights” and feel-good stories into one judgmental post in order to present you with this ranking of the hockey wives so far in Season 2.
Sidney Crosby is back on track but all is not well in Pittsburgh, while three great coaches -- Lindy Ruff, Alain Vigneult, and Michel Therrien -- were shut out of World Cup jobs.
Columbus Blue Jackets center Brandon Dubinsky was suspended one game for a cross check to the head of Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby, but Dubinsky says the suspension isn’t going to change his playing style. The suspension was the first of Dubinsky’s career, and he said he’s going to keep playing Crosby “as physical as [he] can.”
Former teammates Noora Raty and Meeri Raisanen, who suited up for Finland’s national women’s team, made history this weekend. The former goaltending partners faced off against each other in a Finnish men’s third-league contest. Raty’s KJT downed Raisanen’s D-Kiekko 5-2.
The Oilers have a big list of players they could dangle as trade bait as GM Peter Chiarelli tries to find an established top-two defenseman to improve his team.
Carey Price will miss at least six weeks after tweaking a lower-body injury that occurred during a warmup in October. Price had previously missed three weeks due to the injury, but he re-aggravated it in a contest against the New York Rangers and might not be back in time for the Winter Classic.
Dream Teams ranks the top 50 NHL hockey factories from the CHL and NCAA. Our panel of judges studied the all-time rosters from all 108 active major junior and Div. I teams and established a lineup of six first-team all-stars from each organization, based on what they did in the NHL. Dream Teams also catches up with some of these major juniors.Buy now