NHL

Rangers Exact Revenge on Kings

The Kings are a remarkably consistent team. Their lineup rarely changes, except when someone gets hurt. They don’t even shift up their forward lines all that often. That’s only partly why I don’t feel so bad ha...

Caps fall to Flyers in OT

The Caps looked to string back-to-back wins together, something they have struggled with this season, against the Philadelphia Flyers after flying in the night before from their 6-2 win over a flailing Toronto ...

Babcock’s Way Too Smart for That

I got out of Toronto this week just before the Maple Leafs fired their coach, an event which has caused a hubbub of opinion ranging from, “About time,” to “What now?” Truth be told, most pundits and fans knew t...

Photo Gallery: Senators vs Flyers (01/06/2015)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Ottawa Senators by a score of 2-1 in a shootout. Three Star Selections: 1st Steve Mason (#35 PHI) 2nd Craig Anderson (#41 OTT) 3rd Wayne Simmonds (#17 PHI) ...

The New Jersey Devils are in Desperation Mode

It is often said that professional sports are, at times, a copycat endeavor.  If there is a new way of doing something and it’s followed by success, other organizations try to copy it until eventually it is sch...

Rangers Trounce Woeful Sabres

NEW YORK – Saturday night’s game wasn’t handed to the Rangers on a silver platter. No, it was handed to them on a blue and gold platter, hand-delivered by an undisciplined and unfocused Sabres team that allo...
Bruins Torey Krug by Brian Fluharty

Bruins Lose In Stereotypical Fashion

Stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason; they are oversimplified ideas based on truths. Even the previous statement is somewhat of a stereotype. It lacks originality and is somewhat cliché. Unfortunately, for ...