Bergeron, Krug Pace Bruin Domination in St. Louis

St. Louis, MO -- The last time Blues fans had gathered at Enterprise Center, the Clarence Campbell Bowl was handed out and "Gloria" rang throughout the title-starved city. The fans reconvened on Saturday, June ...

Backes, Bruins Moving On

St. Louis, MO- David Backes has 1,008 games of National Hockey League experience across thirteen regular seasons and nine trips to the postseason. 727 regular season and 49 postseason games saw Backes wearing a...

2019 Stanley Cup Final Preview

Boston- May 10, 1970, is a blessed day in Boston sports memory. On that Mother’s Day at Boston Garden, Bobby Orr took a pass from Derek Sanderson and slipped the puck through the legendary Glenn Hall’s pads to ...

Uninspired

Having survived an almost epic losing streak, a run so bad that the GM had to publically say that the coach would not be fired as a result, the Ducks picked up a couple of victories before losing one to the Isl...

Hope Still Lives

The Kings have to win twenty-five more games to wind up with 94 points. They have only thirty-two games to do that in. That’s the math. Now, you probably don’t want to hear about that for one of two reasons. Fi...

Hullabaloo and Foofah

What a difference a half century makes. Fifty years ago, a handful of games into the 1967 NHL season, the league’s grand expansion strategy appeared ready to collapse even before it had managed to skate its ...

How Real Is Hockey in Vegas?

Las Vegas, NV – Hockey people not from here keep saying the same thing: Vegas hockey is about everyone else but the people in Vegas. It’s a place that’s good at attracting tourists, and having a hockey team wil...

Difference of a Day

What a difference a couple of days make. Or three. Monday night, the Kings were in LA versus Dallas. They posted four goals and still lost the game on a goaltending performance that was mediocre. In fact, even ...

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...

Balance, Speed, and Two Goals

Generally speaking, you don’t go to an Anaheim Ducks game to admire the defensive corps. Not that they’re not good. But the team has, for as long as they’ve been successful (say since about 2003) been focused o...