There’s still time to decide.
Really, we swear. Don’t laugh.
NHL general managers recently had their annual meeting in sexy sunny Boca Raton, where they gathered to discuss the State of the Game. It’s a meeting that brings us our yearly dose of ideas to add more scoring to the game, to fix problems that don’t exist, and to brainstorm ways to fix the problems
For many hockey fans, the suffering is just beginning. The trade deadline has only recently passed. The ringing in their ears is loud, the nausea has kept them up all night, and the path to healing remains long and hard. Trade grief is real, and it afflicts fans of all sports. It leads to eating
Jaromir Jagr turned 44 on Monday. Despite being just the third 44-year-old active player since 1975, he’s the leading scorer on the Florida Panthers and looks like he still has gas left in the tank. In (slightly belated… oops) honor of his birthday, here are 19 things that have happened since he started playing in
With the announcement this week that the Dallas Stars would be offering a heart attack-inducing “Klingburger” at home games, named after defenseman John Klingberg, I offer proposals for player-themed food items for the NHL’s other 29 teams: Anaheim Ducks: Ham & Cheese Samis Because you have to be at least 70 to substitute “samis” for sandwiches,
To: Wesley Edens and Marc Lasry, owners of the Milwaukee Bucks You got your new arena funded! Congratulations. You’ve carried on the tradition of asking taxpayers to pony up for privately owned sports franchises’ new facilities. In the spirit of public-private partnership, I humbly submit a proposal whose financial diligence is self-evident. If you contribute your
It’s Thanksgiving, and that means pumpkin lattes, premature spurts of Christmas, half-eaten cranberry gelatin things that your aunt brought because she remembers the World War II or something, and turkeys. Live turkeys, John Madden turkeys, hand-outline turkeys, turkey gizzards, turkey leftovers, turkey bacon, and the great pile of metaphorical blog turkeys, which may or may
In a shocking move, Rolf Nilsen, owner of the Ontario Hockey League’s Flint Firebirds, fired his entire coaching staff Tuesday. Nilsson woke up Tuesday morning to discover that a pumpkin on his front stoop had become moldy, a state of affairs that he had warned head coach John Gruden [sic] was not acceptable. The incident
On October 20, John Tortorella told Sirius/XM he had “not been contacted” by any struggling NHL teams about taking over a head coaching position. On the morning of October 21, he was named the new coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets. Most assumed Tortorella, who has a reputation for being difficult, was lying. Crooked Scoreboard has