Over the last week a hockey legend has been remembered. Jean Beliveau died on December 2nd at the age of 83. Here are some facts about the legend…
DETROIT (AP) _ Gordie Howe’s family was hopeful the hockey great would be out of the hospital before the end of the night Wednesday after being treated for dehydration. In a statement released by the […]
Watching New Jersey Devils Hall of Famer Martin Brodeur play for the St. Louis Blues sparks memories of other star athletes who ended their careers outside the cities in which they became legends. Here’s some of the most memorable.
Here are the five teams who are most likely to hoist Lord Stanley in June.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is flattered that North American cities without hockey teams are interested in adding one to their towns, but it just isn’t in the plans.
Joel Quenneville and Kevin Dineen are together again. Dineen was hired Monday as an assistant coach to Quenneville with the Chicago Blackhawks. They were teammates with the Hartford Whalers for six seasons from 1984 to 1990.
Alec Martinez scored 14:43 into the second overtime, and the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup for the second time in three years with a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers in Game 5 on Friday night.
After last week’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Heat forward LeBron James called himself the “easiest target in sports” after leaving the game in the fourth quarter with cramps. But he is not alone in being an “easy target” around the sports world.
Connecticut’s Jonathan Quick, All-Star goalie for the Los Angeles Kings, had his best game of the NHL finals by far, making 32 saves in their 3-0 victory over New York in Game 3 on Monday night. Quick played for Hamden High and Avon Old Farms.
The last time the New York Rangers reached the Stanley Cup Final their only connection to us was their head to head competition with the Boston Bruins as the team most hated by Hartford hockey fans. 20 years later the Rangers are headed back to the final and this time they have our fingerprints all over them.