There’s so much I love about the Stanley Cup playoffs–the quickened pace of what is already the “fastest sport in the world,” and the increased intensity are just a few things playoff hockey has to offer. But I can’t help thinking the postseason is too long.
Success in Chicago seems to have come with a price. For the fourth time in six years, the Chicago Blackhawks are raising season ticket and single-game ticket prices. As of writing this, no specific price details have been given on how much single-game tickets will rise, but you can find out the specific price details on […]
On Saturday night, iconic CBC hockey commentator Don Cherry went on a rant about female reporters entering locker rooms. His comments were in response to a controversial locker room exchange between the Chicago Blackhawks’ Duncan Keith and reporter Karen Thomson of a Vancouver-area radio station. To be fair, Keith himself does not have a problem with […]
Experts always say defense wins games, but that’s especially true in hockey. If you have goaltending, especially in the playoffs where it matters most, you will win games. That’s exactly how the eighth-seeded Los Angeles Kings completely dominated last year’s playoffs and en route to winning the Stanley Cup.
Crooner Rene Rancourt has been singing the American and Canadian national anthems at Boston Bruins games for decades. Last night, before the first Bruins game at Boston’s TD Garden since Monday’s tragedy at the Boston Marathon, Rancourt sang the first line of the “Star-Spangled Banner” then let the sell-out crowd do the rest.