Earlier this season, I was covering a game between the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. The Senators were trailing in the third period when Ottawa defenceman Andre Benoit threw a point shot through traffic that somehow found the back of the net. Tie game, right?
Well, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment for one.
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Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean has drawn two very different comparisons to a walrus since taking over as bench boss …
How much do Gary Bettman and Bill Daly and Colin Campbell make? How much do the league’s lawyers pull in? Why the National Hockey League a non-profit anyway? How many subsidiary companies does the league have? Find out all that and more in the NHL’s most recent filing with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
Could be. Could also be that the WNBA just wants to protect its brand here, or just wants to sell …
Wednesday marks the National Hockey League’s trade deadline, and players everywhere will be nervously checking their smartphones to find out …
The National Hockey League sees itself as something of a guardian of the game, which might surprise you if you, say, tried to watch an NHL game in October, November or December.
Today, the Central Hockey League announced it’s dipping its toe into Canadian waters. If all goes well, a Brampton, O.N. team, slated to start play in 2013-2014, will be the 12th team to join up.
First of all, apologies to those who made SportsDocuments.com a big hit in the first month. The return of the National Hockey League slammed me last week, which meant a little neglect for this bad boy right here.