It’s always tragic when a young athlete dies, but it was especially so in the case of former Philadelphia Flyers defenceman Dmitri Tertyshny.
While I’ll be ramping up posts on this site again soon, I thought I’d give another option to those who prefer to read about hockey documents only.
One of the signature features of Winnipeg Jets playoff games — when they actually took place — was the Whiteout.
A quick look at the National Hockey League’s draft lottery odds.
Being an NFL player is a pretty nice gig if you can get it, even if you’re just a third-string scrub.
News broke today that the National Hockey League rejected Steve Moore’s $220,000 disability claim because he wouldn’t drop his lawsuit against Todd Bertuzzi and the Vancouver Canucks.
When Bob Hartley finally hauls out his chequebook and scribbles down $25,000 (he has 10 days to pay his fine before even more discipline kicks in), it’ll probably sting a little. Even for NHL coaches making handsome salaries, that’s gotta suck.
You know that thing where an NHL team will give one of its legacy players like a painting or something when said player plays a legacy-ish number of games? There are actually a few rules around that.
The most beloved players in sports are the ones who excel when it matters most: Playoff time, baby.
Vaive files voluntary dismissal without prejudice.