February 17, 2018
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NHL Prepares To Lose A Legend

  It’s never fun to see legends hang up the skates. It brings an end to generations of hockey, as well as countless moments caught on the ice that storyline the game as we know it. This summer, the NHL will most likely be losing a stick handling wizard, as …

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What’s Next For Jaromir Jagr

  The ageless wonder has just finished his twenty-second  NHL season, and has done a lot in almost a quarter of a century. He’s securing a staggering 749 goals, 1,119 assists and a total of 1,868 points, where’s he’s currently active in third place for most points in a career. …

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NHL Failing To Protect Its Reputation

The NHL hasn’t been all that fair in the past week with their judgements of on ice actions, and is very deserving of heavy criticism. Gary Bettman and others haven’t been so consistent with their suspensions and consequences during the first week of the 2015-16′ Stanley Cup Playoffs, and are …

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The New Islanders Goal Horn

There isn’t much that needs to be said.  Just press play and be prepared, for a Dumb And Dumber quality of sound.  This is the new horn that the Islanders have decided to go with in their new stadium.  Man… This is depressing.

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How is Hockey Not Bigger!?

How is Today’s Hockey not a bigger sport in the United States.  Given that I personally have only started following the sport in the last year, I’m still shocked to find that it isn’t a much larger sport.  It falls behind Football (NFL), Baseball (MLB), College Football (NCAA), Auto Racing …

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