Veteran puck-moving defenseman Jordan Leopold was one of the many names moved before today’s NHL trade deadline, and the 34-year old’s new squad should make his daughter very, very happy.
We haven’t event hit noon on the NHL’s trade deadline day and things are already getting very weird on TSN’s broadcast. First, there was this. Now, there are llamas.
The NHL trade deadline is this afternoon, which means TSN and Sportsnet will be filling their airtime with nonstop coverage of all the moves (or lack thereof) made by the buyers and sellers around the league.
Jonathan Quick has been known to lose his temper time and again. And again. And again.
The ECHL’s Rapid City Rush minor league hockey team will be hosting one of the more creative promotions you will see this week, and the focus is none other than Dr. Seuss.
Now that Tuukka Rask has a new species of wasp named after him, Terminix is not such a big fan of the Bruins goaltender.
The Blackhawks are looking to replace some of the offensive firepower that they’ve lost with Patrick Kane injured and, although they’ve been rumored to be active in the market, they’re currently calling upon Teuvo Teravainen to step up to the plate.
I’ve got to give a lot of credit to Columbus Blue Jackets forward Corey Tropp for his effort on this play. Even though the goal ended up being a disallowed after review, it was still one of the most impressive displays of hand-eye coordination that I’ve seen so far this season.
Here’s a pretty awesome highlight from last night’s Penguins-Capitals game that you may not have noticed in real time. Patric Hörnqvist had his stick knocked out of his hand during a Capitals’ player’s shot on net, sending the lumber sailing through the air.
Bobby Ryan is one of the most deadliest finishers in the NHL but we were reminded last night that even the best have their off days. The Ottawa Senators forward provided one of the season’s funniest blooper reel nominees on a breakaway against the Ducks on Wednesday night.
In case you needed another reminder that Connor McDavid is pretty good at hockey, the 18-year old top prospect made sure to provide it on Wednesday night when his Eerie Otter took on the Guelph Storm.
This week’s Wednesday Night Rivalry matchup between the Penguins and Capitals got off to a fiery start in Washington when players from both teams engaged in a heated brawl along (and inside) the Penguins bench early in the first period.