The NHL is gifting us plenty of great highlights for the holiday season, and this week had its fair share of impressive plays. We’ve compiled what we believe to be the Top 5, and it’s up to you to vote on which you think is the best.
A few days ago, we posted an amazing Vine of a tiny Flyers fan who made it adorably clear to his dad that he was Philly forward Jakub Vorachek, not “bud.” On Thursday night, that youngster was in attendance to watch the Flyers take on the Florida Panthers at the Wells Fargo Center. He brought
The Los Angeles Kings came back from an early 3-0 deficit to beat the Blues 6-4 in Los Angeles on Thursday night. The Kings’ final goal came off the stick off Dwight King on a third period power play, and it was scored from center ice.
Flyers captain Claude Giroux continues to find ways to be one of the most creative trolls in the NHL. Just a few days after wiping his boogers on the back of a linesman, Giroux spent Thursday night messing with opponents by biting their jersey for some odd reason. Giroux playfully took a mouthful of Florida
Columbus Blue Jackets forward Corey Tropp had a rough night at the office on Thursday night thanks to a third period slap shot that ended up catching him square in the face.
Speaking from experience, little kids who grow up as sports fans often like to play games imagining themselves as their athlete idols.
Boogers have always held a special place in the unique world of sports.
After firing their head coach, Dallas Eakins, last week, a lot of people said that things could only go up for the Edmonton Oilers. A lot of people were wrong. The Oil lost another game in highly depressing fashion on Tuesday night against the Arizona Coyotes, letting up a head-scratcher in the final seconds of
I can’t say for sure whether that’s Claude Giroux wiping his nasty boogies on the shirt of a referee during the first period of Tuesday’s Flyers-Lightning game, but it sure does look like it.
Brett Sutter made his Minnesota Wild debut and immediately brought the hammer on Chicago.
The NHL has been plagued by several cases of the mumps this winter, and the outbreak doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.
Both Jimmy Howard and Petr Mrazek, goaltenders for the Detroit Red Wings, have decided to get into the holiday spirit by commissioning new goalie masks that they’ll use for the next few weeks.