CBS might not be getting a major NHL contract anytime soon. The massive network attempted to provide a tiny dose of hockey content, something that they are very unfamiliar with and completely blew it.
Trolling has taken on a whole new meaning over the last couple of years and in many ways 2014 was the Year of the Troll.
It’s only December but there have been about a handful of spectacular goals in the NHL so far this season, any of which could be worth of ‘Goal of the Year’ honors in 2014-2015.
We’ve all seen dozens of videos of service members surprising loved ones but they never get old.
The NHL’s YouTube account uploaded the video you see above this week and it features some players from around the league revealing which movies have the ability to make them shed a tear or two.
The Washington Capitals see the Blackhawks one and raise them at least a billion.
Canadian hockey legend Pat Quinn, the man who did just about everything there is to do in the game of hockey, passed away on Sunday at 71-years-old. He played, coached and served as a general manager and front office executive in the NHL for nearly 35 years. Quinn also led his country to the 2002
The Minnesota Wild were having difficultly finding offense during their 4-game losing streak, but that quickly changed with their return to St. Paul on Thursday night. They managed to find the net four times in the opening period but also yielded two goals to the Sabres, including a wild 17 second blitz in that first
While some professional athletes spend 10-plus seasons of their careers with one organization, that type of stability is extremely rare and most guys are forced to pack up their belongings multiple times throughout a three, five or ten year career. As the seemingly never-ending game of transactional chess carries on every year, there are hundreds of players
The Edmonton Oilers aren’t the most fundamentally sound team in the league, nor are they the most defensively fluid group, evident by this handful of depressing highlights. Their odd 2014-15 season took another interesting turn on Wednesday night during a 3-2 home win over the Capitals, during which they produced a bizarre possession. Watch the blooper-filled power
The 2014 NHL season is now underway and what better way to celebrate hockey’s return than by celebrating the lovely women who are attached to hockey’s stars. Whether it be models, actresses or everything in between, the NHL’s WAGs have got you covered from the Anaheim Ducks to the Winnipeg Jets. So, without further ado,
Apparently hockey fan Kevin Schroeder is well-known for his prowess at Columbus Blue Jackets games and for good reason. The hefty superfan goes ballistic to “Turn Down for What”, proceeds to strip, shake his belly like non one’s business and throw down two beers. [The Big Lead]