Tag Archives: NHL

  • Bacon Stanley Cup Looks Delicious (Pic)

    Bacon Stanley Cup Looks Delicious (Pic)

    You can do a lot of things with 20 pounds of bacon and a good imagination. Bar Brutus knows that, so the Montreal cocktail lounge that specializes in bacon dishes put their imagination and 20 pounds of bacon together to create a Bacon Stanley Cup. Check it out: It looks delicious. Just don’t expect Habs fans […]

  • Jimmy Fallon Drops His Hilarious Superlatives on NHL Players (Video)

    Jimmy Fallon Drops His Hilarious Superlatives on NHL Players (Video)

    We’re knocking on the door of the NHL playoffs, which start in just a week, and while that might be news to many American viewers, Jimmy Fallon and the Tonight Show decided to give them an education on hockey’s elite with his trademark superlatives. And while making fun of hockey players is sort of like […]

  • Dustin Byfuglien Delivers Nasty Crosscheck to J. T. Miller’s Neck (Video)

    Dustin Byfuglien Delivers Nasty Crosscheck to J. T. Miller’s Neck (Video)

    Winnipeg Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien didn’t receive a penalty for this nasty crosscheck to the back of J.T. Miller‘s neck during the New York Rangers’ 3-2 victory over the Jets last night. That angered Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault, who said the cross-check “could have broken (Miller’s) neck.” But he’ll likely be happy to hear […]

  • Red Wings Forward Drew Miller Takes Skate to Face (Video + Pic)

    Red Wings Forward Drew Miller Takes Skate to Face (Video + Pic)

    Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller is an extremely lucky man. That probably sounds strange to you, seeing as how his face was slashed open by a hockey skate on Tuesday night. But when you consider the fact that the skate whacked him right across the right eye, and when you see the grisly photo […]

  • Buffalo Sabres Fans Cheer Team’s OT Loss vs. Coyotes (Video)

    Buffalo Sabres Fans Cheer Team’s OT Loss vs. Coyotes (Video)

    What would cause a fan of a team to cheer against that very team he roots for?  The answer to that question is Connor McDavid, the most highly-touted NHL prospect since Sidney Crosby. In 2012, McDavid was granted Exceptional Player status by Hockey Canada, allowing him to begin his OHL career at the age of […]

  • Jared Boll Uppercut Knocks Clayton Stoner to the Ice (Video)

    Jared Boll Uppercut Knocks Clayton Stoner to the Ice (Video)

    When the rest of the NHL’s enforcers see the power behind this Jared Boll uppercut, which knocked the Anaheim Ducks’ Clayton Stoner on his rear during last night’s game in Columbus, they’ll probably decide that it’s best to steer clear of the Blue Jackets tough-guy during future encounters. Check it out: You don’t see the […]

  • 13 Most Shocking Sports Retirements of All Time

    13 Most Shocking Sports Retirements of All Time

    On Monday night the sports world received word of one of the most shocking sports retirements we’ve seen in a long time. San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland, just 24 years old, announced he was hanging up his cleats for good. What made the announcement so shocking was not just the fact that Borland is young, […]

  • NBC Cameraman Was Searching For Babes And Boobs During Game (Video)

    NBC Cameraman Was Searching For Babes And Boobs During Game (Video)

    Please enable Javascript to watch this video During a break in the action, the NBC camera positioned atop the glass in the time keeper’s box was spotted searching for any woman whose breasts were worth a close-up look, and after surveying the field, it managed to find just that. Unfortunately, those of us who were […]

  • Carey Price Takes Selfie With a Fan During Game vs. Isles (Video)

    Carey Price Takes Selfie With a Fan During Game vs. Isles (Video)

    Over the past couple of season, Carey Price has established himself as one of the NHL’s best goaltenders—if not the best.  And he’s done so with such a calm, cool demeanor. Take Saturday night’s game against the New York Islanders, for example.  The Montreal Canadiens came away with a 3-1 victory, thanks in large part to […]