Tag Archives: NHL

  • Why L.A. Why?

    Why L.A. Why?

    Now why in your right mind would you trade Mike Cammalleri? Hello, Dean Lombardi, I’m talking to you!! Cammalleri, who turned 26 last week, had 19 goals and 28 assists in 63 games last season. His best season was 2006-07, when he had 31 goals and 46 assists in 81 games. Yes, that’s right, Dean […]

  • Total Pro Sports NHL Mock Draft 2008

    Total Pro Sports NHL Mock Draft 2008

    With the NHL draft just around the corner, this is what Total Pro Sports think the first round could look like: 1. Tampa Bay- Steven Stamkos, C, Sarnia Sting (OHL) 5’11″ 178 lbs, 58-47-108 2. Los Angeles- Drew Doughty, D, Guelph Storm (OHL) 5’11″ 213 lbs, 13-37-50 3. Atlanta- Zach Bogosian, Peterborough Petes (OHL) 6’1 […]

  • Who’s taking home the hardware?

    Who’s taking home the hardware?

      Tonight the National Hockey League hosted there annual NHL Awards in Toronto.  Alexander Ovechkin was the big winner on the night, he took home 4 awards “The Art Ross, The Rocket Richard, and the Leaster B. Pearson awards.”  2008 Trophie Winners Hart (Awarded to the player judged best in the NHL)- Alexander Ovechkin Vezina (Presented to the leagues […]

  • Zetterberg and the Wings give doubters something to choke on

    Zetterberg and the Wings give doubters something to choke on

    So the 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs are complete and the last team standing is the Detroit Red Wings. They have successfully defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 4 games to 2 (Sorry Malkin but it is not 1-0 and game two is not tomorrow. Just because you show up in game 6 it doesn’t mean the previous […]

  • Somewhere Don Cherry is crying

    Somewhere Don Cherry is crying

    Congratulations, to the Detroit Red Wings on winning the Stanley cup, and more importantly to Captain Niklas Lidstrom. You have won the Stanley cup and in doing so you have put to rest the old cliché that a European captain will never win one. For all those people who have long believed that a team […]

  • Hockey Night In Canada a Retirement Home?

    Hockey Night In Canada a Retirement Home?

    Now I understand that the maple leafs are the highlight team of CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada, but does that mean that they have to run their broadcasting crew in the same way as the inept leafs have been running their team for so long? And in case you are wondering what i mean by […]

  • Where have you gone Geno Malkin?

    Where have you gone Geno Malkin?

    With the Stanley cup final just about done as Detroit has opened a 3-1 strangle hold on Pittsburgh most people are left wondering what the hell happened to Evgeni Malkin. After watching game four it was evident to me that much of Malkin’s problems stem from the fact that Detroit is simply shutting him down. […]

  • Steven Crosby Who?

    Steven Crosby Who?

    Detroit Red Wings PA Announcer “Budd Lynch” made a little error in Game 1 on Saturday in Detroit. He announced the opening faceoff between Sidney Crosby and Niklas Lidtstrom as “Pitsburgh Penguins Steven Crosby”. I was wathcing it on T.V. and thought there was an error in the name but never thought twice as how […]