Month: October 2021

Marc Crawford Chicago Blackhawks

Opinion: Time To Fire Colliton and Give The Keys To Marc Crawford

Everyone watching the Chicago Blackhawks this season can see it time for a change behind the bench. Jermey Colliton is a bum. Since becoming the Blackhawks head coach, the Blackhawks have ranked 31st, 31st, and 30th in shots against. Chicago was a little better in the goals against department, finishing 24th, 21st, and 24th. Maybe […]

Read More
Buffalo Sabres

The Buffalo Sabres aren’t that bad so far

Considered by many to be the worst team in the NHL, the Buffalo Sabres have surprised a lot of people this season. If Hades were a hockey rink, it would have been at the KeyBank Center last season. Anything that could have possibly gone wrong for the Buffalo Sabres did, and in a big way. […]

Read More
Steve Montador

Steve Montador’s Father Headed Back to Court Against the NHL

According to Rick Westhead of TSN, Paul Montador is headed back to court on behalf of his son and former NHLer Steve Montador. This isn’t Paul’s first battle with the NHL over the possible impact the NHL had in his son’s early death from brain injuries. The Back Story On February 15, 2015, Steve Montador […]

Read More
Seattle Kraken Stadium

Five of 32 NHL Teams Still Have Perfect Attendance

The first “month” of the NHL season is coming to a close, and sellouts in NHL stadiums are hard to come by. According to the ESPN NHL Attendance Report, only five teams have managed to sell out their home games and have the fans attend those games. This isn’t all surprising based on numerous factors, […]

Read More
Andrew Brunette Behind The Bench

Who is the Florida Panthers New Interim Head Coach – Andrew Brunette

In the wake of the Chicago Blackhawks investigation into the Kyle Beach situation, Joel Quenneville has resigned from his position with the Florida Panthers, and Andrew Brunette has been named the interim head coach. That decision has led many to ask, who is Andrew Brunette? Playing Career Brunette grew up in a small town in […]

Read More

John Doe Steps Forward

The day after the Blackhawks investigation report was released to the public, everyone started searching for clues as to who the player involved was. In an interview with Rick Westhead on TSN this afternoon, John Doe finally stepped out from behind the veil, Kyle Beach. Beach was drafted 11th overall by the Blackhawks in 2008 […]

Read More

Blackhawks Bombshells

When this investigation began in May, the hockey world was still in such disbelief that this could happen within the hockey community. Today we have some clarification on what took place in 2010. Reid Schar of Jenner & Block lead, designed and executed the investigation into the alleged assault by Brad Aldrich. 139 witnesses were […]

Read More
Chicago Blackhawks and Brad Aldrich

Blackhawks Announce Results of Investigation: Full Report

The Chicago Blackhawks have announced the findings of their investigation into the allegations and coverup of the 2010 incident involving Brad Aldrich. Below you can find the full report as released by the team moments ago. Our coverage on this matter will continue throughout the day.

Read More

Week 2 Fantasy Wrap-up & Waiver Wire

Week 2 of Fantasy Hockey has finally wrapped up, Covid has ravaged the league, and we are still not surprised by the top scorers so far this season. This week, however, we have something special in-store. Waiver wire suggestions! Connor McDavid – Edmonton Oilers To no shock at all, McDavid tops the charts once again. […]

Read More
Jeremy Colliton Behind The Bench

Chicago Blackhawks Off to Abysmal Start

The Chicago Blackhawks took a somewhat surprising approach to their rebuild this offseason when they acquired big-name players like Seth Jones and Marc Andre Fluery. From listening to the fans around the Twittersphere and from talking to league experts, it was a moment where they felt the team was rushing to be competitive because they […]

Read More