Hockey Hall of Fame

John Davidson of the Columbus Blue Jackets

Opinion: Missing John Davidson as an NHL Analyst

I have always looked up to and admired current Columbus Blue Jackets President, Hockey Operations/Alternate Governor John Davidson. This has been the case ever since I was a young boy. I grew up watching him as a broadcaster with the New York Rangers as well as several national networks. I loved how much he knew […]

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Rangers Adam Fox Reminding Many of Brian Leetch

Former New York Rangers great Brian Leetch was one of the greatest defensemen in NHL history. He is eighth all-time in points (1,028) and is one of seven to accumulate more than 1,000 points in his career (247 goals and 781 assists). Leetch, a Hockey Hall of Famer, is also one of only six blueliners […]

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Opinion: Mike Richter and The Hockey Hall of Fame

With the 2023 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductions now behind us, I wanted to take this time to take a look at a goaltender who I think will continue to get passed by. That goaltender is former New York Ranger great Mike Richter. Richter, a Rangers’ lifer who has been eligible for the Hall of […]

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An Email Interview with Hockey Author Kevin Shea

Growing up, I was fascinated with hockey books. I loved reading about players, coaches, teams, and anything else associated with our favorite sport. I am happy to say that my love for all things hockey prose lives on to this day. This is why I am proud to present an email interview I conducted with […]

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Hitting the Mark: Recchi to be Inducted Into Flyers Hall of Fame

The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Thursday, September 14th, that Mark Recchi will be inducted into the Flyers Hall of Fame on Saturday, January 27th. The pregame ceremony will occur at Wells Fargo Center when the Philadelphia Flyers host the Boston Bruins. Recchi will be the 28th member of the Flyers Hall of Fame and the […]

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Opinion: Colleen Howe Deserves to Be in the Hockey Hall of Fame

When it comes to our sport, everyone knows who Mr. Hockey is. The name Gordie Howe is synonymous with hockey as he dedicated his entire life to it, set many scoring records, and played the game right way. He was also perhaps the game’s greatest ambassador. What many people do not know is that his […]

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Opinion: The Need for a Hall of Fans at the Hockey Hall of Fame

As everyone already knows, hockey players, management, writers, and broadcasters are all an integral part of hockey. The kind of people mentioned above are the keepers of the flame when it comes to our game. They help push the sport forward, put the game in a positive light, and do all they can to show […]

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Legendary Buffalo Sabres Broadcaster Rick Jeanneret Passes Away at 81

Rick Jeanneret, the legendary play-by-play broadcaster of the Buffalo Sabres for over 50 years, died Thursday night, as announced by the Sabres. He was 81. Jeanneret, known for his enthusiastic and powerful goal calls, was a fixture in Buffalo Sabres highlights for over five decades. Jeanneret started with the Sabres in their second season in […]

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Bargain Bin: Leafs, Bruins, Flames, Hockey Hall of Fame

One of the best things when it comes to rumors and news in the NHL is the fact that it is always so unpredictable and catches you by surprise. Let’s dive into today’s edition of Bargain Bin on Thursday, June 22nd. Toronto Maple Leafs It is no secret that the Toronto Maple Leafs have a […]

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Seven Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

We officially have our 2023 Hockey Hall of Fame class! Tom Barrasso Career stats-369 wins, 277 losses, 3.24 GAA, .892 SV% Career Achievements- Won both the Calder and Vezina trophies in his rookie year in 1984, made the first All-Star team in 1984, Won the William Jennings Trophy for being the goalie of the team […]

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