I haven’t followed the Boston Bruins much since they got rid of my boy Joe Thornton, but I know they acquired Zdeno Chara and subsequently signed him to a free agent deal.
We all know how the Stanley Cup goes to each player of the Cup-winning team for a day. Well, the Ducks won it, and low-and-behold, it appeared on the front page of the LA Times on Thursday.
File this close to the NFL heading to London section. Only difference, at least they play hockey in Europe — just not London.
Why not, they could use the offensive production, right? Those filthy devils at fark were at it again, directing me to this headline (which has since been changed).
Here’s something I just can’t get down with — the NHL expanding.
The NHL may be begging for publicity, but at least they have limits when it comes to whom they let cover the sport.
The commish joined Mike and the Mad Dog as a guest on WFAN on Monday and took quite the beating.
For the second time in a matter of days, I was asked by someone with whom I was watching the Ducks/Red Wings series, “what’s that on the ice?” At that point it hit me — many pe