Amateur Hour: The Story of Brendan Smith
A few nights ago I was watching some NHL highlights. When the Detroit Red Wings were visiting the Anaheim Ducks I saw something I have never seen before. After a scramble around the Detroit net, Derek Grant of the Ducks finally knocked the puck behind Detroits Jimmy Howard. While this was happening Dylan Larkin appeared... Continue Reading →
Kompany39 goes beyond the bright lights of the arena to offer hockey fans and players alike an “under-the-hood” glimpse into the lives, backstory, and mental training of the game's most elite players.
So for all of the hemming and hawing that we've heard over the years the Seattle market let the NHL know that there is a strong desire for hockey in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle fans on March 1, both casual and die hard hit the 10,000 season ticket deposit goal in 12 minutes. Twelve MINUTES!... Continue Reading →
If you’re reading this blog then this probably means that you love the sport of hockey. Whether you’re watching or playing, hockey is not only exciting but also teaches valuable life lessons. I started playing legit hockey in my second bantam year. Before that, I played in a youth hockey league that supplied equipment and... Continue Reading →
Hey everybody I'm back with a look at what grinds my gears. Now to be honest, it's not like I feel like throwing my TV out the window, the degree of grinding isn't really that severe, but these things still really piss me off nonetheless. The Seattle expansion. Yeah I think it's great that they're... Continue Reading →
Last week I wrote a blog about how important the New York Rangers upcoming two game road trip was. Apparently the Rangers didn’t read it because they played like they were on vacation. I could write pages on how infuriating it is to watch this team, but I’ll do my best to keep it to... Continue Reading →
The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), who brought 3-on-3 overtime 10 years prior to the NHL's adoption of 3-on-3, has done it again, folks. National Post The Southern Professional Hockey League will use a “pick your opponent” playoff format, with the first-place team choosing its first-round opponent from the teams that finished from fifth to... Continue Reading →