Author Archives: Lint07
The nascent WHA was dealt a considerable setback today when the owner of the South East Hockey League’s Jacksonville Barracudas and Orlando Seals, David Waronker, did not transfer his teams to Calgary businessman Max Chambers, who would have put them in the WHA.
What is your take on this one? On August 20 and 21 at the Target Center in Minneapolis there will be a pay per view program involving hockey fighters.
According to TSN Toronto Maple Leafs defence man Ken Klee and Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Knowalchuck have both signed contract extensions.
TSN.ca reports Alex Kovalev wishes to test the free agency market. Montreal fans wanted the Russian sniper back in a Habs uniform and he still might sign but likely, he will move on. Now Bob Gainey has to decide how to build on this surprise team of youth.
Now that the playoffs are over, time to check out who won the HTR/WOW Hockey Pool…
A Toronto Toro?? What in the world is that?
Coming next fall, it could very well be one of the WHA teams challenging to win the Cup with a $15 million payroll.
This week Bobby Hull, the commissioner of the new WHA, announced his plans for
the first 6 teams for the new league.
Most people living in Québec are aware that Martin Brodeur had his own monthly column in a popular newspaper this season. In his last column printed today, there were some very interesting things that I thought I might translate for everyone here to see.
Check out inside to see Brodeur’s opinions and news on the Finals, the Lightning & the Flames, Dave Andreychuk, the Trophies, where he might end up next year, and Pat Burns…
According to CTV Sportsnet, Brian Burke would’ve been offered a new GM job in the NHL.
On Saturday the Lightning put down hopes of flames fans by winning game 6 and forcing game 7.
Sorry to trick you with the title… just needed something that sounded interesting.
Here’s the Colorado Avalanche edition of the ”Who’s going where?” articles…
This off-season could bring many changes in Hab land and according to CKAC some deals are likely to happen…
This is the first of 30 posts on where players are going this summer and, who the team might get to replace them. The first team is Toronto since they could be the team with the most changes this year and, it is my favorite team.
A sad story from the Western Hockey League, as it was announced in various media outlets including the Edmonton Journal and Edmonton Sun the passing of 17 years old Prince George Cougar’s Michael Fogolin. If the name sound familiar he is the son of former Edmonton Oilers captain Lee Fogolin.
Everybody is comparing the Flames to burn-outs of the past. Anaheim, Minnesota… flukes.
Not all sports fans can understand us Philly fans, we are as passionate about our teams as you can get. We demand 110% effort and dedication from our athletes, hard work will never go unappreciated in our eyes. We are simply misunderstood.
This topic could also be associated with the Boston Bruins but I thought the timing relates it closer to the World Cup. Another player is in trouble…
As initially reported by Sportsnet, the Florida Panthers have hired Mike Keenan to be their new GM and Jacques Martin to be the new head coach of the Panthers.
Round 3 is over, time to ckeck out the HTR/WOW Playoff Pool rankings!!