Associated Press reports:
Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis grabbed a fan by the neck and threw him to the ground after being taunted throughout the game during the team’s home loss to Philadelphia on Sunday.
It appears as the Senators aren’t the only team interested in Peter Bondra. It was believed 48 hours ago that the Sens were extremely close to acquiring the former 30-goal scorer, but two teams have jumped into the race…
This may sound impossible, but there is actual speculation that the defending Stanley Cup champions may move in the near future.
Interesting article in today’s New York Times about the Ranger fans towards their team in the Sather era (error).
Or will the Flyers be forced to rely on their future goaltender in Robert Eshe? Or even worse the OVERRATED Jeff Hackett? Lets face it, the Flyers need a goalie as bad as the Eagles need a Wide Receiver.
Well hockey fans time to pull the ratings away from the Super Bowl in February (who likes football really?) with the 20….04 NHL All-Star game. It’s a time when most hockey fans are happy. Usually cause their ‘model’ hockey player is going to show his madskillz. Or disgusted with their favorite teams record. Elated or not there a still some bones to pick with this years break.
At the end of every NHL there’s always both the good and the bad. The conclusion to a good run in the playoffs. The definitive Stanley Cup Champions decided (hopefully a team of your liking). And of the course the news of all the players coming and going.
The NHL released the 2004 NHL YoungStars Rosters today for the East and the West, each team consisting of 11 players.
It’s a face off, who will win this one between me and Spector? Find out…
The Capitals plan to trim their $50 million payroll by $24 million, and they took the first step toward achieving their goal yesterday. They traded a way super star Jaromir Jagr to the New York Rangers for ex-Oiler Anson Carter. This move is the first of many moves the Caps will be involved in. Bondra, Lang, and Gonchar are said to be on the market.