Brodeur's Melt Down?

Game seven is coming and without a doubt Brodeur has been amazing all season and all through the playoffs. But His game 6 loss might lead to his break down in this playoff series.

According to reports from ESPN Brodeur learned after game 5 that his wife had filed Divorce papers. He was not aware they were filed.

Red Wings' prospect in coma after major surgery

Igor Grigorenko, the Detroit Red Wings’ top prospect, is battling for his life in a hospital in his hometown of Togliatti.

A Real-Life Hockey-Related Article!

So – I’m listening to a local (KKFN – 950 The Fan) “sports talk” program on my way to work, and I hear this waste of DNA, who I’m constantly sparring with by e-mail, saying that the single most important person in any “team” sport is the driver in NASCAR.

Report: Red Wings offer Fedorov $40 million US

DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings have offered Sergei Fedorov a four-year, $40-million US contract, an NHL source told the Detroit Free Press.

Lindros' Rhapsody in Blue to Change?

Sunday’s New York Post reports that New York Rangers GM Glen Sather is unhappy with one of his prized acquisitions, and wants to re-negotiate the player’s contract.

How to Increase Scoring

I read an article in USA Hockey today written by a goalie coach on how to increase scoring and hamper goaltending efforts most effectively w/o causing mass chaos at the start of the new policies. He disagreed w/ making pads smaller b/c of protection issues (he has a point that shots are a hell of a lot harder now), and also b/c goalies would be used to having big pads, and it would throw them off too much, and he also disagreed w/ making the nets wider b/c it would throw off all sorts of instincts of players and goalies both and just cause a mess (for very little gain…six inches on the side of the net isn’t going to do much).

Gainey Won't Be With Stars Next Season…May Open Door For Other Organizations

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Bob Gainey is exploring options both in and out of hockey, as his days with Dallas Stars are drawing to a near close…

Uncle Walt Reaches Out From The Cryogenic Beyond…

A long-standing rumor has been confirmed by documentation found by “thesmokingbong.com”.

Lots of talk but very little action

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Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland says there’s nothing to report when it comes to contract talks involving the team’s free agents, except that there’s a lot of talking.

Kenny Jonsson may not return to NHL next season.

May 15, 2003 — Kenny Jonsson, a restricted free agent, is considering not returning to the NHL next season, The Post has learned. It’s a loss that would be a significant blow to the Islanders’ defense, on which Jonsson is a top-four workhorse who averaged 23:14 a game last year.

Turgeon bought out

It appears forward Pierre Turgeon will not be back with the Dallas Stars next season.

Bure Done…. Going to Russia.

Rumors had it that Pavel Bure Is done. He will retire due to 5 knee surgeries. The report comes from a very good friend of Bure. It doesn’t sound so backed up … but if his friend is right. Which most likely is … then Bure is done. No MORE RUSSIAN ROCKET.

Edmonton Oilers 2003/2004

Edmonton Oilers G.M. Kevin Lowe was interviewed on an Edmonton radio station today, and he made several comments regarding some Oilers prospects and the MacT situation.

Sharks dig back in past for new GM

San Jose Sharks President and Chief Executive Officer Greg Jamison has named Doug Wilson executive vice president and general manager, concluding the team’s search for a new leader for the hockey department.

Wilson, 45, was the original Sharks captain and has served the past five seasons as San Jose’s director of pro development, helping to recruit and sign players such as Gary Suter, Kyle McLaren, Vincent Damphousse, Mike Vernon and Teemu Selanne.

Wilson has also been active in nurturing San Jose’s young talent by running special offseason camps and working hands-on with prospects such as Brad Stuart, Scott Hannan and Jim Fahey.

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Experts Rumor Update:(For Coyotes) Boucher To Be Traded…

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The Phoenix Coyotes have basically solidfied they’re goaltending with Zack Bierk and Sean Burke.

Now its just Brian Boucher waiting for the word out….

WOWBaseball: Mid-Season Fantasy Baseball

Yeah I know this is a hockey site but I may as well use HTR to help promote WOWbaseball,

For everyone that missed out on the Yahoo Full Season Fantasy Baseball here is your chance !

I have set up a new mid-season league,

The URL is: http://baseball.fantasysports.yahoo.com/b1/reg?page=registerteam

League name: WOWbaseball

League ID#: 274568

Password: password

Major Shakeup Between The Posts?

Colorado, St.Louis, Philly, Tampa, Vancouver, Detroit, Calgary. What do all these teams have in common? There not 100% sure about their goaltending.

Ducks V.S. Wild= End Of Hockey???… I Think NOT*, More Like = Inspiration!..

While others will turn off their TVs in favour of warmer weather, I plan on watching 2 teams who have fought, battled, and crawled with everything they had to be where they are now….

Shhh! The Government Is Listening

That’s right – I’m baaaaaacccckkkk…….just like your “rash” down there, I keep returning.

First off, having just watched the Canucks / Wild game, I have to ask – I’ve misplaced my translation dictionary – does “Cloutier” mean “sieve” in French?

Dryden to be demoted? Shvela retired…again?

Spotsnet.ca is reporting on their website that current President Ken Dryden has been considered “superflerous” by the new Leaf upper management and could be either reassigned to a lesser position, or released altogether. The article states that the new incoming board of directors will likely keep Quinn in his dual role of coach/GM, and seeing as quinn never reported to Dryden, but rather to the board, Dryden’s position will be eliminated.