What’s to come for the future of the Dashers? Find out from their newly-appointed General Manager Diane Short. Continue reading State of the Federal (Address): The First Lady of Federal Hockey
One man fights for the pride and growth of the craziest hockey league in the USA. Continue reading State of the Federal (Address): On Brand with Scott Brand
I said this on Twitter last night, and I’ll say it again right now, and I promise you it is not meant to take away from what Vegas has done this year: Almost every NHL GM should be embarrassed by what Vegas was able to do this season. Continue reading Most NHL GMs should be embarrassed and ashamed by the Golden Knights’ success
It’s finally here! After way too many games with way too few Olympic breaks, the NHL postseason is upon us! And what a post-season it’s shaping up to be. We have 15 teams all of which are hoping to at least look like they have some dignity before Nashville just trucks over them (spoiler alert). But let’s stop wasting time and get right into it! … Continue reading 2018 NHL Playoff Preview: Round One
Man, a real shame. It’s a bit old at this point, but the Quad City Mallards – a team that jumped around a few leagues before finding “stability” in the ECHL – folded earlier this season. Making the jump from the fringe International Hockey League, to the Central Hockey League – that I still forget lasted until the year I graduated High School – that contains … Continue reading The Imminent Battle for the Quad Cities
Other sports really don’t have this, but what if they did, what would be the NBA, MLB, or NFL version of having Scott Foster come in, in those respective sports? Continue reading What is the Scott Foster equivalent in other sports?
What has five games, eight players, and is the newest team in the FHL? Continue reading STATE OF THE FEDERAL: Here Come The (Northern) Feds!
A collection and description of each NHL team’s worst contract. Part 1 of 3. Continue reading Every NHL Team’s Worst Contract Entering 2017/18 Part 1
On Saturday the Boston Globe reported that USA Hockey is no longer allowing teams in 14-and-under leagues to simply dump the puck the length of the ice on penalty kills.
Instead, players on the penalty kill will now be required to clear the center red line before dumping the puck. Continue reading USA Hockey eliminates icing the puck on penalty kills for 14-and-under players
We are through one night of the NHL Playoffs, and right from first puck drop, what were we treated to? Grandeur displays of pride for a country’s pastime. Montreal, Ottawa and Edmonton all had phenomenal celebrations of appreciation and excitement for the greatest game on Earth. So what? Everyone knows Canada loves hockey. That’s…kind of the joke. Why does it matter that we see their … Continue reading Why Canadian Teams in the NHL Playoffs is good for American Hockey, eh?