Opening Faceoff: Thursday, Dec. 27
Josh Gorges is a lot cooler than the ridiculous face he's making above may lead you to believe. (Getty Images)
Why haven’t more NHL fans canceled their season tickets? Greg Wyshynski shares his theory.
I know you’ve heard it dozens of times, but here’s a reminder of the impact the lockout has on the businesses – and their employees – that surround TD Garden, courtesy of the Boston Globe.
Canadiens d-man Josh Gorges invited all of his Twitter followers to come play in an outdoor game with him at a rink up in Montreal. How awesome is that?
Due to inclement weather, tonight’s game between the Pirates and P-Bruins in Portland has been postponed. The tilt will now take place Jan. 2.
The Whale and Sound Tigers will conclude a home-and-home series tonight down in Hartford at the XL Center. Bridgeport took care of business in their barn last night, thumping Connecticut by a score of 5-2. David Ullstrom had a goal and three assists for Bridgeport.
On this day in 1992, the Rangers scored four goals in the third period and rookie Alexei Kovalev notched his first career hat trick, leading New York to a 6-5 victory over the visiting Bruins. Mike Gartner also had a pair of goals for the Blueshirts. Steve Heinze had a pair of tallies for the B’s. Andy Moog allowed all six goals in 36 shots.
Last week, Tim Tebow watched as the QB below him on the depth chart got the start in place of the mind-numbingly awful Mark Sanchez. Now, with third-stringer Greg McElroy hurt, Jets coach Rex Ryan is turning back to Sanchez – essentially shoving a pair of middle fingers right in Tebow’s face. It’s a shame one of the most comically disastrous seasons in NFL history will be coming to a close soon.