If you were waiting for a well-known player to start questioning the tactics of the NHLPA, then Roman Hamrlik is probably your new hero.
Geoff Molson, owner of the Montreal Canadiens, said he “believes we’ll get back to playing” and he’s looking forward to that day.
Never shy about sharing his opinion, Sabres goalie Ryan Miller said he’s on board with the players’ union going the decertification route. In this instance, as a fan of hockey, you’ll be fully supportive of the netminder’s take.
Bruins’ prospect Matt Grzelcyk is second among all Hockey East freshmen in points. The defenseman from Charlestown, Mass., has 1-9-10 totals through 10 games.
After putting an end to their three-game skid on Tuesday night, the Monarchs will host the Worcester Sharks tonight at 7 o’clock. The two teams split their first two matchups, the last of which saw the Sharks earn a 1-0 victory in the shootout on Nov. 4. Captain John McCarthy (Andover, Mass.) had the winning strike for Worcester.
Happy 77th birthday to former Bruins goaltender Eddie Johnston. The Montreal native’s 180 victories with the B’s rank fifth on the club’s all-time list. Johnston, a Bruin from 1962-73, was part of the ’70 and ’72 championship squads. His best NHL season came in 1970-71 when he went 30-6-2 for Boston.
Today on NEHJ
We’ll have a jam-packed afternoon of college content, featuring our latest Atlantic Hockey, ECAC and Hockey East Journals, as well as our latest college hockey power rankings.
The Patriots absolutely spanked the Jets last night with a 49-19 victory. Watching Mark Sanchez get laid out in a collision with his own lineman’s ass will never get old.