In honor of the St. Patrick’s Day holiday on Saturday, the Erie Otters of the Ontario Hockey League have dyed the ice in their home rink a greenish hue. Gorblimey.
Allegedly doing his thing is perhaps a more appropriate — and fair — way of putting it.
Well, that’s something you don’t see every day.
While the entire nation was likely disappointed that they were playing in the Bronze Medal game at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships in Calgary, Canadians were treated to a brilliant perform
There really isn’t much to add other than to mention that the fellows singing “12 Days of Christmas” in the above video are members of the Milwaukee Admirals and that they shouldn&#
Otherwise, the fact that the Sheffield Steelers, an English hockey team playing in something called the Elite Ice Hockey League, meticulously — okay maybe not meticulously but they do a pretty
Given the free agent isn’t now under contract with any NBA team, The American Hockey League’s Syracuse Crunch, the minor-league affiliate of the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, thought it woul
No matter whether the newest novelty jerseys for the Florida Everblades cause your mind to turn to the trippy YouTube video for “Octopus’s Garden” by The Beatles, “Under the S
Crikey, that wasn’t very good. Leave to the kids from the Land Down Under. Things just haven’t been the same down there since Michael Hutchence died.
(photo courtesy of Regina Leader-Post)
GAH! My rods and cones are all screwed up! Actually, the ice is really a pinkish hue, and it will be the surface which the Regina Pats and the Edmonton Ice Kings
Some variation of “Star Wars Night” is a time-tested staple all the way back to a long time ago and even in galaxies far, far away among the minor league sports league set, but the Chewba
Including Steve Bartman. But it’s not like will be showing up anyway. That guy is harder to find than a Mafia snitch in the witness relocation program.
Holy crap, did I just see open-handed slaps during what can barely be referred to as a hockey fight? These two “combatants” from the Russian KHL (Kontinental Hockey League) set back the g
Wait, what? (a phrase which, when used without the comma between the two words, has now been copyrighted by Norm MacDonald)
No, I don’t have any idea what is going on either, so allow the estim