Months away from Sochi, the Team USA hockey roster for 2014 is the main focus. Entering Vancouver 2010, Team USA only featured three players with previous experience: Chris Drury, Jamie Langenbrunner and Brian Rafalski. This year, the U.S. has 16. Drury and Rafalski, both two-time Silver medalists, have retired, while Langenbrunner (Team USA captain in
Here are some memorable hockey quotes from former NHL players, coaches and general managers, where these brave men went down in hockey history for not pulling the “one game at a time” or “whatever is best for the organization” lines. One road trip we were stuck on the runway for seven hours. The plane kept
“We paid a big price to get [Ilya Kovalchuk] as far as some of the talent we gave up, the money we gave up on our cap.” Athletes are especially reserved with the media, but hockey fans — most notably those hailing from great Garden State — could assume this is what Martin Brodeur really
The 2013 NHL Draft, which was held in Newark, N.J. on Sunday, June 30, was billed as one of the more interesting drafts in recent years given the importance of young, inexpensive talent in an upcoming season in which the salary cap will drop $5.9 million. Since 2009, every team that has won the Cup
Now to address the most braindead NHL trade rumors from the last few weeks. There have been plenty to go around. -Pittsburgh was never going to fire Dan Bylsma or trade Evgeni Malkin. Kris Letang is not going anywhere. The cap is going down next season, but will probably climb back up to around $70
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