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The Dirtiest Hits in NHL History

March 13th, 2010
Hockey has always been an incredibly violent game. A bunch of guys flying around on ice with knives attached to their feet. Something bad is bound to happen. This article lists eight of the most gruesome or heinous hits in the history of the NHL. At the end of this article, ...

From Kovalchuk to Corvo, a Full Rundown of the Major NHL Trades

March 6th, 2010
The NHL trade deadline has come and gone. More players and picks were dealt this season than any other. There were some big moves and some small moves. There were some winners (Devils, Maple Leafs) and some losers (Flames). However, the sheer amount of moves is what made this trade season ...

An Open Letter to the Buffalo Sabres: Keep the Pirates in Portland

February 26th, 2010
Dear Buffalo Sabres and Portland Pirates executives, There are a lot of rumors flying around about the potential that the Portland Pirates are leaving Maine and heading to Albany, New York. There are a few reasons why the Pirates should stay in Portland:   1. Maine breathes hockey Portland has had a team since 1977, ...

Why Trading Tim Thomas Could Benefit Boston Bruins More Than Hurt

February 12th, 2010
The Tim Thomas story is a good one. A guy who can't find work in the NHL until multiple injuries to other goaltenders give him a chance goes on to win the Vezina Trophy. However, there's a reason to believe Thomas' days in Boston are numbered. Tim Thomas is 35 years old, ...

The Ten Most Memorable Boston Bruins Moments of the 2000’s

January 1st, 2010
The 2000s (I refuse to call the previous decade "The Aughts") were filled with many ups and downs for the Boston Bruins. It began with the Bruins trading beloved captain Ray Bourque to the Colorado Avalanche, and ended with the Bruins winning a ton of awards in Las Vegas, including the ...