NHL Hat Trick: We Are Going Streaking and the Game of the Week

November 22nd, 2010 by Matt Sitkoff Leave a reply »
This week we said goodbye to hockey legend Pat Burns, who succumbed to cancer at the age of 58.

The three-time NHL coach of the year and Stanley Cup winner with the Devils in 2003 touched the lives of many owners, coaches, and players.

He will be missed by everyone, and a special hats off in this week’s Pucking Awesome Hat Trick for Coach Burns.



The mess on Long Island has gone from bad to worse.

Last week we had the inaugural NHL firing as Scott Gordon was sent packing and Jack Capuano was named interim head coach. But that did not stop the bleeding, as the Islanders kept losing.  The losing streak has gotten to 12 in a row now and even their announcers do not want to watch them play.

So if the guy paid to watch don't want to, how can Charles Wang expect fans to want to pay to see this club? Surprisingly, they have the second worst attendance, averaging 11,058 fans in their seven early home games. They can thank Phoenix and their ownership problems for not having the worst attendance; the Coyotes have averaged 10,265 fans in their eight early games. 

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