It was the best of days; it was the worst of days. Ok, it was just the worst of days had you been a NY Islanders fan the last 15 years. From ownershi...
Old, new, it's not a battle of two sides anymore. Instead, it's a crowded pool where any fan can glean info, rumor, opinion, humor or just about anything else with a mouse click via the Web or Twitter.
Few people would argue that the NFL is not a tough league anymore because they have attempted to reduce blows to the head. The NHL would also not be any less tough if it passed similar measures.
If public ownership were allowed, owners would be barred from moving teams from small markets where they were profitable - like Green Bay - into larger markets.
No, this isn't the Coen Brothers gem of a movie. This is what has been happening to heads of the NHL's Player Association ever since Bob Goodenow stepped down.
Of all the major sports -- of which I include hockey, though others may disagree, believing it can't be a major sport if its nationally televised game...
Sportsmanship is taking a back seat to health. NBA players and coaches have been asked to greet each other with fist pounds or chest pumps. Handshakes are out. They could spread swine flu.
SUNY Potsdam is a great place to watch hockey. Everyone's cold and pissed off, so all the hatred and bitterness that comes with going to school in the arctic comes out during the games.
Forty years ago, Wayne Maki almost killed Ted Green. This was the first time in the history of professional sports that police issued a complaint against players because of an incident during a game.
When one talks about concussions during sports, football and hockey are the typical talking points. Unfortunately, baseball players aren't immune to suffering head injuries.
Looking back, as a kid growing up in the 80's at the tail end of the Cold War, some of my sharpest and more comedic memories were prompted by the tens...
Move over July 4. Here's how Canada Day was celebrated in New York City.
Former skinhead Frank Meeink, whose life story was used for Edward Norton's character in American History X, shifted his perspective on skates.
The Phoenix Coyotes hockey team should move to southern Ontario and BlackBerry billionaire, Jim Balsillie, and NHL commissioner, Gary Bettman, should both head for the showers.