NOTE: I originally posted this on May 31, 2013 on my own blog called ELECTROSPORTS but I wanted to share it on here since I don't do much blogging over here anymore. So I hope you all enjoy it.
Original Piece: I wasnít doing this blog when the NHL was in itís lockout, but I was writing for another site called Fantasy Hockey Coach and I pretty much covered the NHL and its eventual lockout at that point and not much else, and in all honesty it was because I felt a little restricted from
Updated 06-08-2013 at 09:28 by Blogger Gesterling
First of all, congratulations to the Halifax Mooseheads on winning their first Memorial Cup. This marks the third consecutive win for the QMJHL, following Shawinigan last year and Saint John in 2011. Also, congratulations must be given to the Portland Winterhawks on a fantastic season and for making the final game of the 2013 Memorial Cup a memorable one.
Note: I am sorry that it has been about 4 months since I have posted, I have been working on other projects and this took the back burner to those. I will try to post more often on here.
There are rumors out there this morning that the NHL is looking into doing 6 outdoor games next season, 2 for the Rangers which would be against the Islanders and Devils in late January, on for the Kings in LA, one in Canada, and one on New Years Day in Detroit, Michigan.
Is this the time to switch up the Memorial Cup tournament format? Currently, the winners from each of the three leagues in the CHL (Quebec, Ontario and Western Leagues) all earn the right to play for junior hockey supremacy. The fourth team invited is the host team. This rotates from league to league on a yearly basis. Usually, the host team loads up on talent via trades to ensure themselves a competitive team for the tournament but lately there has been a disturbing
In this edition of Three (Future) Star Selection, weíll take a look at the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Hockey League.
The Sting have taken a long road to get to where they are today. In fact, the franchise didnít even start out in the OHL but rather was an original franchise of the QMJHL. That version of the team was called the Cornwall Royals and played in the QMJHL from 1969 until 1981 when they changed leagues and started skating in
Updated 03-07-2013 at 01:19 by Assistant Coach Carr