I’m uninspired today, so here are your links:
You haven’t started reading this article, but you’re probably already shaking your head at the title. I assure you that yesterday’s transactions haven’t completely warped my mind and sent me off the deep end.
Today I’m looking back—because this day represents a wonderful memory for those of us who have been around long enough to personally recall a cherished moment in Maple Leaf lore: the night the blue and white last won the Stanley Cup.
Travis Dermott will be wearing a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey before his entry-level contract expires, and it looks like he'll get his first look in the Fall.
Plus other developments with USA Hockey, the start of NWHL free agency, a new team in Hockey East, and hockey around the world.
Term, dollars, structure — it’s exactly the kind of compromise deal that pleases no one, but everyone can say they’re happy with.
I won’t say ‘definitely’, but probably. Here’s why.
His new look attracted the cameras too.
A debate on the marquee free agent of 2017.
Jeremy Jacobs said a condescending rich person thing about an international competition that could grow the game because of course he did
The Preds pulled out a huge win last night. Here’s a look at how they did it.
Lottery, Kovy, Cap Space and Kids. The stars have aligned and the light at the end of the rebuild is officially visible.
Charges resulted from nightclub altercation last June
Q: Do you think we’ll see a time when the NHL begins to take player safety more seriously?
A: elseldo - The NHLPA should be looking out for all players safety, but they’d rather go to bat for people like Raffi Torres, Matt Cooke and Dennis Wideman than for the people those players hurt. If the players don’t want to push their union to increase their safety in the workplace, then fuck it, I don’t give a shit about their health anymore.
Enjoy your day.