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Tag Archives: NHL
The NHL has a great opportunity to embrace its history and showcase it to a new generation by naming its divisions after the league’s historical figures. And here are my choices. Continue reading
Fans will come flocking back to the NHL because the league is more than just a collection of teams — it’s a community and shared frame of reference. Today I was reminded how NHL fandom is a community that lets us feel at home no matter where we are. Continue reading
How should fans react to the end of the NHL lockout? Ease up on the hyperbolic, “I’m never coming back” statements and remember the NHL is just a business. Sadly, now you should treat it as such. Continue reading
Despite what advertisers and those considering Canada’s WJC performance will have you believe, hockey in Canada is doing just fine. You just need to stop believing the hype. Continue reading
Sidney Crosby’s proposed 12-year deal not only shows his commitment to winning, but his understanding of how to win in a team sport. And, for once, Penguins’ fans — and fans of the game as a whole — can consider themselves a member of the winning team in light of this potentially ground-breaking (and union-shaking) contract. Continue reading