An East Coast American's lethal obsession with Canada's West Coast hockey team.
If ever there was a player in the past few years who earned himself a raise, it's Alexander Burrows.
In our final installment chatting with the Tampa Bay bloggers, we learn that oberging is a real thing and, suddenly, our lives feel more complete.
By 2:00 PM PST at the latest we'll know (god willing) if Doan's heart is truly set on finishing out his career with the only franchise he's ever known or if Mike Gillis' patient shopping for a top six forward has finally paid off.
A high-risk / high-reward option offensive D man sounds like a decent signing to me, especially considering some OHL blogs mentioned nabbing him could be a steal.
We pummel the good folks at Raw Charge with a few more questions today, but they didn't take the bait on mocking B.J. Crombeen. Don't say we didn't try.
A brief round up of news on Roberto Luongo, Alex Edler, Alex Burrows and some chump named Mats Sun...er Shane Doan.
Let's talk mutual hate for Boston, mutual admiration for Salo and mutual sadness for Ohlund with the fine people in Tampa Bay.
We need someone to join Cheech, Bromley and Ridley in the final four. So who you got: the Moose or Johnny Canuck?
Hey there good looking. Welcome to the first step in what will be a gradual evolution of Nucks Misconduct.
This week's mask street fight brings us 'skin & bones' (who made it rain pain down on Jason Labarbera) against the Ginger Jesus (who dusted off poor Bobby Essensa with ease).
We enter the conference semifinals with a good mix of goalies throughout the ages, from some of the classics (Garrett, Bromley, Ridley) to Vancouver's two current goal stopping machines.
Just a reminder that the first round in our summer project comes to a close this coming Monday, so if you haven't voted in each round for your favorite, stop slacking punk.
The first round ends with a clash of the titans with Vancouver netminders Roberto Luongo and Kirk McLean. I'm sure this won't be divisive at all.
Today's contest brings us a battle between the stick-in-rink versus the Yeti. By the way that sentence has never been written in the history of the internet. You're welcome.
Four more first round match-ups await your vote, starting with another back-up bash between the Sandman and the Psycho. Two may enter, but only one may leave.
Both netminders started with Vancouver as back-ups only to play well enough to demand the starting role and became fan favorites in the process. But who has the better mask?
"It’s not happening," Overhardt said Thursday. "He’s [Kesler] not ahead of schedule and there’s no rushing him back. He’s on course to return in December and he’s not returning until he’s 100 per cent. Don’t expect him until December."Via the Province.
Mallet will bring good pair of fists and the ever sexy yet almost undefinable "power forward" label.
It really helps if you like skulls for our next round of best Vancouver goalie masks. It's Jason LaBarbera vs. Gary Bromley and, yes, you should be headbanging right now.
With John Garrett and Dunc Wilson still battling, we'll move on to our next first round match-up of forgettable back-ups with unique masks: Alfie Michaud and Peter Skudra. Vote your soul away.
Which Canucks goalie has had the best mask design in franchise history? We've narrowed the list down to the top 16 and your votes will determine the winner. First up is a battle between old timers John Garrett and Dunc Wilson.
Jannik Hansen of the Vancouver Canucks and Denmark was suspended for one game after he "was actively involved in attacking Norwegian players Ole-Kristian Tollefsen, Martin Røymark and Mats Rosseli Olsen in a scrum."via Puck Daddy.
Prompted by the news of Cory Schneider's new lid and the discussion we had in the thread and again on Twitter, it felt natural to try and rank the best Vancouver goalie masks of all time. You ready to help us?
Heading into the weekend we have more Schneider news, a look at Weber's contract and the Backstreet Boys return to infuriate every breathing hockey fan. Even the dead may be annoyed at them.
Most NHLer's who elect for arbitration tend to settle before their actual funday in Toronto arrives. Dale Weise is no different.
This Saturday will be the 15 year anniversary of the Mark Messier signing. I'm simply sharing that to (1) make you feel old and (2) hate me. Did you not read the post title?
With the Nash domino finally slammed down on the table, how long will it be before Doan or Semin find a resolution of their own?