Tanner Glass

Calgary Flames #15 - Left Wing

  • Born: 11/29/83
  • Age: 38
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 213
  • Seasons: 2007

2013-14 Fight Club: Reliving the top fights of the last ten years


The fists continued to fly in Dan Bylsma’s last season behind the bench along with Ray Shero in the front office.

2013 Fight Club: Reliving the top fights of the last ten years


We run through the lockout shortened 2013 season for the Penguins as the series rolls along.

2011-12 Fight Club: Reliving the top fights of the last ten years


We continue our trip through the last decade with the 2011-12 season in fights for the Penguins

Flames Best #15 Of All Time: Kevin LaVallee


Some players, ala Sandy McCarthy and Tim Jackman, have worn the #15 for longer in Flames history. Some only wore it for a season and are better known for their play AFTER leaving Calgary, aka Brett...

The Penguins biggest turkeys of the last ten years


Happy Thanksgiving, Pensburgh! We’re thankful none of these players are still playing for the Penguins.

Relitigating Past Rangers With Modern Data


Do past opinions on former Rangers hold up under the lens of new information?

Weekly Question: Your Favourite Game in Sens History?


Let’s talk about the ones we’ll never forget.

On this date in Penguins history: Kicking off the 2013 Playoffs with a shutout.


The Penguins started the 2013 Playoffs with a shutout against the Islanders.

The 5 weirdest Pittsburgh Penguins injuries/maladies ever


Sunburns, mumps, weight training accidents, getting hurt celebrating a goal — this team has dealt with it all

Reminiscing on Brief Blueshirt Tenures: Late 2010’s Edition


After reflecting on some of the more random Rangers’ tenures prior to the Blueshirts’ run to the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals, today’s trip down memory lane will feature players of the not-so-distant...

The Ten-Worst Rangers Trades of the 2010s


The Rangers have made many good trades over the last decade. These ten are not among them.

Storm Advisory 12/18/19:  NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup


Andrei Svechnikov does it again, Flyers honor Lindblom, and Chabot sets a team record.