Mike Commodore

Montreal Canadiens #0 - Defenseman

  • Born: 11/07/79
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 227

Breaking down the best players to wear every jersey number for Carolina


With the upcoming NHL season still a big question mark, we stopped to have some fun and take a look at who the best player to wear each jersey number for the Carolina Hurricanes is.

Flames Best #2 Of All Time: Al MacInnis


When it comes to #2, there’s only one person to consider.

Systems Analyst Classics: Besting Buffalo


A look back at Carolina’s come-from-behind Game 7 victory in the 2006 Eastern Conference Finals.

What If Mike Van Ryn Wanted to Sign with the New Jersey Devils?


Mike Van Ryn was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 1998. He wanted to be a free agent and he did so through a loophole in free agency and a winning arbitration case. This post goes over that and...

The Flames Last Trade with Every Team: Pacific Division


I’ve decided to look back at all of the Flames most recent trades with every other NHL club, finishing the series with the Pacific Divison today. Click here for the Atlantic Division article C...

The best (and worst) jersey numbers in Blue Jackets history


That and more of this week’s links

A Look Back at the Carolina Hurricanes’ 2007-2008 Season


The Carolina Hurricanes became the first team to miss the playoffs in consecutive seasons after winning the Stanley Cup. But the second of those was a narrow, heartbreaking miss.

Systems Analyst Classics: Just in the Nic of Time


Game 2 of the 2006 Eastern Conference Semifinals featured a chaotic final minute, and another OT winner from Niclas Wallin.

Systems Analyst Classics: 2006 SCF Game One


The Hurricanes were forced to rally on home ice to open the 2006 Stanley Cup Final.

A tribute to Cam Ward


Through highs and lows, the Canes’ most accomplished goaltender saw it all in his 13 seasons with the franchise.

Quick Hits: The New Numbers Edition


In Red Wings Land New season. New numbers. pic.twitter.com/GRWeGS1FpH— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) August 15, 2019 Welp, it looks like Valtteri Filppula gets to reunite with his old...

Turnover and the Stanley Cup Champions


Can the 2018 Cup champs take any lessons from history?