There are few things more exciting than watching an emergency goalie be called into the net during an NHL game. This season alone, we got to see the Blackhawks put Scott Foster between the pipes and the accountant pulled out the saves. But for people who are new to the sport, and even people who … Continue reading A Brief Intro about Emergency Goalies
With the NHL season winding down, teams have to decide whether to keep on fighting or to tank and try to get a decent draft pick. But, as either a player or a fan, is tanking really worth it? Is tanking something that we, as fans, should actually root for? I think it’s safe to … Continue reading Is Tanking Really Worth It?
On Sunday, March 25th, 2018, the Metropolitan Riveters won their first Isobel Cup in NWHL history. After the game, we caught up with some of the team’s key players to see how they felt after winning the championship. Here’s what they had to say! First, we spoke to Harrison Browne. He became the second player … Continue reading NWHL Playoffs 2018: Catching up With the Riveters After the Isobel Cup
After a successful California road trip, the Roadrunners took three of four points from the Barracuda in their midweek set. Tucson got out to a 1-0 lead midway through the first period Tuesday night with a goal from Conor Garland, playing in his 100th career AHL game. Lane Peterson added to the Roadrunners' lead, making … Continue reading Roadrunners, Barracuda Split Midweek Series
The ECHL, the NHL's minor minor league, is notorious for having scrappy players. A few weeks ago, a fight broke out during a Kansas City Mavericks and Toledo Walleye game that resulted in everyone on the ice participating. https://twitter.com/JordanStrack/status/962515598805753856 Garrett Klotz, a player for Kansas City, checked A.J. Jenks into the boards then started to cross-check him … Continue reading ECHL Brawl Could Have Been Premeditated
It’s no secret that everyone watched the women's Olympic gold medal game. This was one of the biggest games (if not the biggest game) of the entire Olympics. So why was the priority focus still on the men’s teams? Before you come at this and claim that I’m knocking down the men’s team, this is a … Continue reading The Media and Women’s Hockey
The Tucson Roadrunners returned home after a lengthy road trip to take on the Bakersfield Condors and San Antonio Rampage, going 2-1-1-0 and earning their 28th and 29th wins of the season. Tucson has already matched their win total from last season (29) with 19 games remaining. After falling behind 2-0 early Saturday night against … Continue reading Roadrunners Split Home Stand