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Gretzky Finally Steps Down as Coyotes Coach

Wayne Gretzky, the head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, minority owner, and supposed creditor to Jerry Moyes has officially stepped down from his coaching role after never reporting to Coyotes training camp.  In perhaps the ... Continue reading →

Under Review: Sept 14–20

Hey all, I’m Stu, and I’ll be posting a weekly “what happened in the NHL and what I think of it” post every Monday morning. Think of it as Peter King’s Monday ... Continue reading →

Kessel From Another Perspective

Although on the surface it looks like Brian Burke really got taken in this deal, giving up the future for the present (as per Maple Leafs 1980-present), let’s dig a bit deeper into this ... Continue reading →

NHL 10 Review

I picked up my copy of NHL 10 from Best Buy today, and it was not a great experience.  First the employee at the store did not even know what NHL 10 was and then I found ... Continue reading →

Theo Fleury vs. Sean Avery: Stirring the Pot

Theo Fleury, 41,  is making a comeback and everybody is rooting for him.  If he makes the team, he’ll most likely stay with the Abbottsford Flames and help them sell some tickets there but it’... Continue reading →

Sorry Great One, It’s Time to Step Down

As every other NHL coach reported to their respective team’s training camps this past weekend, eager to start a new campaign with their old stars and some fresh faces, Wayne Gretzky did not report ... Continue reading →

Under Review: Sept 7–13

Hey all, I’m Stu, and I’ll be posting a weekly “what happened in the NHL and what I think of it” post every Monday morning. Think of it as Peter King’s Monday ... Continue reading →

Should NHL Teams Draft European or North American Skaters In The First Round?

There has always been a very heated debate on whether NHL teams are better off drafting Europeans or North American skaters in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft.  Based on my gut instinct, ... Continue reading →

Doug MacLean puts career on the line, signs on with Balsillie

Doug MacLean, current Sportsnet analyst and a die-hard Gary Bettman fan, has decided to put any future return to NHL front offices on the line as he joins the Jim Balsillie camp as an advisor ... Continue reading →