Two time Stanley Cup champion Brad Richards has decided to retire. The Murray Harbour, Prince Edward Island native was drafted 64th overall in 1998 by the Lightning. During his 15 seasons in the NHL he played 1126 games with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Dallas Stars, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks and the Detroit Red Wings.
While the departure of Taylor Hall and additions of Adam Larsson, Milan Lucic, and Jesse Puljujarvi have made for a rather hectic last few weeks, there is one other player who has continually seen his name making the rounds in the NHL rumour mill. That player would be none other than Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and …
Mark Messier played in the NHL with the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, and Vancouver Canucks and still remains second on the NHL all-time scoring list. The six time Stanley Cup champion is considered by many to be one of the greatest hockey players of all time, and the only player to captain two different teams to professional championships.
Left wing Matt Martin signed a four-year, $10 million contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday and said he is looking forward to joining one of the most storied franchises in the NHL.
Before the dominance of Wayne Gretzky through the 1980’s and Mario Lemieux in the 90’s, there was hardly a question in most hockey fans minds about who was the best hockey player out there. It was Bobby Orr, and it wasn’t even close …
Before Mario, Wayne, and Bobby, there was much less discussion regarding the greatest player of all time. There wasn’t much discussion, because it was pretty well agreed upon that it was the guy sporting the #9 sweater for the Detroit Red Wings, Gordie Howe.
Sidney Crosby on The Ice and Beyond Documenting Penguins’ superstar Sidney Crosby’s resurgent season in 2015-2016. No copyright purposes intended. I do not own any of the video clips or the … Read More… Tweet
After 20+ seasons with the New Jersey Devils, Martin Brodeur, 3 time Stanley Cup champion and all time leader of many NHL records including most NHL Wins (all time & a single season) and most regular season Shutouts (Also the only NHL goaltender to score a game-winning goal!!) has decided to try play for a different team before he retires.