The Helsinki-based Jokerit club is one of the most storied pro hockey franchises outside of the NHL and it served as a training ground for Hall of Fame talent like Jari Kurri and Teemu Selanne since it was formed back in 1967. Over the decades, the team won six SM-liiga
Max Veronneau is very talented undrafted right winger who plays for the Princeton Tigers. Now in his junior season, he’s putting it all together. After a very successful two-goal, three-point game against Yale, he is on NHL scouts’ radar. In his first six games he has five goals and five
The Winter Olympics start this February 15th and possibly the biggest story will be the 2017-18 USWNT hockey team who are looking to win their first gold medal since their 1998 victory.
Cami Granato led the 1998 team and now Knight is one of the leaders of this team along with
Hydrant is a hydration mix that is a naturally sweetened drink that’s supposed to help you get over a workout or stay focused or possibly eliminate a headache. Many of these slight ailments are due to dehydration, not to the point of passing out, but enough that it affects your
General Manager Sandy Alderson has said the Mets have $30 million to spend. They are currently ranked 20th in the league in payroll and they will end up with a total of around $101 million if they stick to the plan. This is a small-market plan for a team who
Mikko Rantanen was drafted 10th overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. A few teams were linked to possibly drafting him but he ended up with the Colorado Avalanche. So far this has been the perfect fit for the talented right winger.
Now 21, it turns out that a full season
As a result of popular demand, for your reading and wondering pleasure, here come the Yankees in quiz form from the professor of Bronx Bomber content. No peeking at the answers. Take the quiz first. Five correct answers makes you an “All Star.” Lower than that read some of my
Over the course of 20 NHL seasons, Doug Gilmour carved out a reputation as one of the game's top two-way forwards and he remains one of the most popular players of his generation nearly 15 years after retiring. His professional odyssey was marked with stints in seven different jerseys and along
I have a new book coming out November 12th, called “Pioneers of Baseball”. Here’s more about that here:
Back to Hoy. He played for the Cincinnati Reds and two Washington D.C. teams. He was a deaf center fielder. Getting through everyday life as a ballplayer was hard enough in those days.