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The KHL World Cup Has Begun

Vienna, Austria: Habsburg emperors, Strauss waltzes, coffee, and Sachertort. And, for the coming weekend, the home of the inaugural KHL World Games. Fittingly, in a city where history oozes from every pore, Vienna is set to welcome the oldest club in the KHL, Slovan Bratislava, as well as two giants of

Winter Classic X Takeaways

Queens - - The Rangers beat the Sabres 3-2 in an overtime thriller in the tenth Winter Classic. 2008 was the first in Buffalo and it’s come full circle with the Sabres playing in the 10th. Sadly, they lost both games. This game had more than 41,000 fans dressed as warm

Winter Classic Temperatures and More

Queens - - The temperature at the 2018 Winter Classic will be somewhere in the high teens and low 20’s. The wind will make it seem colder. The average low in New York for this time of the year is 28 degrees. It was in the mid 40’s last year

Mike Richter Still Has a Huge Following

Yonkers, NY - - Last evening Mike Richter attended a Rangers viewing party at the Empire City Casino in Yonkers. He was signing autographs for free and did that with a smile for around 2 hours. He took pictures with fans and talked about the 1994 Stanley Cup season that

Adam Graves is Still Thriving in The Big Apple

Adam Graves will be at Empire Casino this evening at 6:30 PM for a meet and greet. He is one of many members of the 1994 Stanley Cup team who are universally respected, and for good reason. “First of all I was fortunate to have the opportunity to play for the

Adam Huska – – Played Great Under Duress

Montreal – Adam Huska was one of the best goalies at the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championships. The biggest problem he faced was having no help in front of him. There’s one thing having a goalie “stand on his head”, but in order for that to happen he has to

Ryan Callahan On Surviving Without Steven Stamkos

Luckily for the Tampa Bay Lightning they won’t have to try and survive an entire season without their captain, Steven Stamkos. Last April the Tampa star forward had to get surgery on a blood clot. The prognosis was he’d be out 1-3 months. On May 26th he played against the

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