November 30 2012 11:20AM
This week I reached out to the good folks at BC Interruption, the geniuses behind the Gaudreauby Baker movement. A few FN readers already have the shirt in question, but I wondered if there was any other way we could help promote this totally legit fashion movement.
Apparently there is!
November 29 2012 10:25PM
Remember yesterday when I said I'd bring you some of the games we missed the day before? Here they are! Plus a brand new one with Ovechkin making a KHL defenceman look like a scarecrow. Just disgusting.
November 29 2012 07:52PM
With every blessed day that the Lockout drags on, your ol' pal Wanye is pushed further from home in the vain attempt to forget about the NHL and the beloved Edmonton Oilers. Today his sobering musings come from San Francisco. Also he is speaking in the fourth person, which has to be some sort of Olympic Record.*
November 29 2012 03:14PM
The month of November ends this weekend, bringing with it a harsh slap in the face, as we all collectively realize that we've missed the entirety of the first two months of the NHL season.
While the rich players and owners fight like little kids, the Flames prospects – closer to little kids than the pro players, age-wise – continue to play hockey like they're supposed to. While we're not sure if any of the Calgary farm-hands believe in Santa Claus, both them and us are secretly hoping somebody – magical or otherwise – brings us NHL hockey for Christmas, Hanukkah or any other wonderful wintertime holiday.
November 29 2012 09:44AM
Every year, the annual IIHF World Junior Championship tournament provides young hockey players with a great opportunity to show their wares against the best players from the age-group from throughout the world. It's a great development tool and players as varied as Jarome Iginla, Roman Horak and Leland Irving have had the chance to represent their nations at the World Juniors. Over the next few weeks, we're going to take a look at the chances of the various Flames prospects vying for World Junior roster spots.
Next up is Laurent Brossoit.