Darkness. My eyes were wide open, but all I could see was black. My body hit the ice and as my vision returned I knew that the concussion and everything that comes along with it had, too. That was the brightest the darkness would be for months to come.
This week in hockey history sees the birth of plenty of future Hockey Hall of Famers and significant trades and signings. Here’s what happened the week of July 6-12 in hockey history:
Free agent signings, big trades and legends being born make up this week’s Throwback Thursday! Here’s a look at what happened the week of June 29 – July 5 in hockey history.
This week in NHL history saw some big names get drafted along with iconic trades and hirings. Here’s a look at what happened the week of June 22-28 in hockey history.
This week’s Throwback Thursday article features some highs and lows of the Stanley Cup Finals as well as notable draft picks. Let’s take a look back at the week of June 15-21 in NHL history:
Before getting into each team we look way back to 1908 when the man who gave the hockey world the Stanley Cup passed away. Frederick Arthur Stanley, better known as Lord Stanley, donated the Stanley Cup in 1892. The Stanley Cup is the oldest North American trophy competed for by professional athletes.
The Stanley Cup Finals are a beautiful thing and this week’s Throwback Thursday article looks at some big moments from the Finals of years past. Here’s a look back at the week June 1-7 in the hockey world:
This week, we look back on the Oilers’ historic dynasty, the Flames’ first Stanley Cup, some Leafs sensations, and other playoff records. Here’s a time warp back to the week of May 25-31 in the hockey world:
The playoff history is still alive and well in this week’s glance back at hockey history. Here’s what happened the week of May 18-24:
Some teams’ fans may not like this week as much as others (sorry in advance, Leafsnation). This week looks at the highs and lows of NHL playoff history from May 11-17:
OT goals and NHL records keep on rollin’ in this week’s edition of Throwback Thursday!
This week we’re still talkin’ playoffs, including some OT heroes and big letdowns. Let’s relive some playoff excitement and heart break! Here’s what happened on the week of April 27 to May 3rd: CanucksArmy May 3, 2004: Brian Burke was fired by the Canucks after six years with the organization, a career that most notably…