Kukla's Korner Hockey
ESPN gives us five and a half minutes of highlights from the last week.
A little over 6 minutes of all goals, the goals of the week.
Sometimes I am just left scratching my head. Read about it at my Hockey.com blog today.
I just finished editing a new site, and put it online. It’s a contact list for hockey teams throughout North America, along with the IIHF. It has contact info for all the teams in the NHL, AHL, ECHL, CHL, IHL, SPHL, USHL, NAHL, and the Canadian Junior leagues (OHL, WHL, and QMJHL). I did it because I am always needing an address or a phone number, then I figured it would be a good resource for others, and decided to make it public. Each individual contact page has a link to Google Maps, leading to the individual team’s arenas.
Check out Jerseys and Hockey Love/Contacts....
Mike Milbury, hockey analyst for NBC, TSN and NESN—and also formerly a NHL player, coach and GM—will be the guest on the NHL Hour today. Hosting the show today will be Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly.
The NHL Hour broadcasts live Thursdays from 4-5 pm ET on NHL Home Ice, (XM channel 204) and NHL.com. The show will re-run on XM Satellite Radio and NHL.com, with archived shows available for download via a podcast on NHL.com.
Did you know I am now blogging twice a week at Hockey.com and I look forward to a great working relationship with all the folks there.
Many of you probably have visited Hockey.com and I ask you to take a look again. They went through a major upgrade yesterday and the site has great content and potential for the hockey fan.
Some of the “talk” about Hockey.com is…
Bethesda, MD (March 5, 2008) – Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, the leader in local sports television, will unveil its latest innovation, the “OvechKam,” when the Capitals host the Calgary Flames on Wednesday, March 12.
This unique broadcast, which will be available on CSN+ and replayed on Comcast On Demand, will feature a dedicated view that follows Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin throughout the entire game, providing viewers with an unprecedented look at the most prolific player in the NHL
from Rand Simon at the Hockey News,
Dumbest thing heard on the radio recently (non-Rush Limbaugh division): “Look at Steve Yzerman, he hadn’t done a thing by the time he was 28”—Toronto-based sports radio host….
The reality is that by his 28th birthday, Yzerman already had a career worthy of Hall of Fame induction with 1,040 career points to his credit in 757 games. Compare that to Cam Neely who is in the Hall of Fame with 694 career points in 726 career games. (Interestingly, Yzerman also played in exactly 757 games after turning 28 and had 715 points in those games.)
Anyway, it was just another example of why I find it so frustrating to listen to sports talk radio.
more hockey talk…
All the top plays of the week, ESPN style.
Warning: turn your volume down, music seems to be a bit loud.
The Top 10 goals of the week, all in six minutes.
About Kukla's Korner Hockey
Paul Kukla founded Kukla’s Korner in 2005 and the site has since become the must-read site on the ‘net for all the latest happenings around the NHL.
From breaking news to in-depth stories around the league, KK Hockey is updated with fresh stories all day long and will bring you the latest news as quickly as possible.
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