Andrew Shaw To Auction Off The Stitches From His Glorious Hockey Face

Andrew Shaw's busted-up face was one of the highlights of the Chicago Blackhawks' Stanley Cup victory. Shaw hoisting the cup while his face continued to swell and blood oozed from his stitched-up wounds is an image that will always hold a place in hockey history, and now fans have the opportunity to own a piece of that … » 8/06/13 12:09pm 8/06/13 12:09pm

The CBC Put A Bow On The NHL Season With This Excellent Montage

Throughout the Stanley Cup playoffs, the CBC's Hockey Night In Canada has been doing fantastic work producing pregame videos (this one is my personal favorite), and last night the show ended its coverage with an excellent montage spanning all of this year's playoff action. You might want to look away if you're a Leafs … » 6/25/13 10:49am 6/25/13 10:49am

List: Every Synonym For "Pass" That Rifled Out Of Doc Emrick's Mouth

According to Harrison Mooney over at Yahoo!, this is a list of every single instance of Mike "Doc" Emrick turning the word "pass" into some other word that could be interpreted to mean "pass" given the context from Saturday night's Game 2. It is a long list. » 6/16/13 10:35am 6/16/13 10:35am

Jaromir Jagr's Playoff Beard Is Way Too Much

There are some things Jaromir Jagr is unmistakably great at. Playing hockey, for instance—which Jagr does especially well, even now, at the age of 41. When he puts his hips out and leans forward, with his body between the defender and the puck, no one can dream of filching possession. He may have been the greatest… » 6/11/13 5:45pm 6/11/13 5:45pm

Not Content Merely To Win, The Bruins Are Traumatizing Franchises

The Boston Bruins will welcome the winner of the Chicago-L.A. series to the Stanley Cup Final because of their utter dismantling of the Pittsburgh Penguins. In that series, the Bruins were able to stonewall a Pittsburgh team that won 75 percent of its regular season games and led the league in scoring by a healthy… » 6/08/13 9:06pm 6/08/13 9:06pm

NBC Learns What Happens When You Interview Torts During The Game

We don't know why TV networks insist on trying to interview coaches while games are in action—Fox baseball broadcasts, you're the worst culprit—but when NBC's Pierre McGuire tried to get a few words from Rangers chief John Tortorella during today's game against the Bruins, he got one more than he bargained for. » 5/19/13 5:02pm 5/19/13 5:02pm

Penguins Fan Gets Kicked Out Of Nassau Coliseum For Being Shithoused

"Sandstorm" plays in the background as a security guard escorts this super drunk Pittsburgh Penguins fan out of his seat. Islanders fans in his section console him by chanting "ASSHOLE" as he gets booted. Jarome Iginla's number one fan has his playoff hockey experience cut short on account of being faded as fuck. » 5/05/13 4:40pm 5/05/13 4:40pm

Dustin Brown Sums Up Joy Of Winning Stanley Cup With Big Ol' F-Bomb On…

Pierre McGuire had just asked Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown whether he could have envisioned this moment several months back. And after mumbling something about never knowing what might happen and considering his words for an instant, Brown cuts right to the chase. From here on out, anyone who thinks of… » 6/12/12 12:05am 6/12/12 12:05am

The L.A. Kings Taunted The Devils With Giant Jersey Shore Cutouts…

We already knew that the L.A. Kings were the most fun team to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals in recent memory, thanks in large part to the team's playful and hilarious Twitter feed and their unique style of play. They're also probably the best team to make it to the Stanley Cup finals in a while—they're the only… » 6/05/12 2:40pm 6/05/12 2:40pm

How The Kings Toughened Up And Conquered The NHL

There are two central oddities in the New Jersey Devils-Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup final, which the Kings lead 2-0 after two overtime wins. One is that the Kings were an eight seed with a meager plus-15 goal differential during the regular season, an eight seed that went 5-2-3 in its last 10 games. Based on where… » 6/04/12 10:20am 6/04/12 10:20am

Now A New York TV Station Thinks The Islanders Are Playing The Kings…

Media ignorance to the NHL playoffs continues, as tonight's 6 p.m. WABC newscast featured a graphic not only suggesting the New York Islanders were in the Stanley Cup Finals but text to that effect as well. As inexcusable as the various mistakes made in identifying the Kings by Los Angeles media affiliates, this is on … » 5/31/12 6:41pm 5/31/12 6:41pm

The Los Angeles Media Market Continues To Not Know The L.A. Kings Play …

There are two major sports teams in California named the Kings. One of them is up north in Sacramento, and they play professional basketball (poorly, as of late). The other is in Los Angeles, and has a very good shot at winning the Stanley Cup. Despite the two franchises' differences in performance and, you know,… » 5/21/12 2:30pm 5/21/12 2:30pm