#41 - Richter Calls It a Career

When #35 had to decide it was time to hang up his skates it was a tough decision for him to make. He was a hockey player from Flourtown, PA...

#39 - Amazing Comeback For Team USA

Team USA Gets First WJC Gold (Helsinki, Finland) - Team USA trailed the game 3-1 and didn't look good when I lost the internet broadcast but...

#42 - Messier Gets #1851 In Garden Spectacular

Mark Messier scored two goals, numbers 1,850 and 1,851 to pass Gordie Howe as the second all-time points leader in NHL history. Messier got his...

#44 - Pass The Cup

(East Rutherford, NJ) – Michael Rupp scored his first-ever playoff goal in just his fourth career playoff game and it stood up as the game-...

roy was the best of his era (reprinted from may of 2003)

I guess the writing was on the wall when Patrick Roy missed media day at the NHL All-Star game and the Colorado Avalanche didn’t make it past...

the worm's back

The first word that comes to mind when talking about the new New York Knicks braintrust is - jive. I know that word hasn't been hip since Isaac...

#45 - Canada Waits No More

(West Valley City, UT) – The battle of North America was all that it was billed up to be in spirit and effort. Both teams from Canada and the...

#46 - The Great One Takes His Final Bow April 18th 1999

Wayne Gretzky was the greatest hockey player to ever lace up the skates. There won’t be much argument on this one. When the NHL decided to...

#47 - Mark Messier Makes 75th Anniversary Bigger

At 7pm on Oct 11, 2000 New York Ranger fans were treated to a piece of history. The NHL and the Rangers were celebrating its 75th anniversary...

#48 - The First Great One

The “original” great one was “The Rocket” Maurice Richard. He had too many moments to list so lets go over his storybook career. Maurice...

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