October 04 2012 12:49PM
Who would (or will be?) be this NHL season's MVP?
Click "Read Artcle" to watch the video, answer the question, and you could win one of two game-used jersey cards of Danny Briere or Steve Mason! (One of which probably isn't the MVP)
October 04 2012 09:26AM
The numbers paint an interesting story.
This isn’t meant to analyze the actual scoring decline. Instead the contrast in the 26-year-old’s approach to the game and type of skills and work ethic opposes each other to the detriment of one thing:
October 03 2012 09:01PM
I really wanted to make the title for this just "Dallas Eakins calls out Don Cherry." That's a catchier, more eye-grabbing title. While Eakins does issue somewhat of a challenge to Grapes, he really could not have been more polite and eloquent in doing so.
Due to recent comments the Toronto Marlies head coach made about Maple Leafs prospect Nazem Kadri (which you can read about on theleafsnation.com), Don Cherry decided to fire back at the Toronto Maple Leafs organization with a Twitter rant criticizing the team's handling of Kadri (which you can also read about on theleafsnation.com).
Inevitably of course, Eakins had to respond. Read on to watch the video (only 2:10 in length). After that, I want to go through the things Eakins said after the jump. Eakins' words bolded and italicized.
October 03 2012 01:36PM
If the Brian Burke feud with Don Cherry from late January has any spillover victims, it's Dallas Eakins of the Toronto Marlites.
That's Cherry's scope in this town. He's not just a media figure, he's a cult, and Eakins, a coach of an American Hockey League team, had to answer questions raised by Cherry on Twitter.
So let's recap the things Cherry has said in 2012 about the Maple Leafs' organization. In three mediums now, he has criticized the team for the way they treat American college players in relation to good Southern Ontario kids.
October 03 2012 07:04AM
Yesterday it was announced that our friends south of the border (unless you're from the States and reading this now. In which case, you) will have the opportunity to tune in for some KHL action on ESPN3 as early as, well, now. Apparently this will bring the KHL in to something like 70 million homes in the U.S.
Naturally, you're thinking "when are they going to get something going in Canada?", and while it's been reported that the KHL is working on striking a deal here in the north, answers may be hard to come by.