Why fighting belongs in hockey

April 20, 2018 0

Bobby Bader Photo Editor In the past, I have made it well-known that I am no stranger to the game of ice hockey. Having attended over 1,500 games at the professional level, it is safe

Why is fighting disappearing from the NHL?

March 29, 2018 0

Bobby Bader Photo Editor The National Hockey League has gained a reputation for being rough at times since its establishment over 100 years ago. However, in recent years, hockey has shifted to being a more

The Russian Machine Never Breaks

October 4, 2017 0

Casey Saussaman Head Copy Editor  With 558 career goals, three Hart Memorial Trophies, six Maurice Richard Trophies (four of them in a row from 2012-2016), and eight All-Star Game selections, Alex Ovechkin is one of the

McDavid: the obvious choice for Hart

April 19, 2017 0

Evan Neill Staff Writer It was no secret to what the Edmonton Oilers were getting when they drafted Connor McDavid as the first overall selection in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. The fleet-footed centerman had

NHL Eastern Conference playoff hunt

February 15, 2017 0

Mike Saladino Staff Writer   As the NHL season heads into late February, the race for the playoffs tightens up. So far the Washington Capitals are picking up where they left off from last season. They

Battle on the ice

April 21, 2016 0

Krystle Bittner Staff Writer Heading into game four of the first series in the NHL playoffs, some teams have shown pure passion while others haven’t showed quite enough. When it comes to this time of

Orange and black preview

October 9, 2015 0

Jacob Shaika Sports Writer If you followed the Flyers during their 2014-2015 campaign, you’ll remember that it led to an early offseason. In 2015-2016 you can most likely expect the same. During last season’s carousel