My Favorite Hockey Websites

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My Favorite Hockey Websites

There are tons of excellent hockey websites that feature all kinds of excellent content on a daily basis. Here is a rundown of some of my favorites.

 

NHL.com:

I always hated the official NHL site. It was poorly organized and that made trying to fine the good content that was there very difficult. The site finally underwent a redesign and is now one of the best sports sites on the web. I do wish that the live gamecenter broadcasts were free or available cheaper ($21/month or $125/season).

 

EmptyNetters:

This site is part of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and primarily focuses on the Penguins, but does offer a pretty decent daily collection of links and stories for both conferences. Seth Rorabaugh does a great job at finding the best jersey fouls at the Igloo, and having lived in Johnstown, PA for a few years and gone to a number of Pens games, I can tell you that they are plentiful.

 

PuckDaddy:

Don’t let the lame name fool you. This Yahoo! Site run by Greg Wyshynski is one of the best hockey blogs. The site is updated constantly throughout the day and features a collection of videos, links and more.

 

MotherPucker:

Another great hockey blog. Good posts and great insight.

 

The Hockey News:

I just can’t get into the site. I love the magazine, but for some reason I hate visiting THN on the web.

 

Alltop:

Alltop is an awesome site run by Guy Kawasaki. The hockey section is a “virtual newsstand” that features updates posts from tons of hockey blogs.

What are some of your favorites?

 

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