1. NHL: An Analysis of Restrictions

    Recently, I read an article about the NHL and relocation. It intrigued me to find out that in reality, relocation hurts the NHL more than it helps the league...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 376 reads 1 comments

  2. Soccer Girls Clinch Tournament Spot With Win Over Haverford

    Tension was in the air. The Muhlenberg girls were nervous, scared, unsure of what was going to happen, and most of all, unconfident. Oh, wait, wrong bench...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 471 reads 0 comments

  3. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers' Week In Review

    Week three is through in the National Hockey League. Forget the sarcasm of my last introduction to the weekly review of the Flyers—this week, there is no sarcasm needed...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 295 reads 0 comments

  4. Muhlenberg Hockey Wins Conference Game to Start Real Season on High Note

    After starting their non-conference part of the season with a 0-5-1 record, the Muhlenberg Mules finally put their first win of the season on the board, and it could not have come at a better time...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 254 reads 0 comments

  5. Muhlenberg Lady Mules Win and Tie To End Week On High Note

    The Muhlenberg Lady Mules continued their great season on Wednesday, as they were able to shut out their rival Bryn Mawr Owls 3-0 in order to win their fourth conference game this season...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 161 reads 0 comments

  6. Pittsburgh Penguins: How Will They Survive Without Their D?

    Note: All the stats in this article are as of 10/30/08 in the afternoon. Everyone expects a Stanley Cup hangover nowadays. Especially when you lose...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 317 reads 13 comments

  7. NHL Roundtable Discussion: Does the NHL Put Too Much Pressure on Young Players?

    This round-table discussion is a preface to my upcoming article, entitled, "Did the NHL Ruin Hockey For Stefan Legein, and Are They Ruining It For Everyone Else, Too?" I have asked many of the ...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 635 reads 18 comments

  8. NHL: Bleacher Report Monthly Award Winners, October 2008

    Many of you have voted, and for that I am thankful. Just for the record, I will be announcing the winner, and the honorable mention—second place, unless there is no real ...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 314 reads 22 comments

  9. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers' Week In Review

    Week two of the season is done! Fini! Caput! And the Flyers are soaring, right! Hungry for more, and all that jazz? Right? What's that? They're failing miserably? Boy, is my face red...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 378 reads 7 comments

  10. Muhlenberg Continues Slump, But Play Improves

    Muhlenberg is on its way back to playing solid Division II ACHA hockey, but they're not quite there, yet. They played their final non-league game before their GNCHC schedule starts next Saturday against Franklin and Marshall...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 150 reads 0 comments

  11. Philadelphia Flyers' Woes Continue As Bite Gets Taken By The Sharks

    Jeremy Roenick's return to the City of Brotherly Love was supposed to be a big celebration by Philadelphia. A chance for the Flyers' fans to show their love for the former star who spent some time here...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 254 reads 14 comments

  12. Muhlenberg-Lafayette State: Mules Get First Point of Season in Poor Weekend

    This past weekend, Muhlenberg Ice Hockey played two games against Lafayette State College. It was a home and home series, with Muhlenberg getting Friday night's home game, and Lafayette getting the second game...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 422 reads 13 comments

  13. NHL: Bleacher Report Monthly Awards, October 2008

    Welcome to the BR NHL section awards. This is a monthly event where you, the Bleacher Creatures can vote for different categories every month...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 439 reads 22 comments

  14. Flyers-Avalanche: Philadelphia Hockey Becomes Almost Unwatchable

    Tonight, something unthinkable happened,only four games into the season—Flyers' hockey became almost unwatchable. As a hockey fan, I rarely find myself turning off a game because it is boring...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 618 reads 19 comments

  15. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers' Week In Review

    This was the opening week of the season, and as it finishes, I will start something that I have been thinking about all summer—plus/minus ratings of each week of the Flyers' season...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 352 reads 4 comments

  16. Flyers-Penguins: Philadelphia Finally Plays 60 Minutes...But the Game Was 65

    The first two games of the season, I was complaining that the Flyers were not playing sixty minutes. They would show up for a period or two, and then leave early to catch the Daily Show with Jon Stewart before midnight...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 612 reads 9 comments

  17. Flyers-Canadiens: This Time Philadelphia Leaves Early in Loss to Montreal

    The Flyers came out flying, as their name suggests, in tonight's replay of the 2008 Eastern Conference Semifinals...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 414 reads 3 comments

  18. Lauren Hart: Beyond the Bleachers Interview

    Recently on NHL 2Day, Greg Caggiano and I sat down with Lauren Hart, the anthemist for the Philadelphia Flyers, the daughter of former voice of the Flyers Gene Hart, and a recording artist...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about over 5 years ago 2,945 reads 0 comments

  19. Sarah Palin Enjoys Banging on The Boards and Grinding in The Corners

    Last night at the opening game for the Philadelphia Flyers, Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin was invited to drop the puck for the opening ceremonies...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 2,193 reads 33 comments

  20. Flyers-Rangers: Philadelphia Arrives Late, Drops Opener

    It is never abnormal to see the Flyers show up late to a game. You know, playing like a group of peewees in the first period, then starting to look like one of the best teams in the league halfway through the game...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 261 reads 5 comments

  21. Philadelphia Flyers' Training Camp Recap

    A quick preface to this article—the picture I used was just a random picture in the B/R archives, simply because I left my camera in my dorm room. Shoot... Well, it is fall break at school...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 503 reads 4 comments

  22. Muhlenberg Ice Hockey Continues Cold Streak Against PSU

    The Muhlenberg Mules just can't seem to get a break. They lost again today in front of their home crowd, this time in the hands of Penn State University...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 576 reads 0 comments

  23. Muhlenberg Gets Devoured By Seton Hall in Blowout Matchup

    Last night, in their first away game of the season, the Muhlenberg Mules' ice hockey team knew that they faced an intense foe in Seton Hall University. They knew what they had to do: work hard, play their system, and come out with a win...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 250 reads 0 comments

  24. Muhlenberg Falls to East Stroudsberg, Alumni Team

    Everyone was extremely eager, awaiting this game. Muhlenberg College's first ice hockey game of the new season. The 2008-09 season, the one which is supposed to bring another GNCHC Championship back to MC...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 573 reads 3 comments

  25. Philadelphia Flyers Continue Preseason Hot Streak, Sign Luca Sbisa

    The Philadelphia Flyers continued their great preseason start by handing the Washington Capitals their first loss of the preseason in a 2-1 victory Wednesday...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 599 reads 0 comments