1. NHL: Bleacher Report Monthly Award Winners, December 2008

    The votes are in! Here are the winners of the monthly NHL Bleacher Report Awards for December, 2008! Just so everyone knows, there will be some rules put in place for next month’s ...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 209 reads 31 comments

  2. NHL Moments of 2008

    2008 was an extraordinary year for the NHL. Attendance records were set, profits skyrocketed while the US economy sank, and most of all, the Stanley Cup Finals were most likely the most entertaining they've been in years...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 176 reads 5 comments

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

    Week nine (and 10) are done in the National Hockey League! I have been slacking a bit. With finals finally ending, and my life getting back to normal, I am finally able to sit down and review the Flyers’ last (two) weeks...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 141 reads 9 comments

  4. Flyers Dominate Washington: We Want Our Hats Back!

    Last season, Washington was defeated in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs after Joffrey Lupul scored in overtime of game seven to help the Flyers continue what would turn out to be a three round run...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 152 reads 4 comments

  5. NHL: Bleacher Report Monthly Awards, December 2008

    It's that time again! 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 almost 6 years ago 306 reads 58 comments

  6. Philadelphia Flyers' Practice: Many A Quotes

    Simon Gagne “It was a big issue coming into the season, that we’re not working hard enough…But in hockey, if you have the skills, you can win games with that...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 285 reads 10 comments

  7. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers' Week in Review

    Week Eight is done in the National Hockey League! We're a quarter of the way done the season, and the Flyers are doing much better than they were in their first six games...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 125 reads 2 comments

  8. Philadelphia Flyers: Quarterly Review

    We are more than a quarter way through this 2008-2009 NHL season. At Flyers' practice today, I observed the line combinations, and spoke with some members of the team...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 172 reads 15 comments

  9. Resurfacing the Ice: Legein’s Return and Avery’s Antics

    Two major announcements were made yesterday, breaking news, if you will, in the NHL. Dallas Stars’ pest Sean Avery would be suspended indefinitely from the NHL, pending a meeting ...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 401 reads 12 comments

  10. John Ziegler Interview Part One: The Man Behind The Former NHL President

    First off, I want to thank Mr. Ziegler for taking the time to speak with me. I got an extreme amount of information from him regarding the NHL, and the position of President/Commissioner...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 1,367 reads 0 comments

  11. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers' Week in Review

    Week Seven is done in the National Hockey League! The Flyers, statistically, had another good week, but altogether, their play was extremely poor. They should not have won most of these games...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 17 reads 7 comments

  12. NHL: Bleacher Report Monthly Award Winners, November 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 almost 6 years ago 443 reads 32 comments

  13. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers Week in Review

    Week Six is done in the National Hockey League! Wow, it’s been six weeks already? It’s flown by so quickly, it feels like just yesterday that the Flyers were failing miserably, losing every other game...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 229 reads 2 comments

  14. What a Disappointment: 2008-09 NHL No-Shows

    What is a disappointment? Some may say that it is a player who does not perform to his full potential. Others may claim that it is a player who does not help his team enough Dallas Stars’ roster is a disappointment? Well, yes...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 1,670 reads 30 comments

  15. Muhlenberg Mules Remain Undefeated After Longest GNCHC Game Ever

    Muhlenberg College is now 4-0, undefeated in the GNCHC, going into their semester break. How did this happen? Well, let's see. Kutztown University came to the Rinks at Lehigh Valley Friday night in a conference matchup...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 371 reads 4 comments

  16. NHL: Bleacher Report Monthly Awards, November 2008

    It's that time again! 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 almost 6 years ago 595 reads 66 comments

  17. Derick Brassard: How Far Will He Go?

    Could anyone truly imagine that Derick Brassard would be performing as well as he is right now? "A star in the making, Brassard needs to get a regular shot on a scoring line to get to the top level...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 1,291 reads 6 comments

  18. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers' Week in Review

    Week five is done in the National Hockey League! No preface this week, simply because I don't feel like it.....

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 231 reads 2 comments

  19. Muhlenberg Mules Sweep Weekend To Remain Undefeated In GNCHC

    The Muhlenberg Ice Hockey team is now dominating, and on a six game winning streak that included three conference games. After starting the season 0-5-1, they are now above ...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 225 reads 0 comments

  20. NHL All Star Game: My 2009 Picks

    The new and improved online ballot is among us for the 2009 NHL All Star game in historic Montreal, Quebec. The game will take place on January 25th in the historic NHL city to honor the Habs' 100th year in the league...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 1,015 reads 8 comments

  21. Muhlenberg Lady Mules' Season Ends With Loss to Johns Hopkins

    The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays have been the best Centennial Conference girls’ soccer team for the past three years. They are three time defending champions, and have advanced to the finals for the past four years...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 176 reads 0 comments

  22. Plus/Minus: Philadelphia Flyers' Week in Review

    Week four is through in the National Hockey League. The Flyers are back to playing okay hockey. They are extremely inconsistent, but let’s let the review show you how they’re doing...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 216 reads 0 comments

  23. NHL GM Roundtable: Is There Too Much Pressure In The NHL?

    Before I start this article, let me just confirm what everyone is going to ask me: yes, I actually talked to these four general managers in the NHL. Yes, these are exact quotes. And yes, I felt horribly insignificant while talking to them...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 637 reads 7 comments

  24. Muhlenberg Mules Sweep Weekend With Two Dominant Efforts

    The Muhlenberg Mules, after starting the season a dismal 0-5-1, are now on a hot streak, with three straight wins. After underperforming in their first six games, the Mules finally seem to be playing to their full potential...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 256 reads 10 comments

  25. NHL: Are They Ruining The League For The Young Guys?

    Watch this video before reading the article: Quite a character. Stefan Legein. One of the Mississauga/Niagara IceDogs’ star forwards...

    Alan Bass Written by Alan Bass about almost 6 years ago 875 reads 30 comments