1. For Hockey Fans, Christmas Coming Soon

    The days of summer wane as the harvest moon nears and the Northern Ontario night air begins to nip at noses, hockey will soon be here! It's been a long time for any hockey fan trudging ...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about 4 years ago 700 reads 4 comments

  2. How and Why the Devils Will Win Game 2 Against the Flyers

    Martin Brodeur gave his team every chance to win but no one could beat Flyers goalie Brian Boucher until the very late stages of the third period in Game 1 that Philly stole, 2-1. Brodeur will turn a similar performance in Game 2; Boucher may not...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 66 reads 1 comments

  3. New Jersey Devils Ready To Fly Past the Flyers: Enough Fuel in the Tank?

    Goaltending is the most important part of a team’s playoff success and over the last couple decades, Martin Brodeur has been the best guy between the pipes bar none. Brodeur has a career ...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 150 reads 6 comments

  4. Toronto Maple Leafs-Luca Caputi: Hometown Kid in Heaven

    Twenty-one-year-old 6’3”, 200-pound Luca Caputi, born in Toronto, Ontario, will have his life-long dream realized tonight as he takes to the ice at the ACC for the first time wearing the blue and white...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 911 reads 18 comments

  5. Toronto Maple Leafs: Why I'll Bleed Blue and White for Life!

    I was born in Toronto in 1970 and the first glimpse I had of this game was on a Saturday night sometime during the winter of 1973...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 432 reads 19 comments

  6. Toronto Maple Leafs: As Spoilers, Whose Dreams Can They Shatter?

    Toronto has 18 games remaining in its schedule and the vast majority of them are against teams that are battling for a playoff spot in the jam-packed lower portion of the Eastern Conference playoff picture...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 338 reads 5 comments

  7. Toronto Maple Leafs: Kaberle May Stay a Leaf, Could Burke Re-Sign Him?

    Many of the Leafs faithful thought Tomas Kaberle would be moved at the trade deadline and bring another top forward that they desperately need.   But it would not be the case...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 567 reads 15 comments

  8. Toronto Maple Leafs: A Hatred of Other Teams, or Possible Self-Loathing?

    The Toronto faithful haven’t had much to cheer about for 20 or so years now, and the hatred has grown in their hearts for divisional arch rivals such as Montreal, Buffalo, and Ottawa...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 614 reads 16 comments

  9. Did the Olympics Shut the Door on Fighting's Future in the NHL?

    During the Olympic hockey tournament, the majority of the punches thrown were between Finland and Sweden in the women’s bronze medal game.   The men’s hockey was fast, even on the NHL size rink...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 362 reads 16 comments

  10. Toronto Maple Leafs: Trade Bait and Expectations for the Future

    With the success that Toronto GM Brian Burke and Coach Ron Wilson had with team USA at the Olympics, can Leafs Nation expect a roll-over effect with their beloved blue and white?   I think they can, though the U...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 1,826 reads 9 comments

  11. Olympic Men's Hockey-USA Canada for Gold Preview and Analysis

    The speed and tenacity of the USA, backstopped by the unwavering Ryan Miller will face the big bruising Canadians and emergence of goalie Roberto Luongo between the pipes for the almighty Olympic Men’s Hockey Gold medal...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 1,018 reads 0 comments

  12. 2010 Winter Olympics: Men's Hockey: Canada-Slovakia Preview and Analysis

    Well, for all of you that didn’t think Canada was going to get past Russia, I say, “Ha!” And for the Slovaks making it this far, I give them some props...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 1,292 reads 1 comments

  13. Men's Olympic Hockey: Who Gets It Done in the Quarterfinals?

    The games on the ice in the quarterfinals will be hopefully as hot as some of the fans in the crowd!     What a great day of hockey Tuesday’s qualification round turned out to be with three close games, one blowout, and one hell of an elbow...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 146 reads 2 comments

  14. Washington Wizards' Josh Howard: Torn ACL, He's Done for the Year

    I know he ain't smiling now, though he does escape the woes of playing for the Wizards this year, but surgery and rehab sucks!   Glenn Schiiler of the Score television network reported via ...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 358 reads 6 comments

  15. Toronto Maple Leafs GM and Coach: Case For Patience with Olympic Success?

    Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Ron Wilson has led team USA—who wasn’t considered a pre-tournament favorite, in fact quite the opposite—to a 3-0 record and top seed overall at the 2010 Winter Olympics...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 489 reads 15 comments

  16. Men's Olympic Hockey: Road to the Gold A Rocky Ride

    The brackets are all set for the qualification round after a Super Sunday that lived up to the hype.   Alexander Ovechkin’s hit on Jaromir Jagr turned the tides in Russia’s favor and propelled ...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 1,011 reads 9 comments

  17. Men's Olympic Hockey: USA vs. Canada Preview and Analysis

    The North American hockey world has been awaiting this game since the groupings were set in late 2008.   This game that will take place between the two countries that share the largest unprotected border on the planet will be nothing less than a war...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 944 reads 3 comments

  18. 2010 Men's Olympic Hockey: Super Sunday Will Live Up to the Hype

    Wow, so far this Olympic hockey has been off the hook and I can’t believe it’s going to get even better.   Don’t think for a second that the NHL isn’t being affected by these games as well...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 1,080 reads 8 comments

  19. 2010 Olympic Hockey Stars Shining as Expected

    The build up to this tournament has been like none before and the players and teams are living up to the hype.   There is no bigger stage for hockey than the Olympics as the world tunes in to watch the greatest players on the planet...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 617 reads 0 comments

  20. 2010 Winter Olympics: Canada vs. Switzerland-How It Should Play Out

    Canada cut through Norway like a hot knife through warm butter after a scoreless, feeling out first period, but they will have a little more of a challenge against the Swiss...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 227 reads 2 comments

  21. 2010 Women's Olympic Hockey: Why Bother? US-Canada for Gold!

    People watching Canada and the USA blowout the competition—if you can call it that—are tuning out after the first period or, in the case of the opening match between Sweden and Switzerland, falling asleep...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 521 reads 2 comments

  22. 2010 Men's Olympic Hockey: The Puck Drops For Six Teams Tuesday

    In less than 24 hours, something that has been a topic of speculation for the hockey world since Canada was given the games, the 2010 Olympic Men’s Hockey Tournament will take place...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 1,846 reads 27 comments

  23. 2010 Olympic Men’s Hockey: Meet the Canadian Forwards

    Canada’s defense core has some guys that can put the puck in the net but as on any hockey team the bulk of the offensive load will be resting on the shoulders of the forwards...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 61 reads 0 comments

  24. Canada's Best Chance for the First Olympic Gold Medal on Canadian Soil

    Canada has hosted the Olympics twice, and is hoping the third time is a charm, having failed to procure a Gold medal in both the Summer Olympics in Montreal in 1976 nor the Winter Olympics in Calgary in 1988...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 1,334 reads 1 comments

  25. 2010 Olympic Men's Hockey: Canada's Toughest Tests

    All of Canada feels as though their hockey team is the favorite to take home the gold medal and the odds-makers agree...

    Louis Pisano Written by Louis Pisano about over 4 years ago 781 reads 5 comments