1. NHL Owners: Will You Please Stand Up?

    I figured that as time passed, more sense would be kicked into the NHL regarding their sticky bidding war of the Phoenix Coyotes. However, I was sadly mistaken. Let’s get one thing out of the way: I am not a Jim Balsillie fan...

    Ian Froese Written by Ian Froese about over 5 years ago 428 reads 6 comments

  2. Why Aren't We Caring About the World Baseball Classic?

    As an old expression goes, if a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it still make a sound? Sadly, in this day and age, the World Baseball Classic (WBC) is that tree...

    Ian Froese Written by Ian Froese about almost 6 years ago 145 reads 6 comments

  3. Five Tips on Meeting the Stanley Cup

    For some hockey fans, the chance of their team winning the Stanley Cup in their lifetime is slim to none (*cough, cough* Toronto Maple Leafs). Therefore, the next best chance to see the Cup is when a local boy brings it home...

    Ian Froese Written by Ian Froese about over 6 years ago 399 reads 2 comments

  4. Ray Emery a Distraction?: Get Real!

    Following a trip to the 2007 Stanley Cup Final and then getting off to a 15-2 start last season, the Ottawa Senators began to free-fall, and most of the blame was thrown at starting goaltender Ray Emery...

    Ian Froese Written by Ian Froese about over 6 years ago 831 reads 12 comments

  5. Forget Gary Bettman: Brian Burke vs Kevin Lowe Good for NHL

    There is no doubt that the argument between Anaheim GM Brian Burke and his Edmonton counterpart Kevin Lowe is pretty childish...

    Ian Froese Written by Ian Froese about over 6 years ago 657 reads 3 comments

  6. Hoping for the Best for Olaf Kolzig

    Loyal and resilient, Olaf Kolzig has played in 711 NHL games, all of them with the Washington Capitals organization. You would think that he would be treated with a truckload of respect from ...

    Ian Froese Written by Ian Froese about over 6 years ago 359 reads 2 comments

  7. Is it time to let Don Cherry go?

    Known for his extravagant suits, unwavering patriotism and above all as a Canadian cultural icon, Don ‘Grapes’ Cherry has worked for CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada for 28 years...

    Ian Froese Written by Ian Froese about over 6 years ago 468 reads 0 comments