1. Why the Pittsburgh Penguins Will Repeat...and Repeat...and Repeat

    There are many reasons why I think the Pens will repeat. but there is quite simply only one major reason....that guy called Crosby. Ever since Sid entered the NHL the Pens have improved every season in the playoffs...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about over 4 years ago 147 reads 1 comments

  2. Team Canada 2010: My Outlook

    Team Canada 2010 has to be one of the toughest teams to choose in all of sports. I mean, seriously, Canada has enough players to put two teams out there. The following is my preliminary lists of possible candidates...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 5 years ago 77 reads 4 comments

  3. How To Make the NHL Playoffs Better for Everybody

    There are many things about the NHL today that bug me. The aspect of the game that bugs me the most is the way the playoff system is set up...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about over 5 years ago 484 reads 8 comments

  4. Buffalo Sabres Look to Make Moves at the Trade Deadline

    Much talk lately has been about whether or not the Sabres should trade Tim Connolly. My answer to this? No way! The Sabres would be foolish to trade their best player (besides Miller) away right before the playoffs...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about over 5 years ago 396 reads 11 comments

  5. Looking Forward To the 2009 NHL Draft

    A lot of people are wondering who will rank No. 1 in the 2009 NHL Draft. I don't think that question can be answered until the lottery is finished. Different teams need different players at different times...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about over 5 years ago 1,075 reads 4 comments

  6. NHL Western Conference Midseason Report Card

    Here is the other half of my report card in regards to the Western Conference. My grades are based on overall performance and whether the team has lived up to, exceeded, or failed to meet preseason expectations...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about over 5 years ago 139 reads 3 comments

  7. NHL Eastern Conference Midseason Report Card

    This is my rendition of how the fifteen teams in the Eastern Conference fared in the first half of the 2008-09 NHL season...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about over 5 years ago 126 reads 14 comments

  8. Don't Change a Thing: The Best NHL Tradititons

    Here is what I think are the 10 best traditions to ever live in the NHL: 10. Fighting Fights have been a part of hockey since the first games in NHL history. Why change anything now? 9...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about almost 6 years ago 776 reads 5 comments

  9. 2008-09 NHL Western Conference Predictions

    This is the third and final part of my three-part predictions. First I did the Eastern Conference, then the awards, and now the powerhouse Western Conference. So read, enjoy, and discuss...here come some disagreements for sure...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about almost 6 years ago 3,141 reads 13 comments

  10. 2008-09 NHL Awards Predictions

    Along with my Eastern Conference predictions, let me offer my '08-09 award predictions... Hart Trophy The Hart Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player judged to be the most valuable to his team...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about almost 6 years ago 2,063 reads 2 comments

  11. NHL: 2008-09 Eastern Conference Predictions

    As always, every summer I put out my predictions for the upcoming NHL season. This is my first edition on bleacher report. Part two will be my awards thoughts for '09, but here is my 1-15 eastern conference prediction...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 3,011 reads 45 comments

  12. Open Mic: All Time Blue Jays Line-Up

    Here is my position-by-position all time Toronto Blue Jays line-up. Outfield: George Bell Devon White Lloyd Moseby Third Base: Kelly Gruber Shortstop: ...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 452 reads 1 comments

  13. Buffalo Sabres: The All Time Team

    Here is who I think would make up the all time Sabres roster. It took a lot of stat reading and tough choices, but here are the players who I think would make the cut...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 754 reads 3 comments

  14. Bonds in Pinstripes: The first steps

    Just 10 days after Barry Bonds’ agent Jeff Borris said that he was not optimistic about his client finding employment during the 2008 season, the Yankees brass spoke about signing ...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 348 reads 1 comments

  15. Geroy Simon among CFL's Greatest Receivers of all Time?

    It might be the most frequently used name in the CFL, but only one player has it and defensive backs around the league have grown tired of it. That name is Geroy Simon. The veteran slotback for the B...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 660 reads 1 comments

  16. MLB: Trio Gives All-Star Festivities a Canadian Feel

    NEW YORK—Ryan Dempster can envision the ultimate Canadian convergence in Tuesday's All-Star Game: him on the mound, Russell Martin behind the plate and Justin Morneau in the batter's box...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 355 reads 0 comments

  17. A.J. Burnett Pitches Gem on Three Days Rest

    Whether the Blue Jays were showcasing AJ Burnett or not, their decision to start him on three days rest was a pretty good choice. As AJ's name has been swirling in trade rumors, it seems as though there is no distraction that can rock this guy...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 272 reads 1 comments

  18. John Tavares: The Next "Next One"

    There's a new kid on the block in the hockey world and his name is John Tavares. Tavares made his Ontario Hockey League debut in September of 2005, just days before his 15th birthday...

    Dan Noon Written by Dan Noon about 6 years ago 495 reads 6 comments