By Tim Fraser On New Year’s Day 2008, the NHL will be taking their game back to where it all began: outdoors. The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Buffalo Sabres will square off at Buffalo’s Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, in only the second regular season... Read more
The National Hockey League’s 2007-2008 schedule has been released exclusively on The league will open its season in London, England as the Anaheim Ducks take on the Los Angeles Kings in a two game Series September 29th and 30th. Read more
Without a binding agreement between Nashville Predators owner Craig Leipold and Canadian billionaire Jim Balsillie, talk of the team relocating to Canada is strictly premature. That was NHL commissioner Gary Bettman’s stern message Wednesday after a meeting of the league’s board of governors. Leipold and Balsillie, the co-CEO of... Read more
HAMILTON (CP) – There’s no guarantee that the NHL will be coming to Hamilton but hockey fans already have the option of reserving their seats at Copps Coliseum. Ticketmaster began taking deposits for Hamilton Predators season tickets on Thursday even though Jim Balsillie’s purchase of the NHL team in... Read more
By Stacey Willets TicketNews announces its exclusive weekly Top 10s and analysis for the week of 5/21/07 – 5/27/07. OVERALL TOP 10 EVENTS Event This Week Last Week Wicked 1 1 American Idols Live! 2 2 Boston Red Sox 3 3 NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Ottawa Senators 4 n/a... Read more
By Stacey Willets releases its exclusive weekly Top Tens today. Read on for a sneak peek of this week’s hot events. Yesterday marked the unofficial start of summer. Folks are digging their shorts out of storage, purchasing new swimsuits, packing their beach bags, and, strangely enough, buying hockey... Read more
NBC’s decision to break away from a sudden-death elimination NHL playoff game to show the Preakness Stakes pre-show may be an indication that network coverage of professional hockey in the US may be on its last legs. . . Read more

Save the NHL

NHL November 21, 2006

By Scott Timpano Before the National Hockey League melts away from the American sports scene, please go see a game. The NHL’s lack of popularity lately is really troubling for me. We’re the same country that doesn’t like soccer because it’s too slow, loves football for the violence, and... Read more