It's a good thing the Detroit Red Wings had a day off yesterday, they needed it after what happened on Saturday out in Phoenix. For those of you that missed it, not only did the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Wings, but they did it with just about the biggest of exclamation points you can do it with in the game of hockey.
So it appears Blackhawks fans are crying that the referees were looking for a make up call after Johan Franzen was hit from behind. So when did this mythical "make-up" come? Well supposedly it came in the 3rd period when the Andrew Shaw goal was waived off. Really? you sure it wasn't waived off because he was interfering with Jimmy Howard? You be the judge, check out the video.
The key to the Chicago Blackhawks stellar season may have been revealed through what some call a routine or Freudian slip. So what the big secret? How'd they manage to only lose seven games this year? the answer is found in the words of CSN Chicago reporter Susannah Collins.
Most people would think that L.A. isn't much of a hockey community. Sure the Kings won the cup, but still i think most hockey fans would say that L.A. isn't a real hockey city. I would tend to agree. But despite what the rest of the hockey world says or thinks. Apparently, their are some die hard hockey fans in L.A. How die hard you ask? Check out the video to see.
If you're a fan of hockey I think you'll like this. As most fans know (and just like the rest of the sports world) we all have routines or favorite zones of the field, court or ice. You know, that one spot where you know if you can get there it's guaranteed points on the board for your team...
This is way SICK !!!, Pavel Datsyuk straight up brakes Logan Coutrue's ankles. This is the hockey equivalent of some nasty street ball moves. Check it out, I can pretty much guarantee you'll watch it more than once.
Despite have Kyle Quincey, Mikael Samuelsson, Todd Bertuzzi, & Darren Helm all still on the DL, the wings have managed to pull together a nice string of wins while hangin' out on the west coast this week, with tonight game against the San Jose Sharks being the last stop on the west coast road trip before heading home to play Division rival Chicago.