Lawsuit reveals the awful nature of Hockey Canada culture

Lawsuit reveals the awful nature of Hockey Canada culture

Hockey Canada CEO Tom RenneyImage: Getty Images Sporting higher-ups being brought in front of a government hearing isn’t restricted to these borders, as yesterday the CEO, president, and chief of the board of governors of Hockey Canada were questioned by Canadian MPs over a settled lawsuit by a woman claiming she was gang-raped by eight … Read more

Lightning rely on championship mettle for Game 3 win in Stanley Cup Final

Lightning rely on championship mettle for Game 3 win in Stanley Cup Final

The back-to-back Stanley Cup champions had been overwhelmed in a 7-0 loss in Game 2 at Ball Arena in Denver on Saturday, and they were down 2-0 in the best-of-7 series. “That showing last game didn’t sit well with anyone in that locker room,” forward Anthony Cirelli said. “We knew we had to come out … Read more

Kenan Thompson looking forward to hosting 2022 NHL Awards again

Kenan Thompson looking forward to hosting 2022 NHL Awards again

Kenan Thompson said he is looking forward to hosting the 2022 NHL Awards on Tuesday, three years after he hosted the last live edition of the event prior to the coronavirus pandemic. The Emmy-award winning actor and comedian will be front and center at Armature Works in Tampa (7 pm ET; ESPN, SN, TVAS) to … Read more

Bruins fire head coach Bruce Cassidy after 6 seasons at helm

Bruins fire head coach Bruce Cassidy after 6 seasons at helm

The Boston Bruins have fired head coach Bruce Cassidy three weeks after the team was eliminated from the playoffs. of the Year. Cassidy, 57, led the Bruins to the playoffs in each of his six seasons at the helm. Boston reached the Stanley Cup Final under Cassidy in 2019.”After 14 years working with Bruce, this … Read more

Rangers won’t take ‘momentum’ for granted ahead of Game 3

Rangers won't take 'momentum' for granted ahead of Game 3

TAMPA, Fla. —Gerard Gallant is not a believer in momentum. The Rangers’ head coach has a philosophy of focusing on the now. What happens today has nothing to do with yesterday. That has bled into his team, and he’s not about to change it now. But even Gallant had to make a slight concession on … Read more

‘Unreal’ Igor Shesterkin heroic again to close out Rangers’ win

'Unreal' Igor Shesterkin heroic again to close out Rangers' win

K’Andre Miller leaned forward in his chair, all his weight on his elbows. Something between exasperation and appreciation crossed his face. “I mean,” he said, “I can’t imagine the times people have said nice things about Igor bailing us out at this point of the year.” For much of Friday night, it looked as if … Read more

ESPN misses big story at end of Rangers-Hurricanes series

ESPN misses big story at end of Rangers-Hurricanes series

At this point we should be grateful for what ESPN is not. It’s not, for example and thank goodness, the Do It Yourself Invasive Surgery Channel or the Home Gas Leak Mending Network. If ESPN didn’t know before the seven-game Rangers-Hurricanes Stanley Cup playoff series, it had to know after Game 3. And it had … Read more

Rangers did the unexpected by humbling Andrei Vasilevskiy

Rangers did the unexpected by humbling Andrei Vasilevskiy

So, finally. After facing a confederation of second- and third-string goaltenders in their seven-game victories over the Penguins and Hurricanes, the Rangers faced a No. 1 goaltender Wednesday in the opener of the conference finals at the Garden. And that wasn’t just a No. 1 goaltender, it was the No. 1 goaltender in the NHL, … Read more

McDavid, MacKinnon bring star power to Oilers-Avalanche Western Final

McDavid, MacKinnon bring star power to Oilers-Avalanche Western Final

DENVER — Connor McDavid and Nathan MacKinnon weren’t taking the bait. Two of the best players in the NHL are facing each other in the Western Conference Final but when asked about it, neither McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers nor MacKinnon of the Colorado Avalanche were looking at it that way. “They’re a good team … Read more

A good man: Exhibits honor ‘Peanuts’ creator Schulz on 100th

A good man: Exhibits honor 'Peanuts' creator Schulz on 100th

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — In a series of “Peanuts” comic strips that ran in mid-April of 1956, Charlie Brown grasps the string of his kite, which was stuck in what came to be known in the long-running strip as the “kite-eating tree.” In one episode that week, a frustrated Charlie Brown declines an offer from … Read more