In the first of hopefully many interviews on this website, I caught up with NIHL 2 team Cardiff Fire Director of Hockey and Head Coach Mark Cuddihy after the teams win over the Wightlink Buccaneers.
The fire remained unbeaten on the season and are looking strong for the rest of the year.
Hope you enjoy.
I posted a video last night previewing 5 storylines to follow in the 2016-17 season. Once I finished that video I had a nap before staying up to watch the start of the hockey season.
Since then I haven’t slept and had no intention of making another video, instead my plan was to finish work and go to bed straight away.
Instead, Auston Matthews upset my plans by breaking an NHL record in just his first game. So obviously I had to talk about it
I hope you enjoy this one.
My latest video talks about five storylines I find interesting ahead of the 2016-17 NHL season, although there are plenty more to talk about.
I focus a lot on goaltending and talk a little about the Leafs and Oilers but give it a watch to see more.
With the NHL season drawing ever closer, it’s the perfect time to make bold statements that you’ll regret come the season end in April.
So in true bold statement spirit, here are the rookies I think you should know about going into the season.
The twist though, I will not talk about Auston Matthews (Toronto Maple Leafs) or Patrik Laine (Winnipeg Jets) because that would just be an easy way to use the word count that I don’t actually have, but it’d also waste your time because i’m sure you know exactly what to expect from these two.
As well as excluding Matthews and Laine, I’ll also exclude guys like Matt Murray (for obvious reasons) and William Nylander (22 games already in the NHL) just to focus on newer guys to the league.
So lets begin.
Continue reading “Top rookies for 2016-17 NOT named Matthews or Laine.”
The Edmonton Oilers have just named 19-year old generational talent Connor McDavid as their 15th captain in team history.
McDavid now joins greats like Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier while also being the youngest ever permanent captain in league history at 19-years and 266 days, beating Gabriel Landeskog by 20 days. (Brian Bellows was younger when he was named interim captain of the Minnesota North Stars in 1984).
Check out my latest video where I pretend to know what i’m talking about on this subject.
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