There’s one particular phrase that St. Louis Blues fans have heard over and over in the past decade or so. At this point, many of us are sick of hearing about “buy in”.
In honour of Black History Month, we’re revisiting one of our favourite episodes in Glass and Out history, featuring the legendary Willie O’Ree.
The biggest news story after the Edmonton Oilers‘ 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday was that Connor McDavid scored his 500th point in the NHL. But another milestone was also reached for Oilers coach Dave Tippett, who secured his 600th win as an NHL head coach.
Highlighting Black players throughout Buffalo Sabres history
When it comes to international sports, each region has its own specialty. In the EU, football and rugby dominate, while South America focuses solely on football. Meanwhile, South Asia has a thriving cricket industry, and North America has basketball and its own version of ‘football’.
Jason Spezza says the Toronto Maple Leafs had conversations — physically distanced, of course — at the start of training camp to discuss the uncertainty of what lay ahead.
The Blues had lost three straight games to Arizona, and a few areas were starting to catch up with them.
Ken Hitchcock didn’t plan on sending a text or placing a congratulatory call to his good friend Barry Trotz. Of all the coaches on the all-time NHL coaching wins list, it’s fitting that Trotz passed Hitchcock on Monday with win No. 850.
Adversity is a huge part of any hockey season. The team that can overcome it the most, is usually set up to make a run. For the Dallas Stars, they go even further than just overcoming it.
Barry Trotz continues to add to his illustrious career.
The New York Islanders bench boss picked up win No. 850, passing Ken Hitchock and moving into third on the NHL’s all-time coaching wins list on Monday with the club’s 2-0 win over the New York Rangers.
San Jose Sharks coach Bob Boughner made it clear well before the start of training camp that he wouldn’t be letting anybody coast this season, and that included established veterans.
Each month we’ll give a shout out to one NHL team’s coaching staff for pulling out ahead of the pack. The month of January 2021 goes to the Boston Bruins coaching staff!