Comm Ave Charity Classic Was Another Success

For one night in the summer, alumni of both Boston College and Boston University come together and play for a cause. The two rivals put their hate for one another aside to help support and raise money for both Compassionate Care ALS and the Travis Roy Foundation in the Comm Ave Charity Classic game in … Continue reading Comm Ave Charity Classic Was Another Success

Following The WNBA, The NWHL Partners With Twitter

Photo Credit: NWHL It’s no secret that the NWHL has fans. But some of those fans don’t live within traveling distance to the arena, which can be a problem if you’ve been dying to see a game. This is where a new partnership with Twitter steps in. During the third season of the NWHL, Twitter … Continue reading Following The WNBA, The NWHL Partners With Twitter

Shattenkirk Is Back In New York

Free agency in the NHL began on Saturday, July 1st and did not disappoint the fans. The Kings signed Cammalleri, Hanzal signed with the Stars, and Murphy ended up signing with the Wild. But, perhaps one of the biggest trades included Kevin Shattenkirk and the New York Rangers. Shattenkirk moved around a bit since first … Continue reading Shattenkirk Is Back In New York

Oh No DeAngelo

June 23rd was a wild day for hockey fans. As the fanbase learned which players were being traded, they live tweeted their reactions. Some were living for the trades, and others were not. One trade that caused some uproar was the trade between the New York Rangers and the Arizona Coyotes. They traded Antti Raanta … Continue reading Oh No DeAngelo

Which New York Ranger Will Go?

The official list for which players will be either protected or unprotected has been released and everyone is on the edges of their seats. Some of the unprotected players left a bad taste in some people's mouths, thinking that certain players should have been protected over others. Only one unprotected player from each team will … Continue reading Which New York Ranger Will Go?

The Elephant in the League: Outdoor Games

With the 2016-2017 hockey season winding down, there isn’t much to look forward to in the summer. So, let’s jump ahead in time and talk about the outdoor games for the 2017-2018 season. This year, there are three outdoor games scheduled, a cutback from last year's four games. Let’s start with some history. In 2003, … Continue reading The Elephant in the League: Outdoor Games

Is Las Vegas The Right Choice?

The Las Vegas Golden Knights have officially been named as the first new team for the NHL’s expansion. Choosing Las Vegas has been a subject that a lot in the hockey community have questioned. The city isn’t known for sports, but this could be a way of expanding the sport to the southwest that actually … Continue reading Is Las Vegas The Right Choice?