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The New York Islanders were once a dynasty in the National Hockey League, winning four consecutive Stanley Cups in the 1980's. Now, the team is on shaky ground and hasn't seen any substantial playoff success in nearly 20 years.
Published by Tom Samworth 82 months ago in Hockey | +7 votes | 8 comments
The Wayne Gretzky rookie card is the most valuable of all hockey collectors cards. As with many valuable collectibles, the market has been invaded by fakes. Can you determine if your Wayne Gretzky card is authentic or a worthless fake?
Published by Tom Samworth 95 months ago in Hockey | +10 votes | 7 comments
Fighting is vital to the National Hockey League. Although a controversial topic, the fight for it seems to be much stronger.
Published by Nick Purcell 87 months ago in Hockey | +0 votes | 6 comments
Charlie Simmer got his National Hockey League start with the California Golden Seals but it was with the Los Angeles Kings where his NHL hockey career took off. Part of the Triple Crown line, along with Dave Taylor and Marcel Dionne, Simmer is forever in the hearts of Los Angeles Kings fans.
Published by Tom Samworth 74 months ago in Hockey | +7 votes | 5 comments
The International Ice Hockey Federation recognizes a unique accomplishment with their Triple Gold Club. All you need to do is win a World Championship, an Olympic gold medal and a Stanley Cup.
Published by Tom Samworth 84 months ago in Hockey | +10 votes | 5 comments
50 goals in a season is the ultimate goal of most NHL hockey players. To score 70 or more in a season is a divine accomplishment.
Published by Tom Samworth 81 months ago in Hockey | +13 votes | 4 comments
The 1964-65 Niagara Falls Flyers were one of the most dominant teams in Canadian Junior hockey history. Find out how these players developed into career National Hockey League skaters.
Published by Tom Samworth 85 months ago in Hockey | +11 votes | 4 comments
The Montreal Maroons co-existed with the Montreal Canadiens from 1924 until 1938. The Montreal Maroons: The Forgotten Stanley Cup Champions chronicles the life and death of Montreal\\\'s NHL team for the English.
Published by Tom Samworth 86 months ago in Hockey | +8 votes | 4 comments
Eddie Shack never won any major individual awards in the NHL and isn't in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Yet, over 35 years after he last laced up the skates for an NHL game, he is still one of the most recognizable icons in Canada.
Published by Tom Samworth 87 months ago in Hockey | +6 votes | 4 comments
Featuring the best single season performance by an NHL team in each decade since the inception of the professional hockey league in the 1920's.
Published by Tom Samworth 95 months ago in Hockey | +10 votes | 4 comments
Hard luck seems to follow NHL hockey player, Marian Hossa. Will the Hossa curse keep the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks from winning the Stanley Cup?
Published by Tom Samworth 95 months ago in Hockey | +4 votes | 4 comments
For some National Hockey League teams, drafted and developing a player that will go on to a career of 1,000 or more games is a rarity. The Montreal Canadiens drafted four at the 1984 NHL Entry Draft that all accomplished this feat.
Published by Tom Samworth 74 months ago in Hockey | +4 votes | 3 comments
The St. Louis Blues achieved early National Hockey League success, making it to the Stanley Cup finals in their first three years of existence. Helping out the Blues were a handful of NHL veterans, such as Glenn Hall and Jacques Plante, among others.
Published by Tom Samworth 75 months ago in Hockey | +4 votes | 3 comments
The St. Louis Blues have been a part of the National Hockey League since the 1967-68 season. Although no Stanley Cup victories have come their way, the Blues have enjoyed having some great NHL players on their roster over the years.
Published by Tom Samworth 77 months ago in Hockey | +9 votes | 3 comments
The Belleville Bulls are quietly one of the top producers of professional hockey players in the Ontario Hockey League. Along the way, they have produced three Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy winners as the top point-getter in the OHL.
Published by Tom Samworth 77 months ago in Hockey | +10 votes | 3 comments
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