Live On Twitter



NEWS BY DIVISION

Like Our Facebook Page

COLUMNS

Features

Results 1 - 10 of 672

Almost 15 years after having his career prematurely ended due to concussion issues, former Oilers and Rangers defenseman Jeff Beukeboom sits down with Dan Marrazza to discuss the state of player safety in the NHL. November 19, 1998. Los Angeles, California. The New York Rangers are visiting...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Monday, 28 October 2013 Tags: NHL, hockey, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Matt Johnson, Jeff Beukeboom, New York, Rangers, Los Angeles, Kings
With NHL '14, EA Sports didn't reinvent the wheel like they did seven years ago. What they did do, however, is continue to innovate and improve one of the most critically acclaimed sports video game franchises. Seven years ago, EA Sports released NHL ’07 and completely revolutionized...
Blake Benzel | News/Features | Monday, 30 September 2013 Tags: NHL, hockey, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, EA Sports, NHL 14, review
As a player, Hockey Hall of Famer Jari Kurri is most remembered as Wayne Gretzky's triggerman on one the most lethal goal-scoring duo in hockey history. Today Kurri, age 53, is the general manager tasked with leading Finland to its first men's Olympic hockey gold medal. Teemu Selanne’s...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Wednesday, 25 September 2013 Tags: NHL, hockey, hpt.com, hockeyprimetime.com, 2014, olympics, Jarri Kurri, Teemu Selanne, Finland
The names James Shannon, Antonio Arcaroli, Colin Redmond, Jameson Klein, Christopher John, Jamie Sussman, Michael O'Brien, Ben Friedman, Landon Whayne, Dylan Gallagher, Dylan Stiles, Kevin Rush, Constantinos Raftis, Carson Kopff and Niko Scherrer may not be household names yet, but the hockey world...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Friday, 13 September 2013 Tags: hockey, NHL, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Philadelphia, Flyers, Claude Giroux, Scott Hartnell, North Jersey, Avalanche, Tom Kurth
Thirty-three years after helping the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team to a memorable gold-medal finish, Mark Johnson, now age 55, has become one of the most accomplished women's hockey coaches in the United States. Lake Placid. In the landscape of American sports, those two words alone tell a...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Monday, 19 August 2013 Tags: NCAA, hockey, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, University, Wisconsin, Badgers, Mark Johnson |1 comment
In hockey circles, former NHL goalie Sean Burke has become one of THE most-respected authorities in coaching goaltenders. And it’s hard to argue with Burke’s results as goalie coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, where since 2009, he’s established a pattern of turning other teams’...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Tuesday, 06 August 2013 Tags: NHL, hockey, hockeyprimetime.com, hpt.com, Sean Burke, Phoenix, Coyotes
Jocelyn Thibault suited up for six different teams during his 14-year NHL career; however, the most prevailing image of him in the eyes of many fans is as “the guy the Montreal Canadiens got in return for Patrick Roy” on December 6, 1995. These days, Thibault’s reputation is...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Tuesday, 06 August 2013 Tags: NHL, QMJHL, hockey, hpt.com, hockeyprimetime.com, Jocelyn Thibault, Sherbrooke, Phoenix
On July 24, the 2014 U.S. Paralympic Sled Hockey Team roster was announced. While all 18 Americans named to the roster have backgrounds that include Herculean tales of overcoming mountainous obstacles, it’s impossible to ignore the extra notable presence of military veterans on this...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Tuesday, 30 July 2013 Tags: hockey, sled hockey, Sochi, paralympics, Team USA, Rico Roman, Josh Sweeney, Paul Schaus, Jen Lee
An offensive star with the prestigious London Knights, Max Domi’s style of play doesn’t have much in common with that of his father, who was one of the NHL’s most feared pugilists ever. But despite their different on-ice skill-sets, Max, the Phoenix Coyotes’ 2013 first-round...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Saturday, 20 July 2013 Tags: NHL, hockey, hpt.com, hockeyprimetime.com, Phoenix, Coyotes, Max Domi
The past few years, the Edmonton Oilers have stuck to taking high-octane offensive players in the first round of the draft, as opposed to addressing their defensive needs. With the selection of Darnell Nurse with the seventh overall pick in the 2013 Entry Draft, Craig MacTavish looks to be trying...
Dan Marrazza | News/Features | Thursday, 11 July 2013 Tags: NHL, hockey, hpt.com, hockeyprimetime.com, Edmonton, Oilers, Craig MacTavish, Darnell Nurse

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>
Page 1 of 68


Powered by AlphaContent 4.0.11 © 2005-2014 - All rights reserved