Stoned cats make excellent hockey viewing partners.
I was just enjoying this game, when… BAM!
From Nabokov to Varlamov to Bryzgalov, and everywhere in between.
I can’t believe this has to be said.
Gender stereotyping everywhere!
Read the whole thing here.
And tries to act like his mind isn’t blown.
The Mighty Ducks franchise is the gift that keeps on giving.
The newspaper business after dark.
Alex Picard showers alone tonight.
Colin Wilson can finally emerge from the basement.
Have a rec-league team and need a goalie? Sid the Kid is available.
Santa must not know the Leafs are currently undefeated this season.
As if drunk driving weren’t embarrassing enough without costumes.
Sidney Crosby just needs a beauty and a beat, guys.
Oh man, Don Cherry — are you OK?
When two goalies fight, everyone wins.
I mean, there aren’t any games for them to play right now because of the lockout, but — still exciting!
The NHL is the Pabst Blue Ribbon of professional sports leagues.
There’s a good chance you won’t be watching hockey this fall. And the NHL is okay with that.
There are no out male athletes in the major league sports world today. But among pro ballers, the straight part of the gay-straight alliance is finally getting itself off the ground.
If you’re wondering why there still aren’t any openly gay players in professional sports, Devils defenseman Cam Janssen’s recent comments should give you some idea.
Every year the NHL heads to Las Vegas to name the recipients of their post-season awards in an oddly flashy display for such a gritty sport. Since the telecast is strapped for time here are the winners of some lesser known trophies from the regular season and the playoffs.
Context is immensely important in sports. Which is why, when you remove it and turn things into few-second GIFs, they become the funniest things in the world.
The police were out in force to prevent anything too serious, so we avoided a repeat of last year’s Vancouver riots. (Of course, in that case, Vancouver lost.) But there were still small riots and civil disobedience after the Kings won the Stanley Cup.
Since their inception in 1967, the Los Angeles Kings had never won hockey’s biggest prize. That all changed last night.
Watch John Tortorella and Bob Costas sound like your grandparents as they talk about the media.
A rerun of Rules Of Engagement drew a bigger audience! RULES OF ENGAGEMENT! That’s that David Spade show you forgot existed!