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Pat Quinn’s Greatest Hit

9 hours agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

When he knocked Bobby Orr out cold during a 1969 playoff game, the truculent Leaf nearly incited a riot at Boston Garden. “By National Hockey League standards he is slow and a trifle awkward,” was the Globe and Mail’s assessment of rookie Maple Leafs defenceman Pat Quinn in December 1968. Show More Summary

Pat Quinn, L.A. Kings coach in mid-1980s, dies at 71

When Pat Quinn left Philadelphia to coach the Kings for the 1984-85 National Hockey League season, he brought along his law school books and squeezed in enough study time to complete his degree at the University of San Diego.

The Biggest Takeaways from the 1st Quarter of the 2014-15 NHL Season

Time flies when you're having fun. One-quarter of the National Hockey League's 2014-15 regular season is already in the books. Fans have been treated to some terrific hockey, from both established stars and emerging players. For theShow More Summary

Canadian Hockey Fans Help Finish Singing the American National Anthem After Audio Glitch at a Hockey Game in Toronto

4 days agoOdd : Laughing Squid

During the singing of the American national anthem at a Toronto Maple Leafs–Nashville Predators hockey game at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on Tuesday, the singer was interrupted when the microphone abruptly cut out. In an adorable demonstration...Show More Summary

Toronto Maple Leafs fans blow Americans’ minds by memorizing all the words to the U.S. National Anthem

An arena full of Canadian hockey fans did something this week that few arenas full of American fans could ever reciprocate. When a technical glitch knocked out the microphone of the singer belting out the U.S. national anthem before a Toronto Maple Leafs game on Tuesday, the audience was able to pick up where she […]

Ice Hockey: NHL results and standings

National Hockey League results and standings after Thursday's games: Los Angeles 3, Carolina 2 San Jose 2, Florida 3 (SO) Dallas 3, Arizona 1 Toronto 5, Tampa Bay 2 Montréal 4, St. Louis 1 Ottawa 3, Nashville 2 Vancouver 3, Anaheim 4...Show More Summary

VIDEO: An INCREDIBLE Display of Respect For America: Toronto Maple Leafs Fans Sing National Anthem After Mike Fails

It’s a heartwarming video that has gone viral. During a hockey game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Nashville Predators, the mic failed during the singing of the American

Maple Leafs fans sing US national anthem after microphone cuts out

It would have been easy to remain silent, or laugh, or even boo the "Star Spangled Banner" like we've unfortunately seen happen with the Canadian anthem at hockey games stateside -- but Toronto Maple Leafs fans didn't. We often hearShow More Summary

Classy Fans

We like hockey. A lot. And this is one of the reasons why: These were Canadian fans stepping up in the midst of technical difficulties to assist in completing the United States national anthem. After the terror attacks in Canada, fans at NHL stadiums across the US stood in solidarity with the Canadian people. Show More Summary

Canadians Singing US National Anthem At Hockey Game Proves Sportsmanship Isn’t Dead [Video]

Canadian Maple Leaf hockey fans did something remarkable at a game against the Nashville Predators on November 18, 2014. Though hockey is known for being on the rough and competitive side, Canadians proved that there is always room for sportsmanship. Show More Summary

Hockey fans help singer finish U.S. national anthem after her mic cuts out

When technical difficulties struck, the audience picked up where she left off.

The Biggest Storylines to Watch in Week 6 of the 2014-15 NHL Season

As the 2014-15 National Hockey League season heads into its sixth week, at least as many interesting storylines are being generated off the ice as from the games. Jakub Voracek leads the NHL scoring race after Sunday night's games, but he can't change his team's fortunes alone. Show More Summary

Watch the Predators mascot pie Oilers fans in the face

A night in the life of Jack and Diane, as told by SB Nation: Jack and Diane decided to go to the Nashville Predators game on Tuesday night to watch their favorite team, the Edmonton Oilers, play hockey. This is a dramatic reenactment...Show More Summary

NHL COO John Collins Comments on League Potentially Using Ads on Jerseys

The National Hockey League is moving forward with a landmark policy of endorsing sponsors by selling advertising space on its players' jerseys. John Collins, the league's Chief Operating Officer, offered an update on the impending action,...Show More Summary

Bob Cole, still doing it his way, baby

It is the the morning of a National Hockey League game at Madison Square Garden, and Bob Cole is very happy to be here. Not “happy to be alive” happy or what the internet now refers to as “blessed.” He is “there is a hockey game tonight” happy. I realize this as he describes to me the […] The post Bob Cole, still doing it his way, baby appeared first on Awful Announcing.

NHL Tuesday: 24 teams in action on busy night of hockey

24 of the NHL's 30 teams are in action on Tuesday evening. Tuesday is always a busy night in the National Hockey League, and this week is no different, with 24 of the league's 30 teams in action and nationally televised games on both sides of the border. The Los Angeles Kings ride a six-game winning streak into Philadelphia at 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Tuesday's NHL schedule: Times, TV schedule and how to watch online

24 of the NHL's 30 teams are in action on Tuesday evening. Tuesday is always a busy night in the National Hockey League, and this week is no different, with 24 of the league's 30 teams in action and nationally televised games on both sides of the border. The Los Angeles Kings ride a six-game winning streak into Philadelphia at 7 p.m. Show More Summary

NHL News: Phoenix–Er–Arizona Coyotes Have New Owners…Again.

It used to be the biggest joke in the National Hockey League. The Phoenix Coyotes were seemingly perpetually for sale after the league stepped into save the team from bankruptcy in 2009. For four years, the league ran the team, all the while trying to sell them. Show More Summary

Win a trip to the Stanley Cup with NHL Hat Trick Challenge

So you are a big hockey fan and think you know a lot of about the National Hockey League. Now you have a chance to prove it by downloading and playing the NHL Hat Trick Challenge. This free universal app require iOS 6.0 or later and offers users a...

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