A pile of gravy-soaked fries with cheese shavings does not count.
Stephen Peat turned himself into the B.C. RCMP.
Honestly, I don't know what I'm more tired of, and I don't know what exhausts me more: fighting in the National Hockey League, or the debate that has raged like a wildfire for as long as I can recall on the contentious issue of... fighting in the National Hockey League. Fighting's going nowhere. Don Cherry will stop prefacing every comment he makes with "I gotta tell ya" before fighting is banned. Players will stop wearing protective cups. And arenas around the league will stop overcharging for beer. Why? Because it's fighting that puts the National Hockey League at the top of sportscasts.
WASHINGTON - The Winter Classic is moving south of the Mason-Dixon Line, which means it's time to check the forecast. "Now
There are officially eight teams playing for the Stanley Cup in round two -- but with the exception of the Philadelphia Flyers I'm not sure what game they're playing. I just know that if Alexander Ovechkin isn't allowed on the ice, it can't possibly be hockey.
No team is this much fun to watch lose. No team is this much fun to watch win. I'm talking of course, about the Washington Capitals.
Alex Ovechkin's scoring may have cooled off but he's a hot topic again after performing in a Russian rap video. The Washington