Saturday, December 19, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Dickie Moore

Passing: Dickie Moore

  Dickie Moore died in Montreal on December 18 at the age of 84. The Hall of Famer spent most of his 14-year NHL career with Canadiens, wearing number 12. Moore played left wing for Montreal from 1951 to 1963, winning six Stanley Cups and the Art Ross Trophy for the most regular season points twice, in 1958 and Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 19, 201511:21 pm
Friday, December 18, 2015
Journeys Into Holiday Cheer with Bing and Frank

Holiday Cheer with Bing and Frank

This classic clip comes from 1957. Frank Sinatra was appearing on a weekly ABC series for alternate sponsors Bulova Watch Co. and Liggett & Myers [Chesterfield] on Friday nights at 9pm(et). It lasted one season, and was a “mixed bag” of variety shows and dramatic episodes. Some were produced “live”; others were filmed in advance. This Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 18, 20154:02 pm
Friday, December 18, 2015
Journeys Into The North Pole is threatened by change and world politics too

The North Pole is threatened by change and world politics too

Santa and the North Pole always seemed to be safe heavens, off limits. But just as Global Warming has grown as a concern,  so too is another controversy encroaching on the peace and good will near Santa’s Workshop. It seems that many nations have eyes for the North Pole. In tones that are started to Read Article

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Thursday, December 17, 2015
Journeys Into Pollock, the Sage on a Hockey League for the Future

Pollock, the Sage on a Hockey League for the Future

Not only was Sam Pollock a brilliant General Manager, he was also innovative and progresive in anticipating a hockey future that should have been, but never came to pass. The  Hockey Writers website, features wonderful historical feature entiled “50 years ago in Hockey”. In a recent posting, it quoted Sam Pollockin 1965 on the prospect Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 17, 20157:27 pm
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Journeys Into Hockey’s Winter Classic & Authenticity

Hockey’s Winter Classic & Authenticity

They’re cranking up the publicity for the newest edition of the hockey’s Winter Classic. The event staged by the National Hockey League (NHL) on or around New Year’s Day is a regular-season ice hockey game is played outdoors, generally in a football or baseball stadium, in an area with a resident NHL team. This year’s Read Article

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Glen Sonmor, Minnesota Hockey Legend

Passing: Glen Sonmor, Minnesota Hockey Legend

Glen Sonmor, a former coach of the University of Minnesota hockey team and the Minnesota North Stars whose folksy and enthusiastic color commentary during radio broadcasts of Gophers hockey games made him a fan favorite, has died. The Canadian-born Sonmor, whose playing and coaching career spanned from the 1940s to the 1980s before he entered Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 15, 20159:46 pm
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Journeys Into New Leafs Logo on the Way

New Leafs Logo on the Way

2016-2017 marks on a centennial celebration for the Toronto Maple Leafs. For the occasion the Leafs are expected to introduce a new logo it was reported. With thanks to Sportsnet here is a history of Leafs logos. Also a narrative of the history from canada.com ShareFollow

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Monday, December 14, 2015
Journeys Into Hockey Night in Beijing as KHL Comes to China

Hockey Night in Beijing as KHL Comes to China

The Russia-based Kontinental Hockey League is expanding into China next season with a team in Beijing, the host city for the 2022 Winter Olympics. KHL deputy chairman Roman Rotenberg told Russia’s Tass agency on Monday that the unnamed team will start play in September at the 18,000-capacity MasterCard Center in Beijing, the 2008 Olympic basketball Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 14, 20159:31 pm