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Friday, January 29, 2016
Journeys Into The All-Star Game Long Before Before 3 on 3

The All-Star Game Long Before Before 3 on 3

  This year’s NHL All-Star Game will be a curiosity because of its new 3×3 format, as well as the intriguing John Scott story. For those looking for something beyond Nashville, here is a blast from the past – when the All-Star game was very different. First, it was just a game. Second, it was Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 29, 201611:30 pm
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Journeys Into For Keon, A Page is Finally Turned

For Keon, A Page is Finally Turned

Forty years later everyone can finally move on. Dave Keon was honoured by the Toronot Maple Leafs on Saturday night (along with Tim Horton and Turk Broda). All three are the latest having sculptures added to Legends Row later in the year. Keon was estranged from the Leafs for several years, after a nasty parting in Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 24, 201612:05 am
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Journeys Into Strong Radio Signals from 1960’s Hockey Outposts Beyond  “the Original Six”

Strong Radio Signals from 1960’s Hockey Outposts Beyond “the Original Six”

A generation of baseball fans have vividly recalled falling alseep with transistor radios under pillows to the sounds of baseball being called by the likes of Vin Scully, Ken Coleman, Chuck Thompson, Ernie Harwell, Jack Brickhouse, Bob Murphy and Mel Allen. Hockey fans of that era have stories of their own. Most prominent are those Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 23, 20165:23 pm
Friday, January 22, 2016
Journeys Into Remembering the Niagara Falls Flyers (& Happ Ems)

Remembering the Niagara Falls Flyers (& Happ Ems)

It may be a team unfamiliar to some, but once the Niagara Falls Flyers were a name known to many – and not just on the Niagara Peninsula. The Flyers were actually two junior hockey franchises that played in the top tier of the Ontario Hockey Association.  The first, a Junior “A” team existed from Read Article

Posted by: Admin 7:11 pm
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Journeys Into Nashville’s Hockey History

Nashville’s Hockey History

This year’s NHL All-Star weekend is being held in Nasheville, Music City, now home to the Predators. Much of the publicity about the game has involved the new format for the game and the John Scott controversy. However, there is an interesting story to be told beyond the rink – a history of hockey in Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 20, 20162:27 am
Friday, January 1, 2016
Journeys Into Women’s Hockey Classic Follow-up

Women’s Hockey Classic Follow-up

The good news is that Women’s Porfessional Hockey finally got a moment to celebrate its accomplishment. The bad news is that it remains a work in progress – unfortunately a vityim of turf battles in the midst of growing pains. The Boston Pride and Les Canadiennes de Montreal faced off at the Winter Classic near Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 1, 20164:22 pm
Friday, January 1, 2016
Journeys Into Perhaps the Finest Moment in Bruins-Canadiens History

Perhaps the Finest Moment in Bruins-Canadiens History

There are many memorable moments in the Montreal-Boston rivalry. Which you select as your personal tops, of course, depends on which side of the divide you sit. If a Montreal fan, you are likely to recall 1971 and the heroics of Jean Beliveau and Ken Dryden or the 1979 Too Many Men on the Ice Read Article

Posted by: Admin 6:18 am