Explorations of the offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked and forgotten
Journeys Hockey

To some hockey is just a game. To others of us it represents something much more. We feel a special connection to the game, its cultures and its traditions.

These days there is unprecedented coverage and accessibility to the game – especially the NHL –  like never before. But there are so many cultures and narratives to be told. There are “Journeys Into” the teams, games, players, “builders of the game”, buildings and broadcasters of the past. There are also narratives that come from places far away from the daily scores, standings and transactions.

They may come from the Forum, the Gardens, the Olympia or the Old Garden (let’s not forget the Stadium) to Johnny Bower.  Or perhaps from Hockey Night in Dixie, Howie Meeker or the Pond Hockey Championships.

Journeys into Hockey is about explorations into hockey’s offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked and forgotten.

So, hello to hockey fans in Canada, the United States and beyond. We’re so glad you’re here. Let’s Journey together.

Thursday, September 13, 2018
Journeys Into A Moving Hockey Night in Humboldt

A Moving Hockey Night in Humboldt

It was a tough night. A community and a nation came together last night as Humboldt gathered for their first game since last Spring’s tragedy to the Broncos when 16 were killed in a bus crash. In a game televised commercial-free in Canada and the United States, the Broncos faced the Nipawin Hawks, the team Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 13, 20188:20 pm
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Journeys Into A Pair of Fours

A Pair of Fours

Jean Beliveau and Rangers’ Arnie Brown battle for the puck during 1967 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the old Madison Square Garden ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin September 11, 20189:50 pm
Friday, August 31, 2018
Journeys Into A Change at Centre (Ice Logo)

A Change at Centre (Ice Logo)

The picture above is a classic above us view of centre ice, circa 1960’s, at the Montreal Forum. The iconic logos on either side of the centre ice stripe were props in what was described as “The Cathedral of Hockey”. There was an awe to the place. It may have been because of the reverence, Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 31, 201812:14 pm