Saturday, March 4, 2017
Journeys Into Returning to a Former Home for the First Time After Being Traded

Returning to a Former Home for the First Time After Being Traded

Like many we were moved the other night when P.K. Subban was received by Montreal fans at he Bell Centre for the first time after his trade to Nashville. It got us to thinking about other “big trades” of the course of hockey history that generated as much buzz when a traded player returned back Read Article

Posted by: Admin March 4, 20178:17 pm
Saturday, January 14, 2017
Journeys Into Passing: Steven McDonald

Passing: Steven McDonald

Steven McDonald, a New York City police officer who was shot by a 15-year-old boy in Central Park in July 1986 and paralyzed from the neck down, but who forgave his assailant, hoped for the youth’s redemption and remained in the public eye for his spirit in the face of adversity, died on January 10 Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 14, 20177:42 pm
Friday, January 13, 2017
Journeys Into Shakespeare, Scenery, History & A Classic Arena with Character

Shakespeare, Scenery, History & A Classic Arena with Character

Catching up on some missed features and I came across how “Hometown Hockey” had visited Stratford, Ontario. Already known for its connection to things Shakespeare and historical, Stratford is also home of a classic hockey arena – the William Allman Memorial Arena. Although it is a topic of debate, locals will tell you that the Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 13, 20179:44 pm
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Journeys Into Hockey’s Top Rivalry Returns

Hockey’s Top Rivalry Returns

It’s not what it used to be, but it’s still special. And, for the first time in a long time it is competitive. Montreal Canadiens visit the Toronto Maple Leafs. Both the Leafs and Canadiens are looking to return to the playoffs after being excluded last year. It’s been along time since either celebrated a Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 8, 201712:29 am
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Journeys Into Passing: Milt Schmidt

Passing: Milt Schmidt

Bobby Orr is probably the greatest hockey player I ever saw play. But apologies to Orr, Eddie Shore, Johnny Bucyck, Raymond Borque and others, Milt Schmidt was the greatest Boston Bruin ever. Schmidt passed away on January 4 at the age of 98 (Schmidt was the oldest living NHL veteran.) He was a legendary player and Read Article

Posted by: Admin 5:48 pm
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Journeys Into Passing: Bob Chase, Iconic Voice of Fort Wayne & Hockey on the Radio

Passing: Bob Chase, Iconic Voice of Fort Wayne & Hockey on the Radio

I never met Bob Chase. For a long time I did not know his name. But he was one of those memorable voices that one never forgets. And, it appears that I was not alone. Bob Chase (born Robert Donald Wallenstein)  died on November 25 at the age of 90. He was longtime WOWO Sports Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 26, 20167:53 pm
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Journeys Into When the Hockey Sweater Became Dark and Light

When the Hockey Sweater Became Dark and Light

Fashion now plays a large role in Hockey. In addition, the dark and light sweaters (jerseys), there “third jerseys”, as will as those described as heritage, retro or commemorative. There are even uniform tops to honor those battling cancer and veterans of the armed services. Most of us take it for granted that there were Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 16, 201610:25 pm