Goalie Interference?


Ondrej Pavelec was on his game tonight for the Winnipeg Jets, stopping 28 of 29 Pittsburgh shots. At 18:22 of the second period, the Penguins scored their only goal of the game on a point shot from defenseman Zybanek Michalek. It is arguable that Pavelec should have earned a shutout as it was questionable whether […]

Posted by Michael Remis in Pittsburgh Penguins,Winnipeg Jets on October 18, 2011

Radio Recap: Interview with Andrew Gross

Yesterday on the Illegal Curve Hockey Show we had Andrew Gross (Twitter: @AGrossRecord) of The Bergen Record on to talk about the latest news regarding the New York Rangers. For more of Andrew’s writings about the Rangers, you can see his blog Ranger Rants. Here is some of the insight Andrew was able to give […]

Posted by Michael Remis in Interviews,New York Rangers,Radio on July 14, 2011

Pittsburgh Penguins 2009-10 Season Preview

  Defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins.  How does that sound?  Well if you are the city of Pittsburgh it sounded pretty good this summer but the 2008-09 season is over and it is time to focus on defending your title.  Now the Pens are looking to become the first team since the Detroit Red Wings […]

Posted by David Minuk in Columns,Pittsburgh Penguins,Season Previews on September 24, 2009

Philadelphia Flyers 2009-10 Season Preview

The Philadelphia Flyers had a promising 2008-2009 campaign.    They were able to score consistently, get solid blue-line production, and win in spite of average goaltending.  The Flyers finished fifth in the Eastern Conference and lost to Pittsburgh in the  first round despite outplaying the eventual Stanley Cup champions.  This year, the Flyers should improve, as […]

Posted by Ari in Atlantic Division,Columns,Eastern Conference,Philadelphia Flyers,Season Previews on September 22, 2009