The NHL All-Star Game is over. The winners were the Metropolitan Division, with Sidney Crosby as MVP. And, yes, they did bust out the gigantic novelty cheque for $1M dollars.
On the Maple Leafs side, John Tavares did the Atlantic Division proud and scored on this breakaway.
And some other stuff happened, I guess? To be honest, I got bored and tuned it out before the start of the final game.
At least the Marlies won last night. After being clobbered by the Belleville Senators yesterday in what Sheldon Keefe described as “a pretty thorough ass-kicking,” cheap nhl jerseys china
they managed a shootout win. The winning goal was by none other than Gabriel Gagne.
The AHL All-Star Skills Competition is tonight. Both Calle Rosen and Trevor Moore will be at the event, and Todd Crocker is there as an All-Star broadcaster. This year it’s actually available on cable. You can watch the Competition on Sportsnet ONE or stream it on AHL TV.
CWHL Recap: Thunder beat les Canadiennes 2-1 – mediajunkie
Two goals from Victoria Bach and an excellent performance from Erica Howe combined for the win!
The Maple Leafs start their bye-week today and will not play again until Friday February 1st, but we have a huge amount of content lined up for you for this week. We already have articles done and scheduled for each day, and more on the way.
Here’s a sample of headlines of articles to come this week:
Morgan Rielly and Jake Gardiner are the Leafs top pair
Leafs’ Top 25 Under 25: Mid-season Roundtable
NHL, AHL and ECHL Hockey Contracts 101
How did last year’s post-roster-freeze trades work out?
Last year’s trade deadline frenzy revisited
This is in addition to all our regular features, such as FTB’s full of cat GIFs and Women’s Hockey Wednesday.