After getting my first taste of live Medvescak Zagreb hockey in Arena (part of Ice Fever) back in January, I knew I had to return at the next opportunity and watch the team play in their real home, Dom Sportova. This became a necessity this season after the club had attained it’s dream and vision … More My Medvescak KHL Adventure
Halfway Happiness in Zagreb. So with today’s game (Sunday Nov 17th) on the road in Magnitogorsk in the book, Medvescak Zagreb now head to Chelyabinsk after hitting the halfway point in their inaugural KHL season. It’s been a up and down season thus far with the team having streaks of results. Hardly surprising as a … More Halfway Happiness in Zagreb.
For those of us that follow the American Hockey League, we are lucky to be graced by one of the all time greats to have played in the league. As a Toronto Marlies fan I had the pleasure of watching this gentleman play in the AHL during the lockout season, where even against stronger AHL … More AHL Legend
During my latest vacation in Toronto this October, I was privileged to see two of the brightest talents in the OHL, with both young men granted exceptional status to enter the league at 15 years of age. As a Mississauga Steelheads fan, I watched Sean Day play twice in this his first season in the … More Hockey’s bright young future.
The Utica Comets were a last chance saloon for the Vancouver Canucks. After purchasing the Rivermen franchise, Canucks Sports & Entertainment (CS&E) made their intentions known to have the franchise located in a market close to Vancouver. Their initial preference was Abbotsford, British Columbia, which was home to the Calgary Flames’ AHL farm club, the … More Vancouver’s Utica trouble