Found December 04, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
The Sound Tigers lost AGAIN over the weekend to the Norfolk Admirals. This is more than a slump now, it's a slide to oblivion. Brock Nelson scored the Tigers only goal in the game in the 4 - 1 loss which gives the Tigers a 10-9-0-1 record and 21 points. Where was that great start they had?? Even more of a concern to me than their skid is the loss of Travis Hamonic early in the second period...

Trevor Gillies and Jon Mirasty Have Another Epic KHL Bout

Quick little history lesson to start this post off: Trevor Gillies and Jon Mirasty got in a pretty epic KHL bout last month, one which was made possible thanks in large part to the ongoing NHL lockout. Watch it below: Well, it appears that Nasty Mirasty, who is one badass motherf**ker (proof HERE), wasn’t too happy with the result the first time around and wanted a bit of revenge...

Is it Monday yet?

Sorry but Sunday prospect hockey featuring New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects was one of those days where you might as well have stayed in bed. It was one of those days where you could have predicted the outcome after the first few minutes. Michael St. Croix (NYR 2011 4th), Griffin Reinhart (NYI 2012 1st) and their Edmonton Oil Kings had a strange as it gets game...

(IIHF) The countdown to the World Under-20 Hockey Championships has begun as invites are being sent out for prospects to attend the various selection camps in the hope of making their national team. For New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects, already there have been a couple of surprises in who was invited and who wasn't. Canada Hockey Canada released their invite...
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