This morning I am thinking a great deal about the New Jersey Devils, a great deal about the Detroit Red Wings, and a great deal about Matt Bradley.
Winners win, and losers lose, and they do so in our sport for very specific, very traceable reasons. And every once in a while a lone figure from our sport steps forwards to discuss, courageously, and with candor, organization’s reasons...
Florida Panthers right wing Matt Bradley left Sunday's game against Anaheim with an upper body injury.
Bradley was hurt when he crashed into the stanchion near the team bench after missing a check on an Anaheim player.
Panthers coach Kevin Dineen said he expected the team to recall a player from its AHL affiliate in San Antonio.
Bradley has three goals and five assists in...
EmptyNetters nails it:
If Malkin had been injured on the punch, the league might take action. That's its mindset, a crime can't be committed unless there's a victim who is suffering.
In 2009, Flyers forward Daniel Carcillo knocked Capitals forward Matt Bradley to the ice with a sucker punch:
The punch landed Carcillo a four...
Panthers forward Matt Bradley didn't like how his club started its game last night against one of the top teams in the conference.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ Jamal Mayers showed his worth and weight Thursday evening en route to his team’s 3-2 shoot out win over the Florida Panthers.
The worth was measured in punches, and he landed a lot of them on Matt Bradley.
Let’s allow the video speak for itself:
So here's a list of NHLers who have played for both the Sharks and Penguins. Can't wait to get blasted for missing one.
Played 22 games for the Pens in the 1992-93 season. Had 1 assist.
Pens all day in the late '80s. Played some of his final years in San Jose.
For those of you that know Matt Bradley you know he is not a evil, vindictive guy as some are painting him out to be. In fact the people using that brush fall into two categories. They either get a check signed by Ted Leonsis which forces them to defend the party line or they just don't want to believe what a guy who was in that locker room for years had to say because it interferes...