The best and worst Coyotes free-agent signings

With Mike Ribeiro's buyout stunning the NHL world on Friday, we decided to take a look back at the best and worst free-agent signings in Coyotes history.  While GM Don Maloney takes the collar for the worst of the worst, his overall track record is good, as you will see below. The same can't be said for his predecessor, Mike Barnett, who is responsible for three of the worst...
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June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago Blackhawks have very successful fan in Kelly Amonte-Hiller

The Chicago Blackhawks have eliminated the St. Louis Blues, just like Kelly Amonte-Hiller said they would. She made the Hawks prediction, only because I asked her last night after her Northwestern Lacrosse team defeated USC 12-7 at Wrigley Field last night. Kelly Amonte-Hiller (a five time Coach of the Year, who’s gone 211-20 since 2005) is the sister of Blackhawks icon Tony Amonte...
Via The Sports Bank
April 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings-Bruins Game 3 tailings: If we believe the Bruins’ media, ‘it’s over’; Wings disagree

This morning, a few more stories related to the Red Wings' 3-0 loss to the Boston Bruins popped up on the radar screen. Some of them, like CSNNE's spotlighting of Tony Amonte's commentary, NESN's Mike Cole's praise for Jordan Caron and discussion of the Bruins' "room for improvement," CBS Boston's interview with Bruins play-by-play man Dave...
Via Kukla's Korner
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Playoff Hockey Starts Tonight For Boston

The Bruins look to start their return to the Stanley Cup Finals with the opening game of their first round series against the Detroit Red Wings tonight at TD Garden. This will be the first meeting in the playoffs between these two original six franchises since 1957. Prior to that, these teams were regular postseason opponents. Red Wings, Bruins rekindle playoff rivalry that blazed...
Via Boston Sports Media Watch
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Wings Are Now A Dangerous Team

from CSNNE, It shouldn't come as a huge surprise that the Red Wings snapped the Bruins 9-game road win streak and 16-game points streak.... Mike Felger and Tony Amonte discussed on CSNNE's Postgame Live. "Detroit is a dangerous team because they are a quick, skilled team," Felger said. "And you saw Gustav Nyquist on that game-winning goal in the...
Via Kukla's Korner
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Flyers Five: Best deadline trades

The Flyers traded for Braydon Coburn at the 2007 deadline, and he's become a mainstay on the defensive corps for eight seasons. But where does he rank amongst the Orange and Black's top acquisitions at the deadline? (Photo Courtesy of Today marks one of the most exciting days on any NHL fan's calendar -- trade deadline day. This year's deadline...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

History Shows Making Move At NHL Trade Deadline Helps Stanley Cup Pursuit

The NHL trade deadline is often a difficult time to make deals because price tags on rental players are usually sky-high. Teams also are reluctant to give up young players and draft picks for veterans who could leave in the offseason as unrestricted free agents. With that said, many Stanley Cup champions over the last 25 years made moves at the deadline that had a meaningful impact...
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Blackhawks Collect Two Points In A 6-5 Win

Last night, the Blackhawks welcomed in the Ottawa Senators to the United Center looking to build on their 5-1 win over the Minnesota Wild the night before. The Senators came into this contest having not won in Chicago since March 28, 2001. In that game Ottawa won 5-2 with Chicago goals coming from Tony Amonte and Alexander Zhamnov. Blackhawks starters up front: 20-37-88, Blue Line...
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Top 10 Pavel Bure Moments: #9 Pavelmania

This is the second edition of Rob The Hockey Guy‘s Top 10 Pavel Bure moments on VanCity Buzz. Today, we look back at Pavelmania. Pavel Bure was sensational right from the beginning. He thrilled fans in his first game, despite not registering a point. He put up 60 points in 65 games in his rookie season and won the Calder Trophy as the league’s top rookie (impressive considering...
Via Rob The Hockey Guy
October 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Bowman: Toews, Kane Here “Forever”

Denis Savard left. So did Steve Larmer. As did Jeremy Roenick, Eddie Belfour, Chris Chelios and Tony Amonte. Between 1990 and 2005, Blackhawks fans became accustomed to watching their favorite players wearing a different sweater. Future Hall of Famers, All-Stars, … Continue reading →The post Bowman: Toews, Kane Here “Forever” appeared first on Committed Indians.
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September 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Three years in, the Bob Probert memorial ride quietly soldiers on

The first Bob Probert Memorial Ride took place less than a year after the former Red Wings and Blackhawks enforcer's passing, and it was an incredibly emotional event. Three later, the annual motorcycle ride to raise funds for Windsor's Hotel-Dieu Grace Hospital's angioplasty and cardiac programs soldiers on a little more quietly, though it's incredibly well-attended...
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June 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Marian Hossa: ‘I Really Don’t Care What Tony Amonte Says’

Tony Amonte played eight-plus seasons in Chicago but one current Blackhawk doesn’t really care what one of the franchise’s all-time best has to say about him. Marian Hossa, who missed Game 3 against the Bruins due to injury, was lit up by Amonte, who is ninth on the team’s all-time scoring list with 541 points. “[Hossa] is not the guy with the highest pain threshold in the...
June 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Tony Amonte rips Hossa, but Hossa badger don’t care

To put things delicately, I think that this kind of stuff is dumb as dumb can be, but I kind of have to report it. So, per the Ottawa Sun's Chris Stevenson: Ex-Chicago Blackhawk Tony Amonte stirred things up at the Stanley Cup final when he questioned the toughness of 'Hawks winger Marian Hossa. Hossa missed Game 3 after taking the warmup -- it was rumoured he had a...
Via Kukla's Korner
June 20, 2013  |  Discuss

NESN and CSNNE Stanley Cup Coverage Plans

With the Stanley Cup Finals starting up tonight in Chicago, here are the local coverage plans from NESN and CSNNE. Each station has their advantages, as obviously NESN is the regular season home of the Bruins, and CSNNE, with its ties to NBC has connections there as well. ******* NESN DELIVERING EXPANDED BRUINS STANLEY CUP FINAL COVERAGE ON NESN AND NESNPLUS 90-Minute Pre-Game...
Via Boston Sports Media Watch
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

The Hazards Of Live TV After A Game 7

((HT: This is what could happen (and usually does) when the home team uses an outside studio as fans are leaving the building after a huge comeback victory... Mike Felger and Tony Amonte put their lives in danger... Your browser does not support iframes. The HQ wonders if the studio position will change with the conference semi-finals coming up...
Via Online Sports Guys
May 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins fans try to tear down CSNNE studio after Game 7 win

Your browser does not support iframes. Hockey fans are programmed to pound the glass. Why do they do that? Maybe it's to produce as much noise as possible or maybe it's to try to distract the opponent while supporting your team. No one really knows. If you frown on it, you've probably never done it. The lone issue is that broadcasts usually pick up the noise, resulting...
Via Awful Announcing
May 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Either CSNNE’s Mike Felger or Tony Amonte dropped an f-bomb last night

Hockey fans have a need to bang glass and such banging finally had an effect last night...causing either CSNNE’s Mike Felger or Tony Amonte to mutter, "They're going to break the *******... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~
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May 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Bruins Fans Assault Comcast SportsNet Studio Windows In Boston Following Game 7

Following the Bruins’ Game 7 victory on Monday night, fans packed the streets of Boston to celebrate the comeback thriller that helped them eliminate the Maple Leafs. Many fans flocked to the CSNNE studio right outside the Garden and banged on the glass like mad men while Michael Felger and Tony Amonte were on air delivering their post-game coverage. The resulting noise was so...
Via The Nosebleeds
May 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Hottest Hockey Blogger Of The Stanley Cup Playoffs, Tony Amonte F-Bomb, Macklemore Pissed At Thunder & Tim McGraw Roiding?

Are you a struggling blogger who could use some free pageviews? Have a post you’ve been busting your ass on that deserves …
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May 14, 2013  |  Discuss

About the second Probert Ride

Today in Windsor, hundreds of Bob Probert fans and several of his teammates gathered to honor #24’s memory by taking part in a motorcycle ride to raise funds for Windsor’s Hotel-Dieu Grace hospital, and’s Chris Savard reports that all went well: The Second Annual Bob Probert Memorial Ride was held today in downtown Windsor. This annual motorcycle fundraiser...
Via Kukla's Korner
June 24, 2012  |  Discuss

This Day In Playoff Hockey History (4/23)

It has been a while but now it is time to bring back "This Day In Playoff History" for Monday, April 23rd.  This being a special day we decided to package several moments into one for the first day of the week.  These always have a playoff theme from now until the middle of June so do not expect anything less.  Again, we wanted to thank our friends that do a little sports...
Via The Hockey Program
April 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Dueling Bruins Playoff Coverage From NESN, CSNNE

NESN and CSNNE have announced their Boston Bruins playoff coverage plans for the first round series against the Washington Capitals, which begins tomorrow night at the TD Garden. NESN will carry as many as five games in the series live, including games 1, 3 and 4. NESN will also expand Bruins pre-game coverage to include at least one hour of coverage before every game as well as...
Via Boston Sports Media Watch
April 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Chris Kreider and the playoffs

When it comes to Chris Kreider, most people are on the fence about what to do. Many are of the feeling that Kreider will join the Rangers for the playoffs after the Frozen Four is completed. Others, myself included, believe that he will join the organization, but it will be with the Connecticut Whale. Both sides have compelling arguments. Let’s first kill the first rumor: No one...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
April 04, 2012  |  Discuss

The Sunday Link Dump – Game Day Edition

It’s Sunday morning and what better way to wake up than to check out what’s happening in Ranger-land this weekend. Here’s your link dump. The Post are leading with an interesting story about Neil Smith and his moves that helped turn the Rangers into a Cup winner back in 1994. I agree that despite the stellar career Tony Amonte went on to have; you can always justify moves that...
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February 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Top 60 Moments in Beanpot History Include Tony Amonte's Memorable Hat Trick, Blizzard of '78

The Beanpot has seen its share of memorable moments over 60 years. From local heroes to Olympic gold medalists and everything in between, the Beanpot has set a grand stage for Boston-area college hockey every year.As part of the tournament's 60th anniversary, is counting down 60 of the storied tournament's top moments. We've already counted down moments 60-41...
February 08, 2012  |  Discuss
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