In case you missed it, last night’s Predators-Blues game was interrupted by some audio from what sounded like hardcore porn creeping onto Fox Sports Tennessee’s broadcast. The weird moment came nearly halfway through the first period and featured the passionate screaming of a woman who seemed to be enjoying herself thoroughly.
This probably isn’t how the Maple Leafs envisioned starting their third period – on the power play, nonetheless – against the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night, but that’s just the way the cookie seems to be crumbling in Leafs Land these days.
Viewers of Thursday’s Nashville Predators broadcast on Fox Sports Tennessee were treated to a little more than they bargained for when the broadcast’s audio picked up what certainly sounded like porn being played in the background.
The Bruins and Islanders took the ice on Thursday night for their first contest since the All-Star break, and Tuukka Rask didn’t seem to have much rust to shake off.
The Washington Capitals had their way with the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night, cruising to a 4-0 victory at home. The Penguins couldn’t seem to do much against the Caps, even with some significant help from the officiating crew.
Let me ask you a question…when was the last time you saw a hockey player get a breakaway and wind up scoring from behind the net? I don’t think I had ever seen that happen before Charlie Coyle did it during last night’s Wild game against the Oilers.
Zach Parise had no desire to leave a piece of him on the Rexall Place ice in Edmonton on Tuesday.
The NHL’s all-time winningest goaltender is calling it quits and moving to the front office.
Hometown star Ryan Johansen took home the MVP honors following yesterday’s NHL All-Star Game in Columbus, but anyone who labored through watching the game knows that he probably shouldn’t have.
The NHL’s All-Star Skills Competition was held in Columbus this weekend and while it was a generally underwhelming event, the KHL’s own skills competition provided us with this amazing highlight.
St. Cloud State took on Western Michigan last night and the Huskies nearly gifted a goal to WMU after turning over the puck behind the net. Fortunately for St. Cloud, goaltender Charlie Lindgren was able to scramble back to his net in time to make this absolutely ridiculous diving glove save to rob Will Kessel
Max Domi is considered one of the top prospects in hockey and, on Friday night, he gave us another spectacular highlight to remind us why.