Hope everybody has a big weekend of hockey planned out. Hear there’s a good football game to watch on Saturday, too…
The NHL just cancelled all games through Nov. 1. That’s 135 games we can’t watch now. Terrific.
Darren Eliot shares some stories about all three of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame inductees, like when Eddie Olczyk sat on him so he couldn’t get up and yell about a controversial goal.
Novi native Bryan Rust is our Michi-gamer of the night, after scoring for the Fighting Irish yesterday.
- Five Michigan natives will represent Team USA in the World Junior A Challenge in Canada this November. Click here to see who they are.
- Check out our feature on the new captain of the Plymouth Whalers, Colin MacDonald. From late-round pick to OHL captain, it’s quite the story.
- We also posted the latest on the Griffins – a feature on Joakim Andersson, who is expected to have a big season this year.
Hobey Baker winner and hometown hero Andy Miele has been sharing this YouTube video that he had a hand in making. Check out Brett Hextall dancing to Gangam Style, as produced by Chris Summers – yes, the Michigan native and Wolverine alum.
After everybody was so fired up a few days ago – thinking that the NHL would be back before we knew it – it’s now being reported that very little has been accomplished.
Seth Jones has moved into the top spot on the draft rankings, per Craig Button’s list. Would be great to see an NTDP alum taken in the top spot.
Puck Daddy shares the TV ratings for the KHL games that have been on the ESPN family of channels – apparently they didn’t do as well as poker.
Red Wings TV chats with Brendan Smith – one of my personal favorite interviews. He’s a funny guy.
I am off to Yost tonight. MiHockey writer Stefan Kubus will be at Munn. So I guess that means we have your college hockey covered, eh?