There’s something charming and refreshing about not having multiple stoppages every game that take who knows how long to try to review something. Continue reading OPINION: Part of the charm of low pro and junior hockey is the lack of replay reviews
The literal worst kept secret in WHL history has been “revealed”, the Kootenay Ice are leaving Cranbrook, BC for the polar vortex that is Winnipeg, Manitoba. Continue reading Welcome back to the ‘Dub Winnipeg: Reaction to the Kootenay Ice relocating
Legitimacy. It’s something hockey leagues strive to find and achieve, even after years of trying, just ask the folks behind the Federal Hockey League, who nearly a decade in and with five strong teams, find themselves often the butt of whatever jokes hockey fans want to make. Starting a new hockey league from out of nowhere isn’t easy, in fact it’s nearly impossible if you … Continue reading Interstate Hockey League gets massive credibility boost in the form of Scott Brand
We sit in a scary spot, ask Dayton. In 2015 they not only lost there team, they lost their building. We cannot let that happen in Flint. Continue reading GUEST COLUMN: IHL Commissioner Drake MacKenzie wonders, Is Flint Hockey Dead?
One of the stranger things that a few FHL and SPHL fans seem to clamor for, with hopes that it would elevate the play in their respective leagues, is that a full baseball-like system could be put into place, with teams in the FHL and SPHL getting NHL affiliation. Continue reading Here’s why the FHL and SPHL will never be affiliated with NHL teams