November 12 2010 01:53PM
This is David Puddy, one of the greatest supporting characters in TV history, from Seinfeld. Most of you remember Puddy, but did you know he only starred in 10 episodes as Elaine Benes' boyfriend. He has only in ten episodes, but most of you will remember his hilarious antics on the show. While walking across the street, a car comes close to him, he leans on the hood, stares at the driver and yells, "The Devilllsss, The Devillss." The priest driving the car almost faints. And how can you forget his classic, "High Five." The Oilers need some of their supporting characters to show up tonight, to avoid getting embarrassed for the third straight game.
November 11 2010 04:30PM
La Presse is reporting that the Quebec Hockey Federation is working on hosting the Quebec Cup in the first week of August in 2011. The National Quebec team will be made up of Quebec-born NHL players and they will play the National teams of France, Switzerland and Italy. Yes those hockey powerhouses Italy and France will be invading Quebec.
November 11 2010 12:34PM
The Converse All-Stars are all the rage with the kids nowadays, and I can see why when they have super cool designs like a cast of video game all-stars sewn on them. Mario and Luigi automatically up the cool factor of any sneaker. But can the NHL connect the dots and up the cool factor of their All-Star game?
November 09 2010 11:11AM
Throughout the Taylor v. Tyler debate last year, there wasn't much mention of Jeff Skinner, but as we got closer to the 2010 draft we started to hear more about the offensive upside of the former Kitchener Ranger. The Hurricanes took him with the 7th pick and so far he has looked like an exceptional choice. Tonight we will see four of the top-eight rookie scorers in the NHL, and Skinner leads them all with five goals and 12 points.
November 08 2010 10:21AM
Shawn Horcoff is listed as day-to-day with a left leg injury after clipping skates with Jack Skille during the Oilers 2-1 win in Chicago last night. Meanwhile in Oklahoma City, Linus Omark was putting on a clinic against the Toronto Marlies. Omark potted five goals in regulation and added another in the shootout to lead the Barons to a 7-6 victory.
Scoring five goals in any league will get you noticed, and I wonder how this performance will impact Omark's ranking in the organization?