The name Oliver Dame-Malka might not be familiar to some hockey fans but he does have a lengthy, successful career. He has made stops in many cities, being successful at each stop. His newest stop comes via transfer
Author: Richard Jelnik
There comes a time in a players career that he thinks about retirement and what he will do after. For Belfast Giants head coach Adam Keefe that decision came easy
2021-22 Canadian Hockey League seasons are about to start. Players getting back on the ice, points being earned and some other things we are used to. However, with this season, things are also different. Just like the Covid 19 vaccine people are going to talk about the new rules
Hockey is the best game on earth. Hockey players are the best people on earth. These guys are strong and play with and through pain. However there is one thing that can cripple these super human athletes. That one thing is mental health.
The Fife Flyers have some work to do. The 2019-20 season did not work out as hoped
With the EIHL hockey season to start in late September one of the clubs to watch out for is the Cardiff devils. Before the suspension of games the devils were in first place, which is where they finished upon the season being suspended. The suspension was due to COVID 19.
Shane Berschbach was the Toledo Walleye. He represented what the team and organization was about. After 6 years with the organization the offensively productive forward has hung up his skates.
simir Kaskisuo has had his cup of tea in the NHL, however, his game was not up to par. Now he is stopping pucks in Sweden to fine-tune his game. Where does he go from here?
Kaskisuo made his NHL debut in the 2018-19 season with the Toronto Maple Leafs and made his first start during the 2019-20 season with the same Maple Leafs. After the season, he signed with the Nashville Predators. He often was on the taxi squad and would occasionally be the backup to either Juuse Saros or Pekka Rinne. He would make one appearance in the Nashville crease, making three saves in 15 minutes of playing time.
e Sheffield Steelers have signed a former NHL defenseman to give their blue line some size. Coming on board is NHL veteran Keaton Ellerby.
The Steelers signed Ellerby because of the work he does at his end of the ice, his experience and his toughness. Although not a big fighting defenseman he does the dirty work and plays a physical game. Enough to keep the opposition honest. He will not hesitate to stick up for teammates but does not cross the line.
NHL prepares for the upcoming season, there are no reasons for a delay or a shortened season, but what happens if the inevitable happens and the situation rears its ugly head?