Six months ago, the National Hockey League was receiving last rites. Entrenched in their third lockout in 19 years, the consensus in the sports media was that the NHL would go the way of VHS tapes. “Fans are fed up.” “Nobody will come to the arenas, or watch the games.” Even Detroit Red Wings coach,Read more →
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The NHL has come a long way since its early years with only six teams. It has become one of the largest and most talented leagues in all of sports. With this growth, came the introduction of numerous expansion teams popping up all over Canada and the United States. Some of these teams have provenRead more →
No one can deny the impact that social media has made on the digital age. When you are trying to keep your fan base informed about the latest promotion, need to get the word out on a scheduling update or just want to rev up their engines with new ice girls pictures, social media outletsRead more →
All 30 NHL teams maintain Facebook pages that gives them a platform to announce news, encourage discussion, occasionally hold competitions and generally attempt to create a fan community. Every team maintains their Facebook presence in a slightly different way, and every team seems to place a different value on Facebook’s role in their social strategy.Read more →
Rewind the calendar back to a little over seven years ago. The NHL and NHLPA signed a new collective bargaining agreement in July 2005. That agreement ended a lockout that had already vaporized a full season of hockey. The 2005 Stanley Cup would go unclaimed as the entire 2004-05 NHL season was lost. That lockoutRead more →
Have you ever dreamed of giving a fist bump or a tap on the shinpads to your favorite hockey players such as Sidney Crosby, Jonathan Quick or Logan Couture after they make a mind-boggling play on the ice via sports social media? Well, that dream is now a reality thanks to the sports social mediaRead more →
Modern day NHL has developed into a business more focused on dollars and cents, than it is hockey. In the past decade alone, we have seen several lockouts as a result of a couple million dollars. Both players and owners have become so engulfed in greed that they forget how lucky they are to beRead more →
The NHL Lockout is finally over and we want to highlight a team who has kept their fans engaged this whole time. When 2013 hit, and half the hockey season had gone by with no games, no one was actually sure if there would be an NHL hockey game played in 2013. NHL teams haveRead more →
On Sunday, January 6, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr announced a tentative collective bargaining agreement to end the NHL lockout. After over 100 days, fans across North America and the rest of the world began to lose hope that they’d see hockey this season. Some even were indifferent to seeing NHLRead more →
The National Hockey League has this work stoppage thing down to a science… That and being the butt of all non-New York Jets related sports jokes. During the 113-day lockout, one head coach said that the NHL’s brand was in danger of becoming as irrelevant as bowling, to which reporters snickered back with “at leastRead more →
A once free service has left fans of the World Junior Hockey Championships in a state of annoyance and utter frustration, to say the least. The Sports Network — or more commonly known as TSN — is Canada’s equivalent of ESPN in the United States; TSN used to provide a free online feed of theRead more →
The NHL Lockout has been hurting the players, coaches, front office, league personal and much more. Also hurting are some of the leagues’ key sponsors who are struggling this holiday season. Holiday sales are down, and this never-ending lockout has continued to hurt all parties involved. And with the recent announcement of game cancelation through the remainderRead more →
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