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Owner and Editor-in-Chief of The Hockey Guys. Digital Journalist at Lancaster Newspapers. Social media for @Lancasteronline. You can find me on Twitter: @D_LEED
Frederik Andersen the hero for Anaheim

Frederik Andersen the hero for Anaheim

Special To The Hockey Guys A scintillating first period from the Anaheim Ducks saw them open their Stanley Cup playoff series against the Dallas Stars with a 4-3 victory, but it was rookie goalie Frederik Andersen who stole the majority of the headlines after his 32 saves. After a sensational regular season, the Ducks rightly […]

Take Part in Molson Canadian’s I Love Hockey Back Label Promotion

Take Part in Molson Canadian’s I Love Hockey Back Label Promotion

The official imported beer of the NHL wants to hear from you.  Molson Canadian is giving die-hard hockey fans, like you, an opportunity to be part of the game by giving you a  chance to have your answers from select Facebook questions featured on next season’s bottles that will be found in stores across the country. […]

Why does hockey get so violent?

Why does hockey get so violent?

  Special to The Hockey Guys From the outside looking in, you can see why people who don’t understand how ice hockey is played think of it being a violent sport. So what do you tell a non-hockey fan when they ask you to explain where the violent nature of the sport comes from? Ice […]

Four NHL Players Who Need to Step Up

Four NHL Players Who Need to Step Up

Special to The Hockey Guys The need to improve is always a requirement in the NHL and after the first quarter of the season, several players need to pick up the pace in their games. Spearheading a quintet of unusually quiet players is Marian Gaborik of the Columbus Blue Jackets. He’s injured at the moment […]

The Unsung Heroes of German Ice Hockey and Poker

The Unsung Heroes of German Ice Hockey and Poker

Skaters and card sharks found a way to spark a new revolution in the sports world In 2010, hockey history was been made in Cologne and Mannheim, as Germany placed fourth in the Ice Hockey World Championships – their best finish since 1953. Adding to the sweetness of their accomplishment was the opening game upset […]

Kings Enter 2013-2014 As Deepest Team In The NHL

Kings Enter 2013-2014 As Deepest Team In The NHL

Special to The Hockey Guys The Los Angeles Kings might have come up just short in defending the 2012 Stanley Cup championship, but the team is as loaded as ever. That is why they, not the Chicago Blackhawks, are the deepest team in the NHL heading into the new season. When the Kings and Blackhawks […]

Fred Shero’s Long Lasting Legacy in Philadelphia

Editors’ Note: Lancaster Newspapers sports writer and author Ed Gruver recalls Fred Shero’s legacy with help from Bob Clarke, Bob Kelly, Joe Watson, Bill Barber, Bernie Parent, Dave Schultz and Ray Shero. Gruver, who has been a sports writer for 30 years, has written five books and been a contributing writer to two others. By Ed […]

NHL 2013 Free Agent Frenzy: The Biggest Losers List

Although some big fish are still circling in the National Hockey League unrestricted free agent pond, Jaromír Jágr and Dustin Penner come to mind, the bulk of the 2013 UFA feeding frenzy has run it’s course. Compliance buyouts, new in the recently signed NHL/NHLPA collective bargaining agreement, added some spice to the pot this year […]

NHL Odds for Players on their New Teams

NHL odds courtesy of Bodog, www.Bodog.ca. Jarome Iginla – Total Points in 2013-2014 Regular Season Over/Under                   61.5   Jarome Iginla – Total Goals in 2013-2014 Regular Season Over/Under                   27.5   Daniel Alfredsson – Total Points in 2013-2014 Regular Season Over/Under                   48.5   Daniel Alfredsson – Total Goals in 2013-2014 Regular Season Over/Under                   […]

Flyers’ Nick Cousins Guest Blog: Day Three

Nick Cousins is a prospect in the Philadelphia Flyers system. After tearing it up with the Soo Greyhounds in the OHL, Cousins joined the Adirondack Phantoms this past year. Nick is partaking in the Flyers Developmental Camp this week, and has been kind enough to join us as a guest blogger to describe what it is […]

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