Welcome once again to This Week in NHL Stupid, where we track the ugly, the silly, and the just plain stupid in the world of hockey. Now, some things in life are stupid by their very nature. It’s understood, and what is understood doesn’t need to be discussed. For example, if we at Puck Drunk […]
Robin Lehner of the Sabres has given us an early save of the year candidate against the Canadiens on Saturday night as he robbed Montreal’s Alex Galchenyuk, who had a wide open net … briefly.
The Dallas Stars in-arena staff has jokes, lots of jokes. So when incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer insisted that 1.5 million people attended Friday’s presidential inauguration on Saturday, the Stars decided to have a little fun with that when they announced their own attendance for their Saturday night home game: I’m sure pictures […]
Welcome once again to This Week in NHL Stupid, where we track the ugly, the silly and the stupid in the world of hockey. If you’ve never read this feature before, think of it as calling out somebody for dropping Jonathan Toews in their fantasy league. I make that analogy because that actually happened this […]
Welcome once again to This Week in NHL Stupid. Every week we track the ugly, the silly, and the stupid in the world of hockey, and this is our first edition of this feature in 2017. So let’s get the puck dropped and let’s get this going.
Minor League hockey is all about pushing the envelope with fun. Nothing wrong with that, right? Except when the fun hurts your eyes a little bit. This Saturday, the Toledo Walleye are going to have some fun, and it might hurt your eyes a little bit at first, as they pay homage to Rocky Balboa […]
Plenty of us were more than ready to take 2016 and throw it in the trash. Luckily we have had a change of digit and with it comes a whole new set of questions that will be answered. A whole new list of things to look forward to in the hockey world. We at Puck […]
Welcome to a very special holiday edition of “This Week in NHL Stupid”, where we track the silly, the ugly and the stupidity in the world of hockey. Now it’s a holiday edition because we’re willing to bet that you, dear reader, went out and got some hockey themed Christmas or Hanukkah gifts for somebody […]
There’s certainly a suspension in Will Carrier’s future as the Sabres forward forced David Backes to leave Thursday’s game after Carrier unleashed a head shot.
Welcome once again to This Week in NHL Stupid, the feature where we track the silly, the ugly and the stupid in the world of hockey. Now, there’s nothing stupid about the weather in Winnipeg. It’s serious stuff up there. Altitude TV’s Kyle Keefe was sent north to cover the Colorado Avalanche against the Jets. […]
It didn’t take long for Jaromir Jagr to pass Mark Messier for second all time in points in the NHL, as his third period assist against the Bruins gave him 1,888 career points. But let’s just say it wasn’t the prettiest pass in the world.
As you might have heard, last night’s Hurricanes game was delayed because the cooling system malfunctioned and made the ice unplayable. It was a crazy situation all around, as fans were wondering what was going on and broadcasters had to resort to
Sergei Drozd of Dinamo Minsk proves to us that hockey can be hard. Even when you’re skating all by yourself with only an empty net in front of you with a chance to salt away a victory, as Drozd did on Monday.
Welcome to another edition of “This Week in NHL Stupid”. As always, we track the silly, the ugly and the stupid in the world of hockey. This week, we have a team that wants a second helping at the table of stupid, and we’ll gladly give it to the Florida Panthers. They recently fired their […]
Vigilante style justice is always an underlying feature in the NHL. But it’s rare when it’s star-on-star violence. You saw that Wednesday night as Ottawa’s Mike Hoffman decided to respond to a push to the ice by Logan Couture with a nasty crosscheck to Couture’s head.