Not all relics from the past can be displayed under glass and behind velvet ropes. Sometimes, pieces of history get up and walk for themselves.
The Hockey Hall of Fame, housed in a building which has stood for more than 150 years, originally home to a branch of the Bank of Montreal. The structure can [...] [...more]
What did Mark Messier do with the Stanley Cup when the Edmonton Oilers won it in 1987?
A. Kissed it
B. Took a picture with his son in it.
C. Took it to a strip joint across the street.
D. Served beer to brothers with it.
** It is rumored that he did it again in 1994 when he [...] [...more]
When the New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup in 1940, how did they celebrate?
A. Poured beer on it.
B. Urinated in it.
C. MVP took it home
D. Forgot the cup in locker room
When Spencer Bennett of the Portland Winterhawks (Portland, Oregon) scored the 2009 “Teddy Bear Goal” in the first period on Saturday, November 28 against rival Seattle Thunderbirds, it triggered a shower of teddy bears tossed onto the rink. Over 16,000 bears were collected in all and will be donated to children’s charities throughout the greater [...] [...more]
Can there be a better nickname for a hockey star than “Boom Boom?” Bernie Geoffrion was named Boom Boom because he invent the hard and fast slap shot, that would make one “Boom” sound when it left his stick, and then a second “Boom” sound when it hit the boards. Geoffrion was the NHL Rookie [...] [...more]