// Gary Bettman

Will There Be an NHL Season After the Lockout?

As we approach the 70th day of the NHL lockout fans are getting antsy, players are getting angry, and Gary Bettman is more hated than ever. With over 400 games cancelled (including the Winter Classic and All-Star game), fans can’t help but wonder when hockey will be back. The way things are looking now, a […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Sabres, Thursday March 10th

With so much Bruins (38-20-8) news happening off the ice over the last 48 hours or so, it’s hard to remember that the team still has plenty of work left to do on the ice, including tonight, when the B’s host the Buffalo Sabres (32-26-8) at TD Garden. So obviously, the focus since Tuesday night’s […]

Colin Campbell Responds to Allegations, Puts Foot in Mouth

Recently, Colin Campbell has given several interviews regarding the fiasco he finds himself in. Being asked about everything from the Savard e-mails to calls for his resignation, to what it’s been like in general, Campbell seemed to labor through his answers, that is, when his answers were relevant at all. As Admiral Adama might say, […]

Mr. Campbell, Not Again! A Second Letter Regarding Marc Savard

To: Mr. Colin Campbell, Senior Vice President and Director of Hockey Operations for the NHL From: A Bruised and Boiling Bruin Dear Mr. Campbell, You might remember a still-unanswered letter I sent you last spring concerning Mr. Matt Cooke’s less-than-legal hit on Mr. Marc Savard, which occurred the night of Sunday, March 7, 2010.  I […]

Jeremy Jacobs Leading Fight Against Balsillie

Jeremy Jacobs, owner of the Boston Bruins and current chairman of the National Hockey League’s Board of Governors, is leading the fight against Canadian billionaire Jim Balsillie. Last Friday, Jacobs and 25 other governors (a representative from each team) voted 26-0 against Balsillie’s application to buy the bankrupt Phoenix Coyotes. Currently, Balsillie, co-CEO of Research […]

NHL vs. Balsillie Case Has Large Implications

When the Phoenix Coyotes announced their impending bankruptcy and that the team would be sold, I don’t think anyone could have imagined that the Coyotes would suddenly be the source of excitement for the first time since it was announced Wayne Gretzky was going to be coach of the team. However, Jim Balsillie’s intent to […]