“National Hockey League linesman Don Henderson has filed a $10.25 million lawsuit against Calgary Flames defenceman Dennis Wideman more than a year after Wideman hit Henderson from behind during a game against the Nashville Predators… The Flames are also listed as a defendant.
“According to his lawsuit, Henderson suffered injuries to his head, neck back, shoulder, and right knee. He also allegedly suffered a concussion, pain, numbness and tingling in his right arm and hand, shock anxiety and depression, headaches and permanent and partial disability…
“The government of Alberta is also listed as a plaintiff in the case. Continue reading ‘A Cross-check Too Far’
“Some familiar faces will be absent at the 2018 Winter Olympics: NHL players representing their countries in the men’s ice hockey tournament.
“After months of negotiating with the ‘IIHF’, world hockey’s governing body, the NHL announced…that its players would not be participating in the Pyeongchang Games. The NHL is opposed to a 17-day break in the NHL schedule to accommodate the matches. Continue reading ‘NHL Says ‘NO’ To Olympics’
“For years, Daniel Alfredsson was a lightning rod for jeers in Toronto, each time he took the ice.
“But on Tuesday, it was where the Swedish-born longtime ‘Ottawa Senators’ captain officially made Canada his home — amid cheers — as he and 102 other newcomers became Canadian citizens at the ‘World Cup of Hockey Fan Village’. Continue reading ‘Home of Hockey Now His Home’