All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘NHL’

Erin Andrews : ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Co-Host, Fox Sports Reporter Boyfriend Jarret Stoll Charged With Felony Cocaine Possession

Erin Andrews was no doubt humiliated in April when her boyfriend, NHL player Jarret Stoll, was arrested at the MGM Grand’s Wet Republic pool complex in Las Vegas, after security guards found what they believed was cocaine and ecstasy during what People magazine calls a ‘routine search.’ Now that humiliation Erin Andrews felt has likely been renewed and possibly even …

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Erin Andrews: NHL Boyfriend Jarret Stoll Charged With Felony Cocaine Possession

Los Angeles Kings hockey player, Jarret Stoll, was arrested on April 17 for possessing cocaine at the MGM Wet Republic pool in Las Vegas. Stoll, who is the boyfriend of FOX sportscaster and Dancing With the Stars host Erin Andrews, has now been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. #Kings’ Jarret Stoll charged with drug possession: http://t.co/oWw6yq0H5r pic.twitter.com/dVAnELm0Ph …

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Erin Andrews: NHL Boyfriend Jarret Stoll Busted For Cocaine, Ecstasy Possession

Eric Andrews of FOX Sports and color commentator for Dancing With the Stars must have been disheartened when she learned that her boyfriend, Jarret Stoll of NHL’s Los Angeles Kings, was arrested on suspicion of drug possession Friday in Las Vegas. The CBS TV affiliate in Las Vegas broke the news Saturday, saying he was arrested at the Wet Republic …

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Erin Andrews: NHL Player Boyfriend Jarret Stoll Arrested in Vegas

Erin Andrews probably won’t report on this story. In fact, she likely wants to shy away from it. Her boyfriend, NHL player Jarret Stoll, was arrested on Friday in Las Vegas, on suspicion of possession of cocaine. According to a report from People magazine, Stoll was arrested at the Wet Republic pool at the MGM Grand hotel. He was being …

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NHL, GoPro Partner for Live, POV Game Video

GoPro’s first partnership with a major professional sports league goes to … the NHL. The NHL and the NHLPA have just announced they are teaming up with GoPro to strap cameras on players, which will allow for some pretty cool in-game footage from the point of view of the men on the ice. “GoPro is the perfect partner for us …

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Corey Perry of the NHL Diagnosed with Mumps

Anaheim Ducks players Corey Perry and Francois Beauchemin have been diagnosed with mumps. National Hockey League winger Perry has been cleared of the disease and is set to resume workouts Thursday, while Beauchemin is still in the hospital receiving intravenous fluids. Though, Ducks medical director Craig Milhouse said that he is improving. Mumps, or epidemic parotitis, is a viral illness …

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Los Angeles Kings Will Face The New York Rangers

The stage is set for the battle of the coasts. It all comes down to the New York Rangers versus the Los Angeles Kings in a best of seven series to determine which team will raise the Stanley Cup. It’s certainly a big city matchup as two of the largest hockey markets in the country, New York and Los Angeles, …

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Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie at Coachella 2014

Hilary Duff and her estranged husband Mike Comrie were spotted together at Coachella 2014 on Friday. The couple, who married in 2010 and have a two-year-old son together, announced their separation in January. Despite their appearance at the annual Indio, CA music festival on Friday, a source says Duff and Comrie are not reconciling: “They are still separated but very …

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Ryan Malone of Tampa Bay Lightning Arrested on Cocaine Charge

Ryan Malone, left wing for the Tampa Bay Lightning, was arrested early Saturday morning on charges of cocaine possession and driving under the influence. Malone, 34, was driving around Rome Street in Tampa, FL around 3:20am when an officer noticed Malone’s car hit a curb. Concerned, the officer pulled Malone over and found cocaine in his pants pocket and saw …

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Steven Stamkos Redeems Himself in Overtime

Steven Stamkos scored a hat trick last night in Tampa Bay’s overtime win over Buffalo. But before you go patting him on the back, please note that one of the goals counted for the opposing team. The Lightning center called it an “uncharacteristic hat trick.” However, he redeemed himself in OT when he put the winning goal (in the correct …

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Rich Peverley Collapses During Dallas Stars Game

At the 13:37 mark of the first period in yesterday’s Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Dallas Stars hockey game, play was halted by the officials due to Rich Peverley, a Centre for the Dallas Stars, collapsing on the bench. The scene as it unfolded live was one of panic and deep concern. When the players on the Dallas Stars bench first …

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Roberto Luongo Traded Back To Florida

Fans of Roberto Luongo are going to have to buy a different jersey soon, or at least bring out the one they had from years ago. The Vancouver Canucks traded Luongo to the Florida Panthers on Tuesday. Luongo previously played for the Panthers from 2000 – 2006 before he was traded to the Canucks, where he has been ever since. …

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Pat LaFontaine Leaves Job As President Of Buffalo Sabres Hockey Ops

The Buffalo Sabres released an official statement on Saturday evening announcing Pat LaFontaine’s resignation from his position as hockey operations president of the Sabres. He is due to go back to being VP of development and community affairs in the National Hockey League. LaFontaine’s brief tenure brought about several changes in the Sabres’ lineup including appointing Tim Murray as general …

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Coyotes Changing Name In 2014-2015 Season

The Phoenix Coyotes are going to look a little different in the upcoming 2014-2015 season. On Wednesday, Anthony LeBlanc, Coyotes Co-owner, President, and CEO, officially announced the team would be changing from the Phoenix Coyotes to the Arizona Coyotes. LeBlanc added that the change makes sense because the team didn’t actually play in Phoenix. The Coyotes rink, Jobing.com Arena is …

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John Tortorella On Thin Ice After Locker Room Rush

Hockey is not a calm game, and fights are pretty much the norm each time they puck hits the ice. The coaches, however, are not the usual suspects in initiating the fights. John Tortorella is apparently looking to change that fact with his infamous outbursts, and Yahoo Sports tells us that this time the NHL is giving him major heat. …

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Tomas Hertl Scores 4 Goals; Sharks Win 9-2

Most Americans probably don’t know this, but hockey season has started. The NHL began its 2013-14 regular season on October 1, leaving many people to wonder who forgot to tell them that it is football season. Regardless of whether one is a hockey fan or not, last night’s performance by Tomas Hertl was one worth witnessing. Hertl, a 19 year …

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NHL Helmet Rule Brings Some Safety To Fights

This writer will be the first to admit that sports are not her forte; yet, there has always been some kind of allure to the world of hockey. Something about a pack of grown men furiously skating on ice in pounds of padding while hitting each other, and sometimes the puck, with giant sticks is oddly captivating. While baseball, football, …

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Goalie Fight Gets Brutal In Toronto

Fights aren’t uncommon during hockey games; sometimes, that’s part of what fans pay to see. It’s a rough sport, and brawls come with the territory. But on Sunday, a fight between goalies during a Maple Leafs/Sabres game in Toronto got a little brutal as the crowd–and shocked players–looked on. It all began when Toronto’s Jamie Devane and Buffalo’s Corey Tropp …

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NFL Pro Bowl To Undergo Major Changes

Major sports all-star games have long been criticized for a lack of effort on the part of the athletes and therefore a lack of entertainment. The newest changes the NFL have made to their Pro Bowl probably won’t go too far toward remedying that situation. The most glaring change is the elimination of the traditional league format that most all …

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Goalie Gameplay Will Be Improved In NHL 14

Hockey is a most noble sport defined by the coolest goaltenders ever. I would give anything to wear that armor, and the improvements being made to EA Sports NHL 14 will bring me one step closer to Goldberg. EA says that they have improved the goalie game in NHL 14 over the last game by allowing the goalies to not …

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Phoenix Coyotes Re-Sign Mike Smith In Six Year Deal

Phoenix Coyotes and Mike Smith fans will be happy to know that he won’t be going anywhere soon. A report from today says that Smith, goalie for the Coyotes’, has re-signed with the team. The deal will see him play for the team for six more years, and his pay will be $5.7 million a year. The re-signing comes after …

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Coach Fired Via Skype: Krueger Out As Oilers Skipper

Nobody likes getting fired, but the way its done can have a huge impact on the experience. Hang around the internet long enough, and you’ll read stories about people getting fired in all sorts of creative ways: over Facebook, Twitter, text message, or even Skype. Skype was the weapon of choice for the upper management of the Edmonton Oilers NHL …

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Florida Panthers Debut New 20th Anniversary Logo

The Florida Panthers organization today announced that the NHL team’s 20th anniversary will be celebrated with a special 20th anniversary logo. In addition to the new logo, the team promises a “host of fan recognition and interactive opportunities.” The Panthers celebrations will include a tribute to original season seat holders, giveaways, collectible merchandise, a themed in-game presentation, and “visits from …

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Elisha Cuthbert Eye Roll Explained on Twitter

This week’s Eastern Conference quarterfinals match between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs went into overtime, inflaming passions and making the Maple Leafs’ loss that much more brutal. However, a couple of glances have now overshadowed the Stanley Cup playoffs. Actress Elisha Cuthbert, who is currently dating Maple Leafs Captain Dion Phaneuf, was spotted rolling her eyes at …

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NHL 14 Cover Athlete Voting Has Begun

Electronic Arts is the go-to scapegoat for all of the anti-gamer decisions that have begun to creep into gaming. The video game publisher may be the internet’s favorite punching bag and America’s Worst Company two years running, but the organization does do some things right. One of those things is allowing fans to vote on which athlete will grace the …

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NHL Referee Murder: Ladislav Scurko Convicted of Stabbing Former Tenant

NHL referee murder: Ladislav Scurko, who was drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 2004, has been convicted of stabbing a former referee, according to Yahoo News. The incident occurred in 2008 following a dispute between Scurko and Marek Liptaj, who once lived in the professional hockey player’s home. Upon learning that Liptaj did not have cancer, an argument promptly ensued. …

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Los Angeles Kings Win First Stanley Cup

The Los Angeles Kings have won their first Stanley Cup in their 45 year history. The Kings also did something that is unheard of in professional sports today, they won Lord Stanley’s cup as the number 8 seed. in destroying the Eastern Conferences 6 seed, the Kings finished their unbelievable run having beat the West’s #1 seed the Vancouver Canucks …

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Hockeyfights.com NHL Fight Of The Year Nominees

The National Hockey League has come a long way in the last 8 years. From a lockout that was the first in professional American sports to cost a league an entire season, to the overwhelming popularity of the Winter Classic. These go to show how far the league has changed and how far hockey itself has come in the last …

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Fan Sues Pittsburg Penguins Over Texts

An NHL fan is suing the Pittsburg Penguins over what he thinks are excessive text messages sent by the club as part of a promotional campaign. Fred Weiss says that he signed up to recieve texts that included special offers on ticket prices, and important developments like trades and breaking news. He says that he began receiving texts in excess …

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Racist Hockey Remarks Land Students In Hot Water

In a follow up to a story I reported on last week, after the Bruins lost to the Capitals in a game 7 showdown, racist remarks flew in because the guy who scored the goal was black. Well, as it turns out, a few of those people were students who went to Gloucester High School in Gloucester Massachusetts. The board …

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