Could Matthews Ever Go Home?

TORONTO (Nov. 13) — This is a blog I did not plan on writing. It stems from a brief debate I had earlier today on Facebook with a life–long friend, Steve Blustein, who is thoroughly convinced the Arizona Coyotes will… Read More

Ron Wilson’s Loud Voice

TORONTO (Mar. 27) — In the early 1970’s, while in junior–high school, I would play around with the radio dial at night to determine which hockey games I could hear. After 8 o’clock, AM radio stations in the United States… Read More

Look For Middle Ground, Leaf Fans

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Jan. 21) – It is the most oft-repeated cliche in professional sport. You hear it from enlightened hockey players all the time: “Don’t get too high with the highs or too low with the lows.” A… Read More

Undisputed Kings of the West

By HOWARD BERGER GLENDALE, Ariz. (May 23) – Since April 11 of this spring, the Los Angeles Kings have been the best team in the National Hockey League – perhaps unexpectedly, but without debate. If that trend continues between May Read More

Bob Cole Still Going Strong

By HOWARD BERGER GLENDALE, Ariz. (May 22) – When the subject of hockey broadcasting legends from English-Canada arises, a half-dozen names immediately come to mind: Foster Hewitt, Danny Gallivan, Dan Kelly, Bill Hewitt, Bob Cole and Jim Robson. Others are Read More

Hanzal Gets Off Lightly

By HOWARD BERGER LOS ANGELES (May 17) – There has been nothing at all to celebrate on the ice for the Phoenix Coyotes in Games 1 and 2 of the Stanley Cup Western Conference final, but the club did get Read More

Rangers, Kings Will Play For Cup

By HOWARD BERGER GLENDALE, Ariz. (May 12) – Heading into Saturday night’s deciding game of the Washington – New York Eastern Conference semifinal at Madison Square Garden, I sensed the Rangers may have tempted fate once too often by coming Read More
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