On August 3, defenseman Jakob Chychrun underwent successful knee surgery, leaving the Coyotes blueline without him indefinitely. While Arizona will provide an update on Chychrun's status as training camp gets underway September 14, head coach Rick Tocchet said the 19-year-old will play for the Coyotes in the 2017-18 season. He told SiriusXM NHL Network Radio last … Continue reading Chychrun Likely to Play For Coyotes This Season
Hillsborough County commissioners met Thursday morning to discuss moving a confederate statue that's located outside of the Hillsborough County Courthouse which is walking distance from the Tampa Bay Lightning arena.The statue has been controversial for a while and after changing their minds on the issue three times in the past few months, the commissioners have … Continue reading Tampa Bay Lightning Donate to Help Move Confederate Statue
This past weekend in America was so crazy that even the Detroit Red Wings got involved. Among the Confederate and Nazi flags, was a symbol that looked exactly like the team's logo. https://twitter.com/CNN/status/897075269806288897/photo/1 A group known as "The Detroit Right Wings" used the logo and put their own twist on it by incorporating the Nazi … Continue reading The Red Wings Are Forced To Get Political
It's mid-August and Jaromir Jagr is still a free agent. He's recently said a few NHL teams have contacted him, but nothing serious or concrete has emerged. "The most serious negotiations I have are with Kladno. Because Kladno has a smart owner who knows what he wants," joked Jagr, who owns the team in the … Continue reading End of Jagr’s NHL Career?
The Vancouver Canucks are proud supporters of the You Can Play Project. This weekend, a few players attended the 39th Annual Vancouver Pride Parade, where the team had its own float and marched along with those celebrating and supporting the LGBQT+ community. Erik Gudbranson, Troy Stecher, and Jake Virtanen were in attendance at the Pride Parade along with … Continue reading Vancouver Canucks Erik Gudbranson, Troy Stecher, Jake Virtanen attend Pride
Local hockey stars came together yesterday to play in the first ever Chicago Hockey Charity Classic. Big names such as Patrick Kane, Kendall Coyne, and Vinnie Hinostroza headlined the event where all proceeds went to the Special Olympics - Chicago chapter. The game was Team Hinostroza vs. Team Kane and consisted of two 25 minute … Continue reading Catching Up at The Chicago Hockey Charity Classic
Smiles all around this Saturday at Special Olympics Chicago's Chicago Hockey Charity Classic game. Players from every league - young and old - came together this weekend to play for an amazing cause, and here are our photos from the event!(Photos by Alyssa O'Brenski, Puck It Up) Don't forget to read all about how we caught … Continue reading PHOTOS: Chicago Hockey Charity Classic