Terry Frei is entrenched in Canada as he covers the last few days of the regular season and he was quickly reminded why there are just some things Canadians do better.
Can Sidney Crosby start a Hart streak similar to that of Wayne Gretzky's eight straight trophies in the 1980s? It seems inconceivable, but Terry Frei believes the Penguins' star has a second win in the bag.
After missing the playoffs for the first time in 11 seasons, the Avalanche have been busy restocking their team this offseason, writes Terry Frei.
With the news of Tie Domi's retirement, Terry Frei wonders if this is the end of the NHL enforcer as we know it.
Avalanche GM Pierre Lacroix is living in a fantasyland if he thinks Jose Theodore can be the next Patrick Roy -- or even close, writes Terry Frei.
Steve Moore and Todd Bertuzzi are still living with the ramifications of March 8, 2004. Terry Frei gives us his perspective as the second anniversary approaches.
When the NHL comes back, it should start from scratch with a Re-Launch Draft.
The Stanley Cup should be awarded to the winner of Canada's Allan Cup as the best amateur team.
When George W. Bush visited Canada this week, his agenda included more than just mending fences with Canada.
Nothing in the United States compares to Canada's love affair with hockey. And that's too bad.
An American GM in Canada, Brian Burke is a unique man with a unique view of the NHL.
Will Pat Quinn keep the Leafs "as is" or will he pull of the team's first big deadline deal in eight seasons?
Even with Steve Yzerman on the shelf until January, Las Vegas thinks the Wings will win it all in 2002-03.
Jarome Iginla's consideration as the NHL's MVP is a reason to be thankful hockey is Canada's sport.
As much as he enjoys being one of the game's best, Joe Sakic would prefer to avoid the spotlight.