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  1. The Cold Never Bothered Him Anyway

    Katie Baker

    Some coaches mess with sunflower seeds, others chew gum. But as he stalks the bench, Mike Keenan gnaws on shards of ice, as if to toughen up while cooling down. It's a tic he cribbed early in his career from Scotty Bowman, the legendary NHL coac...

    Blog | March 27, 2014
  2. NHL Grab Bag: The Bobby Ryan Truth War that Destroyed America and...

    Sean McIndoe

    Welcome to a weekly grab bag of thoughts and observations from the past few days and/or decades of NHL hockey. The Three Stars of Comedy Recognizing the NHL personalities from around the league who produced the most comedic fodder for fans. Th...

    Blog | January 03, 2014
  3. NHL Grab Bag: #SeaofBoo

    Sean McIndoe

    Welcome to a weekly grab bag of thoughts and observations from the past few days and/or decades of NHL hockey. The Three Stars of Comedy Recognizing the NHL personalities from around the league who produced the most comedic fodder for fans. Th...

    Blog | December 20, 2013
  4. Grantland's Athletes of the Year

    Grantland Staff

    Grantland's writers on their favorite athletes of the year. Cristiano Ronaldo Brian Phillips: As of this writing, Cristiano Ronaldo has, between Facebook and Twitter, 90,992,874 followers. That's more than three times as many as LeBron James. It'...

    Blog | December 20, 2013
  5. A Brief History of NHL Coaches Behaving Badly

    Sean McIndoe

    It's been a rough week for coaches in the world of professional sports. In the NBA, one was fined $50,000 for spilling a drink on the court to get a free timeout. In the NFL, the league is investigating a coach for stepping onto the field and interfe...

    Blog | December 03, 2013
  6. Who's Next for the Hockey Hall of Fame?

    Sean McIndoe

    The Hockey Hall of Fame formally welcomed five new inductees Monday night — players Chris Chelios, Brendan Shanahan, Scott Niedermayer, and Geraldine Heaney, and coach Fred Shero in the "builder" category. With the Class of 2013 now official...

    Blog | November 12, 2013
  7. NHL Grab Bag: Canada's Great Goaltending Crisis Is Upon Us

    Sean McIndoe

    Welcome to a weekly grab bag of thoughts and observations from the past few days and/or decades of NHL hockey. The Three Stars of Comedy Recognizing the NHL personalities from around the league who produced the most comedic fodder for fans. T...

    Blog | October 25, 2013
  8. Great Moments in Goalie Goal-Scoring History

    Sean McIndoe

    Phoenix Coyotes goalie Mike Smith joined an exclusive club Saturday when he did this against the Detroit Red Wings: That makes Smith one of just 11 goalies in NHL history to be credited with a goal, and one of just six to do it by actually sho...

    Blog | October 23, 2013
  9. The 10 Greatest One-Team NHL Players (Ranked!)

    Sean McIndoe

    We're now a few weeks removed from Mariano Rivera's final game at Yankee Stadium, which means most sports fans who watched it have had enough time to stop crying while awkwardly insisting that they're not crying. As a hockey fan, I watched Rivera'...

    Blog | October 09, 2013
  10. This Week in Internet: Mike Ditka Sets Facebook on Fire and We Ca...

    Andrew Sharp

    The Internet is a big place, and it's important to stay current on all the ridiculous things that happen out there. Every Friday, we'll catch you up on what you might have missed. This week, we begin in Chicago. If you spend way too much time on t...

    Blog | August 23, 2013
  11. Paying to Play in Memphis? The Strange Case of Tennessee's Jock T...

    Zach Lowe

    When I first asked Chris Johnson, the lefty shooter from Dayton who signed two 10-day contracts with the Grizzlies last season, about his tax issues in Tennessee, he went into a stock answer about the luxury tax — how he understood Memphis had ...

    Blog | July 19, 2013
  12. The Best Heel Turns in NHL History

    Sean McIndoe

    Daniel Alfredsson's decision to spurn the Ottawa Senators and sign with the Detroit Red Wings was a lot of things. A reminder that anything can happen in pro sports. A shift in the balance of power of one of the league's toughest divisions. A caution...

    Blog | July 17, 2013
  13. The Six Skill Competitions That Could Fix MLB All-Star Week

    Michael Baumann

    Baseball might be the only one of the four major sports in which the All-Star Game is more entertaining than its baggage. The Pro Bowl is awful, a chore so eye-roll worthy that players routinely look for reasons to beg out of a free postseason trip t...

    Blog | July 15, 2013
  14. Were Any Long-Term NHL Contracts a Good Idea?

    Sean McIndoe

    Thanks to Roberto Luongo, Vincent Lecavalier, Ilya Bryzgalov, and Rick DiPietro, the past week of NHL transactions will probably be remembered as the Revenge of the Long-Term Contracts. With Luongo trapped in Vancouver and the other three players rec...

    Blog | July 03, 2013
  15. About Last Night: New York Feeling Melo Again

    Spike Friedman

    In case you were busy discovering something magical, here's what you missed in sports on Tuesday: The New York Knicks blew out the Indiana Pacers, 105-79, behind 32 points from Carmelo Anthony to even their second-round series at a game apiece. ...

    Blog | May 08, 2013
  16. NHL Grab Bag: Adorable Teemu, Cats of the NHL, and Mush March Mad...

    Sean McIndoe

    Welcome to a weekly blog post of thoughts and observations from the past few days and/or decades of NHL hockey. The Three Stars of Comedy Recognizing the three moments or personalities from around the league that produced the most comedic fodder fo...

    Blog | March 22, 2013