Goaltending in the NHL is both a premier position and the worst place to play ever.
Looking at butterfly goaltending's history and it's impact on the modern and historical game. And I don't even gush about Patrick Roy!
While hockey legend Jean Beliveau recuperates from a stroke, we look back at another acheivement in his brilliant career.
Jean Beliveaus' presence in front of the crease added to the value of Glenn Hall's innovative butterfly style.
Fifty years ago today, the Montreal Canadiens and Chicago Blackhawks played in what has been described by Red Fisher as one the greatest game he ever witnessed.
Mr Goalie: In which we find what Hall of Famer won Cups for both the Flyers and the Blackhawks and other amazing facts
Jacques Lemaire is (in)famous to modern hockey fans as a coach, but back in the day he was a pretty fair hockey player.
When asked about the next record to fall to Brodeur, Lemaire said: "One hundred and four shutouts? I think it’ll never be broken. Never." Which is what people used to say about Sawchuk’s 103...