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April 18th, 2015
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Islanders Fans Say Goodbye To Their ‘Wonderful Dump,’ Nassau Coliseum

After more than four decades playing in Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum, the New York Islanders will move to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center next season. WNYC’s Jim O’Grady went to the Nassau Coliseum to find out what will be lost.

Only A Blog
April 1st, 2015
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Sports Fans Celebrate In Strange Ways

Bagel-throwing Michigan State basketball fans join the list of sports fans who celebrate in unconventional ways.

Feature
March 28th, 2015

Florida Panthers Teammates Not Only Work Together, They Live Together

Nineteen-year-old Aaron Ekblad and 37-year-old Willie Mitchell are more than just NHL teammates. They’re roommates. Grantland’s Katie Baker tells Bill Littlefield how Ekblad came to live with Mitchell and his wife.

Interview
March 7th, 2015

Former NHL Enforcer On Why Hockey’s Fighters Can’t Find Jobs

Back in the day, every NHL team employed at least one fighting specialist, known as an enforcer. But now the position is becoming extinct. Former Boston Bruins enforcer Terry O’Reilly tells Bill Littlefield why that’s for the best.

In The News
January 31st, 2015

The Best Ever? NHL Goalie Martin Brodeur Retires

NHL goalie Martin Brodeur announced his retirement after 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils and a brief tenure with the St. Louis Blues. The Newark Star-Ledger’s Steve Politi regards Brodeur as the greatest NHL goalie of all time and he joins Bil Littlefield to make the case.

Featured Book
January 10th, 2015

In New Biography, Former NHL Goalie Malarchuk Details Brushes With Death

Former hockey goalie Clint Malarchuk suffered a life-threatening injury in 1989 when his neck was slashed by a hockey skate. Off the ice, he’s struggled with mental health problems since childhood. He writes about both issues in his new book “A Matter of Inches,” which he joins Bill Littlefield to discuss.

In The News
December 20th, 2014

Long, Cold Winter Ahead For Edmonton Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers currently sit dead last in the NHL. The Oilers also possess the league’s longest postseason drought — they haven’t made the playoffs since 2006, when they lost in seven games in the Stanley Cup Finals. Bill Littlefield speaks with John MacKinnon of the Edmonton Journal to find out what’s wrong with the Oilers.

Only A Blog
December 17th, 2014
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Panthers Prevail In NHL-Record, 20-Round Shootout

The Florida Panthers topped the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night after a record shootout that saw players from both teams take multiple attempts before all was said and done.

In Depth
December 13th, 2014

P.K. Subban: Montreal’s Talented, Trash-Talking Star

P.K. Subban is an elite NHL defenseman. Polite off the ice, the 25-year-old loves to talk trash on it. And Subban is one of the few black players in the league. Ben McGrath profiled Subban for the New Yorker and joins us to discuss one of hockey’s brightest young stars.

Interview
December 13th, 2014

Would NHL Be Offsides In Las Vegas?

With an arena under construction and a potential ownership group in place, Las Vegas looks ready for an NHL franchise. But there are some potential snags. Would a local fanbase emerge? And what about the issue of gambling? ESPN’s Scott Burnside joins Bill Littlefield.

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