ST. LOUIS – For the first time in their 95-year history, the Boston Bruins will host a Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Final as they vie for their seventh championship against the St. Louis Blues, who will aim to capture the Stanley Cup for the first time in their 52-year history. The winner-take-all showdown will take place Wednesday at TD Garden in […]Read more "Bruins, Blues set for first Stanley Cup Final Game 7 since 2011"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND — After emerging from hockey exile in Buffalo, Evander Frank Kane has matured into one of National Hockey League’s power forwards and now plays for the San Jose Sharks. Last year, he led the Sharks in the first round of the playoffs against the Anaheim Ducks. He […]Read more "The Power Of The West Coast Goal Brother"
‘BASKETBALL’ THIS!! – POPSICLE BROTHERS NHL 2018 -19 By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN Newsroom PHILADELPHIA PA, OAKLAND CA and NEW HAVEN, CT (www.basnnewsroom.com) There’s an old saying that ‘one picture is worth a thousand words’ – however I prefer the more obscure translation, “every picture tells a story, […]Read more "“BASKETBALL” THIS!!"
I BET YOU! (A BASN Black Paper, continued) By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN Newsroom PHILADELPHIA (www.basnnewsroom.com) Over two years ago, rows of betting machines were lying dormant in parts of Central and Southern New Jersey. After much arm twisting, the road to legal sports betting outside of Las Vegas […]Read more "I BET YOU! (A BASN Black Paper, continued)"
CALGARY — Right wing Jarome Iginla announced his retirement Monday, July 30 at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, ending his career in the city where he played 16 seasons – including nine as captain. Overall, Iginla’s 20-season NHL career spanned from 1996-97 to 2016-17 and saw the power forward appear in 1,554 games with the Calgary Flames, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins, […]Read more "Jarome Iginla: A Career Retrospective"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee, nothing could be better in goal then Sugar Ray Emery.” OAKLAND, CA.– They called Ray Emery the Muhammad Ali of the National Hockey League because he was never reluctant about fighting on the ice. Ray Emery […]Read more "A TRIBUTE TO SUGAR RAY EMERY"
NEW YORK & TORONTO – The Hockey Hall of Fame has announced Tuesday that Willie O’Ree, the first black player ever to play in the National Hockey League, was elected to be inducted as a member of the Class of 2018. O’Ree, who made his NHL debut on Jan.18, 1958, playing for the Boston Bruins against […]Read more "Pioneer O’Ree Selected for Induction into Hockey Hall of Fame"