By Jim den Hollander Editor/Publisher Midwesthockey.info In the years this website has been run the five Midwest-based NHL teams have gone through big changes. The Blackhawks have gone from a rebuilding team to three Stanley Cups and now back to a rebuilding team. The Columbus Blue Jackets had never won a playoff series when
By Jim den Hollander Editor/Publisher Midwesthockey.info Playing primarily for pride, the Kansas City Mavericks denied the visiting Utah Grizzlies a chance to move closer to securing an ECHL Western Conference playoff spot with a 5-2 victory at Cable Dahmer Arena Thursday (May 27). Mavs scored first, Jared Van Wormer (‘92/Traverse City, Mich.) pulling the trigger
The Indy Fuel missed a chance to move a little closer to clinching a playoff spot in the ECHL’s Eastern Division Wednesday (May 26) dropping a 5-1 decision at WesBanco Arena against the host Wheeling Nailers Spencer Watson (‘95/London, Ont.) had the Fuel up with the only goal of the first period but the Nailers
Captain Serious knows when he is needed and he came up big, scoring twice for the Chicago Blackhawks, including the game winner with 76 seconds to play in Edmonton Wednesday (August 5, 2020) against the Edmonton Oilers. Jonathan Toews’ goal, 76 seconds from the final buzzer put the Hawks in front to stay and moved
Courtesy Peoria Rivermen — On Friday, the Peoria Rivermen signed defenseman Marc-Eric Bourque and forward Tommy Cardinal for the 2020-21 season. The signings come days after the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) announced its target start for next season to be mid-late December. 2020-21 Season Tickets are available now by calling (309)-680-3791, or emailing email@example.com to learn more.
After failing to get one past Alex Stalock in the opening contest, the Vancouver Canucks fired its first goal of the series just 24 seconds in against the Minnesota Wild last night (August 4, 2020). A pair of late Kevin Fiala goals made things interesting, but the Canucks held on for a 4-3 edge and