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Pro Ice Hockey - the NHL, the Stanley Cup, and More
All the hockey you need. We track the headlines, follow NHL trade rumors, the Stanley Cup playoffs, provide fantasy hockey news, analysis and opinion, NHL ...
Ice Hockey Rules - Diagrams and pictures illustrating basic ice ...
A collection of pictures and rink diagrams illustrating basic ice hockey rules.
Ice Hockey Rulebook and Basic Regulations - Pro Ice Hockey
If you're new to the game, here is a brief and simple guide to the basic ice hockey rules.
The most misleading hockey numbers - Pro Ice Hockey - About.com
The annual Sloan Sports Analytics Conference took place in Boston in late February and the big takeaway from a hockey perspective is that the NHL is not only ...
How to Bet Hockey - Sports Gambling - About.com
The National Hockey League may rank a distant fourth of the four major sports in the United States, but that hasn't stopped sportsbooks from posting lines on the ...
Play Hockey: A Get-Started Guide for Beginners - Pro Ice Hockey
Playing hockey is the greatest experience in sport. Whether you're strapping on the skates yourself or you're the parent of a new hockey player, here's a ...
History of Fighting in the NHL - Hockey Rules - Pro Ice Hockey
A hockey fight breaks out during an NHL game between the Buffalo Sabres and the Calgary Flames, December 8, 1991. Rick Stewart/Allsport/Getty Images.
Hockey Glossary - learn the language of ice hockey - Pro Ice Hockey
Our hockey glossary helps you understand the colorful language of ice hockey. From the Allan Cup to the Gordie Howe Hat Trick to the Zamboni, we explain it all ...
Icing - The Hockey Glossary - Pro Ice Hockey - About.com
Our hockey glossary helps you understand the colorful language of the world's greatest game. From the Allan Cup to the Gordie Howe Hat Trick to the Zamboni, ...
Quick Look at Ice Hockey History and NHL History - Pro Ice Hockey
Ice hockey as we know it is first played in either Windsor, Nova Scotia, Kingston, Ontario or Montreal, Quebec, depending on who you believe and how you read ...