Wells Lemiere knew the moment he saw Matty Haverbrooke, he had to have him. Matty was quiet, he was talented, he was beautiful, and Wells couldn’t stay away.
As the youngest and most talented son of the NHL Commissioner, Matty had found the burden of family expectations almost too heavy to carry on even his broad shoulders. He had no intention of getting involved in a relationship with Wells. But the heart he’d given up for dead had other ideas.
Their affair was intense and overwhelming, but when Matty couldn’t bring himself to come out and admit he wanted a public future with the man he loved, Wells had no choice but to honor his vow to live openly…and leave Matty behind.
But then he learns Wells is marrying another, and Matty knows he can’t let that happen. Can he throw down his gloves and embrace his future with both hands? Or will he pull the door to his closet shut once more?
Jenson Monroe is everything you could ask for in a man and in a sports romance hero. He’s kind, caring, compassionate, loving… not to mention, he’s absolutely gorgeous with a model physique and abs even Adam Vay would be jealous of. He’s the best in his profession and his position and it would seem he has no flaws. Oh, and he’s the goalie for Toni Aleo’s fictional Nashville Assassins.
Back in August and September the buzz of the draft and free agency was winding down. It is then time for the next phase of rookie camps and scrimmages. This gives the next wave of players a chance to show the coach their skills and what they can bring to the team following that, the next step is the senior players joining them. That is when the hard calls are made. Who goes back to juniors or the minors or even gets released to free agency? Continue reading Fall to Lord Stanley→
For the longest time Harland Day had known Courtney Williams, but when one day she turns up at his door with some news he’d not expected… No, he had expected it – but did he want to believe her? His father had managed to convince him that the woman he loved was sleeping around, so surely this wasn’t his problem?
The goalie in question is actually Shane Owen of the Fife Flyers in the EIHL.
Owen, 26, has also previously suited up for the Washington Capitals’ AHL team on loan from the South Carolina Stingrays, before coming to play for Fife in the summer of 2016. So there is a somewhat tenuous link between the Canadian netminders.
When I double take a netminder, you know there must be some resemblence. Especially when I double take someone for Holtby.
I’m not going to apologise for something lighthearted and fun in the light of some recent controversies concerning the EIHL, someone needs to break the pattern.
The game in which this photo was taken saw the Fife Flyers win in overtime, beating the Genting Casino Coventry Blaze. The final score was 4-3 to Fife.
Have you come across any other doppelgängers in the hockey world? Send me a tweet @hazelrayson