After the Vegas Golden Knights lost 4 – 3 in game five of the Stanley Cup finals to the Washington Capitals, who as a result lifted their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, Marc-Andre Fleury had the difficult task of facing the media shortly after.
It’s never fun having to talk about a loss, but talking about one where the other side win what every team has fought since October to get makes it all that more tough.
But during his media scrum in the Golden Knights lockeroom, Fleury did something he didn’t need to.
He said sorry for not winning the cup.
Continue reading Marc-Andre Fleury doesn’t need to apologise to anyone
Standing in the corner of the Cresta Court Hotel conference room taking photographs of the 2016-2017 Manchester Storm team, one player caught my eye.
Continue reading Eye of the Storm – Farewell Swinny
So, apparently National Best Friends day is a thing, they’ll celebrate anything nowadays it seems.
But the Cardiff Devils used this day for good use, announcing the return of GB Number 1 Ben Bowns, as well as his trusted backup Thomas Murdy for the 2018/19 EIHL season.
The two British goalies have been partnered together in Cardiff for the past two seasons, while Bowns is entering his fifth year in the Welsh capital.
Continue reading Devils fans can relax with latest signings
We caught up with center man Peter Leblanc during his off season to talk about his career from his NHL draft up until his most successful season with the Fife Flyers.
After what can only be described as an absolute roller-coaster of a game, captain Alex Ovechkin skates across the ice to a tumultuous applause to raise the Stanley Cup for the first time ever.
Continue reading Washington Capitals are Stanley Cup Champions!