Professional athletes often have a way of making enormous differences in the lives of their fans, and Alex Ovechkin is definitely not an exception to that. It may be a few years old, but you've got to see this story.
Over the past few years celebrities here in the U.S. have come under fire for mispronouncing or replacing a couple of words while performing "The Star Spangled Banner" but nothing comes close to the performance from a Canadian singer over the weekend.
He might've been trying to toughen the kid up, but I think it's safe to assume coach didn't like the way this opposing player played. Whatever the case, instead of talking with mom and dad he took matters into his on hands -- or in this case foot. A Canadian youth hockey coach was caught on camera blatantly tripping a member of the other team during after-game hand-shakes.
We've all seen it before, the overbearing parents of kids who play sports interfering with the games in one way or the other. Well, one Boston mom attending her sons hockey game, has taken the stereotype of fanatic parent to a whole new level.
The winter holiday season is here. Which means it's time for that annual tradition between minor league hockey teams: The Teddy Bear Toss. Being from Texas, I don't know anything about hockey or the Teddy Bear Toss. In case you're unaware of this annual tradition too, it's when fans bring stuffed animals to the game and throw them on the ice when the home team scores its first goal. (Delay of game penalties have no home here.) The toys are collected and donated to local charity.
Well, there’s one things Canadians aren’t apologetic over and that’s their intense love of hockey. This passion led to riots on the streets of Vancouver Wednesday night when the beloved Canucks lost the Stanley Cup 4-0 to the Boston Bruins.
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