Fired Up Parents Proudly Cheer Their Son Trent Frederic's First NHL Fight
The Bruins forward exchanged bombs with the Jets' Brandon Tanev in his NHL debut, and his excited parents fumbled on the celebration with a botched high-five attempt.
Biscuits 70: Grading the Marc-Andre Fleury and Connor Hellebuyck Extensions
Lozo and Down Goes Brown also discuss the passing of Ray Emery, and cast an Ocean's 11 movie with hockey players.
Here's Who Will Play for the Stanley Cup
Down Goes Brown previews Capitals-Lightning and Jets-Golden Knights and predicts which teams will meet in the Stanley Cup Final.
NHL Coaches Have No Idea When to Pull Their Goalies
We saw it again in Game 7 of the Predators and Jets. Give Peter Laviolette credit for yanking Pekka Rinne, but the shaky goalie should have been removed sooner.
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DGB Grab Bag: the Jets are Fun, Introducing the Pilearchy, and the...Golf Channel?
Down Goes Brown takes you through the most important parts of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including David Puddy's return to fire up the Devils.
Down Goes Brown Grab Bag: Winnipeg Records, Deadline Complaints, and Bobby Clarke Cusses
Sean is still salty about the likely lack of activity on trade deadline day, but not as salty as Bobby Clarke was after he got accused of shenanigans after not trading Eric Lindros to Toronto.
Matthews-Laine Is the New Crosby-Ovechkin
We hope the NHL's latest rivalry isn't full of as many terrible narratives as the last one.
Canada Is Making its Hockey Teams Great Again
A funny thing has happened this season: a Canadian hockey rebirth.
Throwback Thursday: When Jets Rookie Deron Quint Scored Two Goals in Four Seconds
Quint tied a record dating back to 1931 for the quickest two goals in NHL history. Winnipeg teammate Teemu Selanne scored four goals that same game.
Jacob Trouba Ends Stalemate with Jets, Rescinds Trade Request
Trouba, who inked a two-year deal with the Jets, had until Dec. 1 to sign or he would have been ineligible to play this season.
Down Goes Brown's Weekend Review: Lightning Drama, Habs Lurking and Jets Need a Miracle
Both the Lightning and Jets—two teams going in opposite directions—have tough decisions to make as the trade deadline nears.
Shane Doan Stares Down the Sunset
Shane Doan's career is winding down. His style of play is becoming harder and harder to find. But his legacy in Phoenix is still just beginning.