Stephen Curry honors President Obama with special MLK Day sneakers
The world of fantasy hockey is a busy place, so we’ll review the best and worst performers each week to help you see what you might have missed and learn about emerging trends. Jason Zucker is having a strong January, with five points in six games and 16 points in his last 19 games overall. Zucker would prefer to stay with Minnesota and is putting up the points to earn that spot.
Hayley Wickenheiser, a four-time Olympic gold medallist and Canadian hockey legend, announced her retirement Friday. A few summers ago, Hayley Wickenheiser participated in a summer camp in Cole Harbour, N.S. The camp was run by hockey coach Brad Crossley, well-known for his work with NHLers like Sidney Crosby. After working alongside Wickenheiser on the first day of camp, Crossley went home and told his young hockey-playing daughter about the scrimmage.
The Dallas Stars just cannot get it together. And this afternoon in Buffalo, where the Stars dropped a 4-1 decision to the Sabres, captain Jamie Benn‘s frustrations boiled over. As you can see in the video above, Benn snapped three sticks in total — one on the ice, two while on the bench. It’s worth noting that Benn committed a bad giveaway on the Sabres’ winning goal in the first period. With the Stars on the penalty kill, Benn had a chance to clear the puck. Instead, he put it right on the stick of Jake McCabe, who beat Antti Niemi to make it 2-0 Buffalo. With the loss, the Stars’ record fell to 18-19-8. After 45 games, last year’s Central Division champs find themselves four points back of